1 / 10
“I never won a major. Tiger won 14. But would I trade my career for Tiger’s? No.”
2 / 10
“If I throw a putter, it’s going to be in two pieces, not one. And it’s going to be 50 yards in the lake, not 5.” – claiming his toss of a putter into a lake at the Allianz Championship was accidental, and that he meant to toss the club to his caddie
3 / 10
''I want to win this tournament. Whether I get to No. 1 or not doesn't affect me at all.'' After taking the 36-hole lead in the Genesis Open
4 / 10
“It’s fun to make some putts.” – on her initial results after abandoning her “table-top,” exaggeratedly bent-over-putting stance and adopting a claw grip
5 / 10
''It was my first tournament back. I think there are a lot of positive things to look at rather than thinking 'hey, I shot over par.''' After shooting 2 over par in the Women’s Australian Open, her first tournament with a new coach and new clubs
6 / 10
"Golf at the end of the day is not just sport. It is also entertainment, and we have to face up to it that we are in the entertainment business.” – the European Tour CEO, who has pledged to bring innovative ideas to the tour
7 / 10
“I don’t need to compete against my grandfather’s career. Nobody can. I don’t care how many golf tournaments you win, nobody’s going to compete in the terms of doing what he did for the game. And for me to try to promote my own brand or name would be foolish because I have such a great opportunity to promote and to continue what he has already done. That’s what I’m going to do and not make it about myself.” – after taking the lead in the Genesis Open, 50 years after his grandfather, Arnold Palmer, won the tournament for the third time
8 / 10
''He flew out here and got to see one of his doctors. 'Based on the work they did the last couple of days, they advised he just stay horizontal.” – Tiger Woods’ agent on why Woods changed his original decision to play the Genesis Open
9 / 10
''He's a nice player and the people love him - and I love him, too.'' – on Fred Couples
10 / 10
“I've just been hitting it off the map.” – after hitting just 4 of 14 fairways in a second-round 70 in the Genesis Open
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