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“Obviously, everybody in this room's aware of the situation. And presidential politics, that is something we don't want to get involved in. We're not here to talk about presidential politics. We're certainly here to focus on this year's PGA Championship, but we have a relationship in terms of our 2017 Senior PGA Championship presented by Kitchen Aid in the Washington, D.C., area and the 2022 PGA Championship at Trump Bedminster. Both of those are scheduled.” - the PGA chief executive officer on why they are not moving future events from Donald Trump golf courses
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“I don't have to worry about it, there's a grandstand there. Thank you, PGA. I appreciate that.” - on his infamous bunker from 2010 being covered up by a grandstand
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“No. Because I know how inaccurate so much of that stuff is. I’m not worried.” - on a Wall Street Journal article on an insider trading investigation
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"I'm just chilling." - on how he was preparing for the PGA
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“It’s little sad that every time we talk about the PGA Championship here it’s like Dustin threw it away. It’s always a little bit that everybody still thinks that he would have won the tournament outright. People talk about that he would have won. He would have been in the playoff.” - on his win in 2010 being overshadowed by Dustin Johnson's rules violation
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Rules official:"It's not fire ants or anything. There's no relief from them. That's a loose impediment there."
Bubba:"OK, but I have a question for you. (Bent over, motioning to ground) Since the
animal - it is an animal, right? You agree with that? It's burrowing. It's digging a hole. <br><br>
So how would it not be - it was either an ant bed, or it's an animal digging a hole. It's
either one or the other. It can't be ... "<br><br>
Rules official:"Well it's not classed as a burrowing animal."
Rules official:"The sand is like a loose impediment."
Bubba:"So even though they dig in the ground, they're not considered burrowing. They're
tunnel-making, is what we're calling them this week. Okay." - explaining to a rules official why he should get relief from an ant hill
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“I’m just going to sit back and I’ll go through it with my team. We’ll talk about it, what I need to do, and see if that’s the right move or not.” - after missing the cut and possibly playing the Wyndham next week
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“I don’t want to have to be a [captain’s] pick. I haven’t been a pick in 20 years.” - on trying to make the Presidents Cup team
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“I got going a little faster than I thought I would. I was surprised how fast I got going.” - on sliding down a hill at Whistling Straits
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“I might take some precautionary measures next time. Maybe wear ankle braces on both ankles. But apart from that, I’m not going to stop doing what I do. I enjoy that part of my life. I enjoy having that normalcy in my life, something that I’ve done since I was a kid and I won’t stop doing that, no.” - McIlroy saying he will continue to play soccer
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“Actually I was happy where the ball was. The spot where I had to have gone [and dropped] would have been much harder. And I hit a very good [second] shot, I picked the wrong line.” - on playing from a hospitality area
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"Luckily that hole looks big recently for us on major weekends, and that's what we just had to keep believing today.”
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