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"If I hang around you guys much longer, I'll never break 100." - during his Tuesday practice round with Phil Mickelson and Bryson DeChambeau, after listening to their scientific speak.
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“As we do every year, and historically forever, we are always looking at options for numerous of our holes ... As a consequence, 13 is one of those holes we are studying. We have made no decision whatsoever.” - on rumors that Augusta National is lengthening the par-5 13th.
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"It might have been the hardest shot I've ever had to hit, trying to follow them. To see Justin make it in his first time here, and Rickie after that ... it was fun to be a spectator today." - on watching Justin Thomas and Rickie Fowler record back-to-back aces during the par-3 contest.
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"Obviously golf is tough, and it’s a fine line, especially at this place. It can go either way, and it definitely can go to the other way, the high-number way, a lot easier than it can the low.” - Only 1 over for the day on the 13th tee Thursday, Fowler made a triple-bogey 8 on the and dropped four more shots coming home for an opening 80 at the Masters.
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"I couldn't putt with a stick. When you have snakes and stuff going up in your brain, it's difficult." - on six-putting the first hole in his first round on Thursday. He made a nine en route to an 80.
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“I wasn’t nervous at all." - on playing alongside defending champion Jordan Spieth during the first two rounds of the Masters. The amateur held his own, going even-par across the first 36 holes.
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“I’m glad I don’t have to play that hole again. I’m glad I do not have to hit 5-irons and 3-woods out there. I just can’t hit it far enough to compete.” – on his final competitive Masters.
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“I was hoping the ball would stop so I could put my coin back on it. ... If it starts rolling, you have to play it from where it finishes and obviously I didn't have my scuba gear to play it from the water.” - when his wedge shot to 13 feet into the 13th green rolled off the green and into the water. Horschel went on to post 1-over 73.
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“I wouldn’t say it was unfair. I would say that, have fun getting put on the clock at 11 of Augusta, and then play 11 and 12 rushing with gusting winds. It’s not fun. It’s not fun at all." - on getting put on the clock in Round 2.
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“We’re not playing tennis or soccer or football where it all comes down to speed and strength. Golf is a lot more about knowing yourself and your technique. Just thinking your way around the golf course and then execution. There’s still other ways of doing it.” - on how Langer, at 58, was able to stay in contention this week at the Masters.
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“Probably go break something really quick, have dinner and watch a movie. I’ll be fine. It’s tough. I’m not exactly sure what I’ll do yet." - after finishing bogey, double bogey in Round 3 of the Masters.
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“I think it can happen, but especially with the way things have changed in media and just the lack of ability to stay private. If someone wins the first three majors, it’s going to be very difficult to show out the noise by the fourth and still play your own game.” - on his belief that a player can win the single season grand slam.
Image of Bryson DeChambeau and how his body has transformed, through the years, from an NCAA champion to becoming a multiple PGA Tour winner.
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