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"There's really nothing I can look forward to, nothing I can build towards. It's literally just day by day and week by week and time by time. … Where is the light at the end of the tunnel? I don't know." – Tiger Woods, in advance of the Hero World Challenge, when asked about his return to competitive golf.
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"I'm [angry] that he doesn't have 28 majors. I'm sick to my stomach. I would like to say something to him, just 45 minutes to an hour. He's very fixable and can get back to winning. He'll never ask me, but he's not through yet unless he keeps doing what he's doing. If he talked to somebody who had a back issue he might get something out of it." – Rocco Mediate, who had back surgery in 1994, on wishing Tiger Woods would confer with him.
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"Wishing my idol and friend a speedy recovery. Golf without him doesn't bear thinking about. Hope to see you back on the course soon." – Rory McIlroy, in a post to Instagram, wishing for a world in which Tiger Woods was playing.
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“I kidded with him because based on the media reports I read before I came down here this morning I thought he had actually died. I told him, ‘Tiger, I thought you were supposed to be dead.’” – PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem, upon greeting Tiger Woods at the Hero World Challenge.
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"Put it this way. It’s not what I want to have happen, and it’s not what I’m planning on having happen. But if it does, it does. I’ve reconciled myself to it. It’s more important for me to be with my kids. I don’t know how I could live with myself not being able to participate in my kids’ lives like that." – Tiger Woods, again, in a sit-down interview with Time Magazine’s Lorne Rubenstein, on how he would feel if he never returned to competitive golf.
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"She’s one of my best friends. We’re able to pick up the phone, and we talk to each other all the time. We both know that the most important things in our lives are our kids. I wish I would have known that back then." – Tiger Woods, again, in the Time Magazine interview, commenting on his relationship with ex-wife Elin Nordegren.
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"I've still got a bit of time before I have to advise the officials at Augusta National, but I am leaning toward a Texas-like barbecue. So it will be a choice of Texan meats as my main meal choice." – 2015 Masters champion Jordan Spieth, on what he plans to serve at the champions’ dinner in April at Augusta.
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“It's certainly a huge change to your routines and everything, but I think nine months in and tried a few things here and there, it will all settle down and work well going into next year. I mean, lots of guys have played very successfully with kids, so I don't see that holding me back.” – Adam Scott, on a transitional 2015 that included caddie and equipment changes as well as the birth of his first child.
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“I was too afraid to fly with it. I was so afraid driving around with it I kept checking the locks on my doors.” – Zach Johnson’s caddie Damon Green, who got to take the claret jug home with him for Thanksgiving.
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