1 / 10
“Are you kidding me? All of that for THAT?” – on taking his shoes off, pulling up his pant legs, playing his ball from the hazard, getting mud all over himself, leaving the ball in the hazard, and making quadruple-bogey 7.
2 / 10
“I don't know the feeling of trying to hold No. 1 because now you're the one with the target and everyone else is chasing towards that position. But again, it can change in two weeks’ time, so I'm aware of that. And that bit of fear on the back end of it is enough to get me going and to keep working hard.” – on playing his first event as world No. 1.
3 / 10
“I've reached that peak already, and I know it's going to be close enough to where if I just get the job done next week, I'll be back in that ranking. That ranking, it's great once you reach it, but it's not something that I'm going to live or die on each week.” – on losing his top ranking in his very first start at No. 1.
4 / 10
“I think Tiger [Woods] and Phil [Mickelson] would be real honest with me on that one.” – on whether or not he’d accept one of the final qualifying spots for his own Ryder Cup team.
5 / 10
“I wanted to know where she was at mentally and physically. I went with my gut. I really believe in her. The team believes in her. I think she’s earned the right to prove herself, and I wanted to give her a shot to do that.” - on selecting Paula Creamer as one of her two Solheim Cup captain’s picks.
6 / 10
“Face paint, the rah rah, I mean, I like a little rah rah. It’s great, the teamsmanship, but I think sometimes it can go over the edge. I think we just need to play golf and maybe be a little more humble.” - on U.S. team's collective attitude at the Solheim Cup.
7 / 10
“Gaining full eligibility to play on both Tours – the PGA Tour and the European Tour – is a challenge. When coordinating my 2014-15 schedule I was forced to plan with a certain degree of risk. Unfortunately I have not been able to reach my goals on the PGA Tour for this season. I certainly accept and acknowledge the regulations of the PGA Tour.” - on losing his PGA Tour status for 2015-16.
8 / 10
“I had some issues growing up where I was very angry at the world and at the golf, and so I've tried to get better at that. Over the past few years, I've grown up, I guess you'd say, and my thinking, my processes, either I'm getting better as a person or I'm just tired of hitting bad shots on the golf course. So I'm thinking better.” - after taking the outright lead at The Barclays through 36 holes.
9 / 10
"Bubba needs to hit a lot of drives because he can't really hit it that far. So he needs to get it out there. Obviously a different issue for me.” – on strategy off the tee at Plainfield Country Club layout.
10 / 10
“I put winning the FedEx Cup below a major championship. I don't think anybody holds it to the same level necessarily as far as players. I don't know exactly where I put it. It's something that obviously everybody wants to win, there's no doubt about it.”
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