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"I am incredibly honored to receive the Payne Stewart Award. I was fortunate enough to know Payne as a colleague and friend, and I always admired the character and spirit he brought to the game of golf." – on receiving the Payne Stewart Award, which is presented annually to a professional golfer who best exemplifies Stewart's steadfast values of character, charity and sportsmanship. (Getty Images)
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“I hope I will be a bit sleepy so I won’t feel the pressure. It’s going to be quite exciting and I’m just going to try to concentrate on the shot. It will be hard, but I’m going to try to do it.” – the Brazilian golfer on hitting the first tee shot in the Olympics. (Getty Images)
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“I would have loved it to be something a little bit different. Maybe not doubles, but maybe a singles and mixed double event. You wouldn’t need two weeks, maybe five days to mix it up.” – on mixing up the format for the men’s Olympics. Who knows, maybe they’ll listen and adjust in 2020. (Getty Images)
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“I have had a very warm welcome from fellow U.S. athletes and other athletes from around the village, almost thanking me for being here. It’s a really cool feeling to see them reaching out. Not just from the U.S., from other countries as well.” – on the reception he felt at the Opening Ceremony. Fowler was the only one of the four Americans who qualified for the men’s competition who attended the Opening Ceremony. (Getty Images)
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“If you see the other athletes, how much work that they put into this week, and the love that they have for their sport, it's a completely different approach of playing your sport right now. You gain so much respect for the other athletes and you see your sport a little bit different, too.” (Getty Images)
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“It’s a difficult one, really, The [International Olympic Committee] want the Olympic champions to be champions in a mainstream sport, not in some format that the sport otherwise never uses. … “What you might see is some changes in format. We’ll be looking at that.” – the International Golf Federation president on golf in the Olympics going forward. (Getty Images)
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"Definitely one of those icing-on-the-cake moments. When you're the first to do anything, no one can ever take that away from you, whatever it is. That was definitely a cool moment." – on becoming the first person to ever make a hole-in-one in Olympic golf history - a 7-iron from 189 yards on the par-3 fourth hole on Thursday. (Getty Images)
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"The reality is incredible. The reality hasn't sunk in yet. Firstly, it's heavier than I expected, so I've kind of got a forward lean going on." – on winning the gold medal. (Getty Images)
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“I can’t explain to you the pride that I feel now – just busting out of my chest…just to make an Olympics, and then to medal, is amazing.” – on winning the bronze medal after a 63 on Sunday. (Getty Images)
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“It wasn't the best timing to have that happen, but I had my physio come out and he could loosen it up a little bit. I think it just potentially put me out of rhythm a little bit.” – on his back that ‘locked up’ on the 13th hole. Stenson finished second, two strokes behind Rose, to claim the silver medal. (Getty Images)
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