The champion is speaking to all sorts of media now. Here's some more from him.
"I told my caddy on the last five holes that we probably needed five birdies to have a chance and two was enough to get in a play-off and get my first win and to do it against Kaymer it feels unbelievable.
"I just tried to hit the fairway which I wasn't even close to doing and just seeing him splitting the fairway felt, 'okay, I'm not going to win on his mistake, I need to do a birdie'.
"I had a perfect yardage on the last shot there and a good lie, thankfully. It was a little bit lucky but I hit it great. It felt nice."