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"It's pretty much like putting on broccoli." - speaking Friday about Chambers Bay's greens
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"This is the dumbest hole I’ve ever played in my life." - after making a double bogey on the par-4 18th on Friday
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"I think 18 as a par 4 doesn’t make much sense. ... I thought it was a dumb hole today, but I think we’re going to play it from there again, so I’ve got to get over that.' - doubling down on his comments after the round.
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"This has been the most unpleasant golf tournament I've seen in my life. I mean the man who designed this golf course had to have one leg shorter than the other." - before referring to Chambers Bay as "a tragedy"
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“Short-term suffering for long-term gain. I've done this before when I've made changes in the past, I've struggled through it. I've come out on the good side.” - on Tuesday, before the start of the U.S. Open
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“On a golf course like this you get exposed and you have to be precise and dialed in. Obviously I didn't have that. Obviously I need to get a little better for the British Open and I'll keep working at it.” - on Friday, after missing the cut at 16 over with rounds of 80-76
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"When they get dry, they roll very smooth." - speaking Wednesday about Chambers Bay's greens
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"Waiting 30 minutes? I mean, this is pathetic professional golf." - on his wait to hit his approach shot to the 18th hole on Thursday
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"To have to play Mickey Mouse golf to try to make par unfortunately is a bad way to end the day." - on three-putting for bogey at the 18th hole on Friday
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"It’s like playing the NBA Finals on a court with holes and slopes and no backboard." - his assessment of Chambers Bay, following a third-round 70 on Saturday.
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“I don’t think they’re as green as broccoli. I think they’re more like cauliflower.” - in disagreement with Henrik Stenson
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I've lost a little respect for the USGA this week. - after being visibly upset about the bumpiness of the greens in his final-round 67.
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"If they can come back in about 20 years' time, I'd be OK with that." - on the U.S. Open possibly returning to Chambers Bay (he would be 46)
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