1 / 10
''Experience is huge. Very few players are lucky enough like I am to have a career as long as I've had and be competitive as long as I've been competitive. Having that experience and being competitive, it's an advantage.” – the 39-year-old veteran after making the Lotte Championship her 19th LPGA title
2 / 10
''I'm 30, I'm getting old out here.” – after shooting 66 to share the first-round lead in the Lotte Championship
3 / 10
“I’m playing golf like I really don’t care, to be honest.” – on trying not to think about the fact he needs to earn $145,000 in his next two PGA Tour starts or lose his PGA Tour status
4 / 10
"I didn't even think about it until after I shot 10 under [on Friday] that turtles are really good luck for me. They always have been. I went swimming with the turtles on Friday afternoon and I inadvertently touched one. The patrols are out there so that you don't harm them, but it kind of swam at me and I touched it, and it was really, really good luck." – on a good-luck assist in winning the Lotte Championship
5 / 10
''It's never fun to be sitting at home. But in a way, it motivates you. It gets the fire under you and you get a little bit more inspired.' – after missing the Masters, for which he was not eligible
6 / 10
''That's the kid I'm giving it to.'' – on deciding whom to give the ball he had just made a hole-in-one with in the final round of the Masters. Kuchar chose Owen Lockaby, a 10-year-old from Bradenton, Fla., after noticing the youngster’s Sam Snead-style straw hat with an Arnold Palmer button. Lockaby’s mother said she got Owen the hat ''because I thought it might get him noticed for some autographs.''
7 / 10
''One thing I never want to have to do again is watch a major from my couch.'' – on missing the Masters after injuring his back slipping on a staircase in his Augusta, Ga., rental home
8 / 10
“I gave him every out I possibly could have at the 2007 Open. I was as polite as I could and was as generous as I could be, but he was a very sore loser. And he continued to be a very sore loser. Clearly, after that, we have had a very sticky [relationship].” – on Sergio Garcia
9 / 10
''Any time one of those guys gets that huge monkey off their back, I think it makes it a poignant major championship.” – on Sergio Garcia finally winning his first major
10 / 10
''Obviously this is something I wanted to do for a long time but, you know, it never felt like a horror movie. It felt like a little bit of a drama maybe, but obviously with a happy ending.'' After finally braking through at the Masters after years of major disappointment.
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