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''I'm not sure I need 30 mph wind in my first tournament back.” – speaking in advance of his first round in the Wells Fargo Championship, his first tournament since he withdrew from the Masters after hurting his back falling down stairs in his rental house
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“I’m extremely happy to block any negative comments. I actually enjoy blocking the sad individuals.” - after he was torched on social media when he recently asked Twitter followers how they mark their practice balls.
3 / 8
''It's not a familiar place I'm in.” – after taking a one-stroke lead into the final round of the Insperity Invitational in search of his first win on the PGA Tour Champions and his firs1t win of any kind since 2004
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“Our history there speaks volumes about not only the course and its ability to host world-class competitions, but also the surrounding area in Melbourne as a destination for our fans and players.” – the PGA Tour commissioner, announcing that the Presidents Cup will return to Royal Melbourne Golf Club in 2019
5 / 8
"No one's beaten me since February.” – jokingly referring to the fact that he had won his last three starts before he withdrew from the Masters with a back injury
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''I felt there was a little bit of a buzz out there.I think it's a great way to bring a more fun element to golf.” – on playing in the inaugural GolfSixes event, a six-hole match-play tournament featuring two-man teams from 16 countries
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''Today we had fun because we are sisters - and we always have fun. She plays so good. I can't believe I beat her today because she's so good.'' – after defeating her older sister, Moriya, in the second round of the Lorena Ochoa Match Play
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"I put a lot into my game the month leading into the Masters. I needed a break. Felt I needed to see my family and spend some good time with them.” – on spending time with his wife and daughter in Sweden
Image of Bryson DeChambeau and how his body has transformed, through the years, from an NCAA champion to becoming a multiple PGA Tour winner.
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