Quotes of the Week


'I think this is a new start for him. Not a comeback. Not a cameo. This is a new start in the rest of his career.' – Sean Foley, on Tiger Woods’ appearance at this week’s Frys.com Open.

'I've done all the legwork. Now it's time to play.' – Tiger Woods, ready to tee it up on Tour for only the ninth time in 2011 at the Frys.

'It feels great to have the first win.' – Rickie Fowler, after notching his first professional victory at the Korea Open.

'Because he's Tiger Woods. It's a no-brainer, isn't it?' – Joe LaCava, on his decision to leave Dustin Johnson’s bag and become the Woods’ full-time looper.

“Winning is a pretty important component, but I’ve seen it change with increased interest in his marketability without his winning yet.” – Mark Steinberg, on the marketability of Tiger Woods in light of his new endorsement deal with Rolex.

'I was kind of screwed if I didn't pull that thing off. That's why I'm sitting here.' – Rocco Mediate, on winning the Frys.com Open last year which ultimately earned him a two-year exemption on Tour.

“(Three) Apples that changed the world: the one that Eve ate, the one that fell on Newton's head & the one that Steve built. Godspeed Steve Jobs.” – Jason Gore, in a tweet Wednesday after news broke that Apple founder Steve Jobs had passed away following a lengthy bout with pancreatic cancer at age 56.

'I want to miss Q-School as much as the rest of the guys.' – Bud Cauley, who left school early from Alabama this summer because he thought he was ready for the PGA Tour. He needs to make roughly $300,000 more this year to secure his Tour card for 2012. 

“It never interested me to play in America in the beginning.”  – Charl Schwartzel, on how much time he committed to golf in 2011, being both full-time members of the European and PGA Tours.