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“I feel like my game is up there to win a major, and I need to”
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“I will use this time to seek professional help for personal challenges I have faced.” - Johnson in a statement issued by his management company
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“We will certainly miss Dustin Johnson at Gleneagles, and we wish him the best. As one of the longest hitters in the game with an undefeated record of 3-and-0 at Medinah in 2012, he has clearly been an asset for the United States team.”
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"All I heard was personal reasons. You guys probably know more than I do ... I've been his partner in the Presidents Cup in Australia. The firepower that he has is pretty impressive." - on Dustin Johnson's leave of absence from professional golf.
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“It stinks. It really, really stinks. When he’s playing good, he’s got the game that it frankly doesn’t matter what kind of golf course it is, he can do well. I also think he has – I don’t want to say he has an intimidation factor, but to some individuals he might in the sense that he can overpower courses.” - on Dustin Johnson's leave of absence from professional golf.
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“Dustin and I are close, it’s tough to hear... He’s the type of guy the Tour needs. He’s a guy’s guy. A lot of the guys love him out here. Hopefully he’ll get it together and do what he needs to do to get back out here and be successful.” - on Dustin Johnson's leave of absence from professional golf.
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“Is that right? Oh, wow. That’s a quick slap in the face... Yeah, that’s a big loss. He’s one of our horses, one of our best players, and a guy that’s having a really good year. He’s been solid on that team for a long time.” - on Dustin Johnson's leave of absence from professional golf.
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“I’m just hoping for all the best for him. I haven’t been in touch with him... We’ll miss him out here but hopefully get him back soon.” - on Dustin Johnson's leave of absence from professional golf.
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"I didn't grow up wanting to lead a normal life. I grew up wanting to win major championships."
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“They got the biggest and heaviest trophy. That might be the biggest difference. It looked good next to Keegan’s TV.” - on what makes the PGA Championship different than the other majors.
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“Not many guys have finished top five in the first three (majors). I'm the only one this year so that's pretty cool”
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“I would like to win these two events and not have to worry about anything” - on making the FedEx Cup playoffs and Ryder Cup.
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“So who knows if Tiger will even win a 15th major, when you think he’s got to beat the likes of Rory McIlroy and people like that. It will be unbelievable if he can win a 15th major, though. I personally think it will be the greatest achievement in his career if he can win a 15th major.”
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“I'm not going to lie to you, it's not my favorite golf course in the world” - on Valhalla G.C., host of the 2014 PGA Championship.
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“It happened on the second hole when I hit my second shot, I fell back into the bunker… I just jarred it, and it’s been spasming ever since… It’s just the whole lower back… I don’t know what happened.” - after withdrawing from the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational
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"And most of the people I talked to who have had the procedure (microdiscectomy) have no idea how I'm even back here playing"
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“I don’t know... Just trying to get out of here.” - on playing the PGA Championship
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