'Hes used to hitting people inside the ropes, not outside the ropes.' -- Golf Channel TV analyst Nick Faldo on celebrity golfer Oscar De La Hoya at the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic.
'I don't think Morgan likes to play golf that much anymore. She has enough by watching me and her dad. -- Sergio Garcia, about playing golf with his new girlfriend Morgan, the daughter of Greg Norman.
'No, I haven't had my wife on the bag -- no, don't start me there.' -- Colin Montgomerie, responding to the fact that Chris DiMarco was using his wife as a caddie at the European Tour event in Abu Dhabi.
It has just been phenomenal. What I have taken away is how the people here are so proud of their country and they want to show you everything. They want to make you feel welcome.' -- Juli Inkster, on her impressions of South Africa at the Women's World Cup in Sun City.
'Losing the (2006 U.S.) Open obviously hurt, but losing the PGA (Championship) in 2001 hurt, losing the Masters a number of years hurt, and losing the U.S. Open in 2004 making double on 17 hurt. That's part of the game. -- Phil Mickelson, answering questions on how he's coping with his devastating collapse on the 72nd hole at Winged Foot last year.
I wasn't done grieving, nowhere near it. Similarly, I should have taken a break from golf after the Ryder Cup, because my heart wasn't really in it after that. The K Club was a great success from any angle you care to look at it, but it took a hell of a lot out of me.' -- Darren Clarke, on the recovery process after losing his wife, Heather, to cancer last year.
'I have never done so well in a final round in my career. What happened out there on the course was beyond my expectations.' -- Paul Casey, after firing a final-round 65 to win the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship in Qatar.
'Unfortunately I said, 'Good shot.'' -- Charley Hoffman, on his comment to his playoff opponent, John Rollins, after Rollins' tee shot eventually found a fairway bunker.
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