1 / 10
“Not saying it will, but at the same time, don’t be surprised if it does. This is the logical choice.” – Golf Channel insider Rosaforte, on the possibility of Tiger Woods returning at the Wells Fargo Championship May 5-8 at Quail Hollow.
2 / 10
“Nothing has changed as of now. There is no timetable.” – Tiger Woods’ manager, Steinberg, responding to the reports that Woods is nearing a return to action.
3 / 10
"I think that's a shame for the game of golf." – Nicklaus, on top players, including Adam Scott, skipping the Olympics.
4 / 10
“That’s very, very sad, cause I would’ve given anything as a young man to have an opportunity to represent my country and possibly win a gold medal.” – Player, captain of the South African team, on top players, including South Africa’s own, Louis Oosthuizen, skipping the Olympics.
5 / 10
“[Smylie Kaufman] is my spirit animal.” – Spieth, on Twitter, during his trip to the Bahamas with Kaufman, Rickie Fowler, and Justin Thomas.
6 / 10
“Let’s be real, [Smylie Kaufman] was the MVP. Just a dominating performance from start to finish.” – Thomas, on Twitter, reflecting on his trip to the Bahamas with Rickie Fowler, Jordan Spieth and Smylie Kaufman.
7 / 10
“After seeing all these snapchats over the last few days... Maybe I should have taken @RickieFowler up on the invite!” – McIlroy, on Twitter, expressing his regret over skipping the bro-down in the Bahamas with Rickie Fowler and Jordan Spieth.
8 / 10
"I'm still first loser. I'm tired of finishing in second and top five and top 10. I need to close out tournaments and get Ws." – Reed, after finishing runner-up to Charley Hoffman at the Valero Texas Open.
9 / 10
“You look at what Lydia Ko’s doing, and why isn’t she on the cover?” – Inkster, on Golf Digest putting Paige Spiranac on the cover of its May magazine.
10 / 10
“You look across other platforms, I feel like people are starting to take notice of us as players and us as athletes, but Golf Digest seems to be the anomaly” – Lewis, on Golf Digest putting Paige Spiranac on the cover of its May magazine.
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