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“There’s no way I could play golf. Enjoyed time at home, took care of the kids, but it was a lot of hard times, for sure … Makes golf less aggravating at times. You realize it's just a game we're playing, but it is what I do. I love to play the game of golf, but also there's a lot of things going on.” – Palmer, on taking time away from the PGA Tour to be with his wife as she battles cancer.
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"The guy shot 77 (in Dubai). That guy can't shoot 77. What does he do the next day? Ah, my back's gone. He knows he can't beat anybody! I told you! He's not going to come out and play, and play poorly." – Perez, on Tiger Woods’ recent struggles with his surgically repaired back.
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"I had an opinion on Tiger, and I said it. No one wants to see Tiger come back, compete and win again more than me. I was the one saying that none of these guys out here today can hold a candle to what Tiger has done or still does. But we're talking about is Tiger gonna play again? I don't know. If the guy can't do a press conference, how's he gonna play golf?" – Perez, clarifying his comments on Woods.
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"I'm getting killed by all these people, but I'm a Tiger fan who wants to see him back playing again. Now I know kind of how Fuzzy Zoeller felt, but I was praising (Woods) and I'm still getting killed by all these people for an opinion I had on our radio show." – Perez, comparing himself to Zoeller, who received criticism and lost endorsement deals over racially insensitive remarks he made about Woods at the 1997 Masters.
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“I don’t talk about players. Ain’t none of my business what they do. If they wanna act stupid, let them act stupid. That’s their business.” – Weekley, on speaking about other players on Tour.
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“It's a crazy. It's a crazy– no, I actually said I was ‘the best golfer of all the rich people,’ to be exact, and then I got a hole-in-one. So it was sort of cool. Thank you. Thank you very much.” – Trump, recalling a time he got a hole-in-one with General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt.
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“I think golf is such a buttoned-up sport that anytime you share an opinion that’s maybe not favorable of anything, people freak out about it. I think it definitely gets over the top. In other sports, there’s guys talking trash all the time, dogging somebody’s play. In golf, you don’t really do that, so I think there’s a little more criticism out here just because of the nature of the game, and kind of what the PGA Tour represents. But I think it’s a little bit unfair, for sure.” – Steele, on players talking about each other.
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“Walking to my car at PGA National and got asked by a man if I worked with valet. Before I could answer he hands me the keys.” – Poston, on Twitter, saying he was mistaken for a valet at the Honda Classic.
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"The USGA essentially doesn't like me doing it. I'm pretty much done with it. They're not a good organization, and you can quote me on that. I'm part of their family and as family it's very frustrating to see them stunt the growth of the game." – DeChambeau, on his recent switch back to a conventional putting stance.
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“He signed a $100 bill which my wife actually spent one time. It was in the safe. She didn’t realize it was actually signed by Arnie, so it’s out there somewhere.” – Poulter, talking about the time his wife spent a $100 bill that was signed by Arnold Palmer.
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"It was, quite simply, a round of golf. Golf was our common ground, nothing else … to be called a fascist and a bigot by some people because I spent time in someone's company is just ridiculous. I hope, to some degree, this clarifies my decision to accept the invitation." – McIlroy, explaining his round with president Donald Trump.
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“I was wearing Calvin Kleins. Hopefully, I looked good. I’ve been going to the gym.” – Stefani, on stripping down to his underwear to play a shot at the Honda Classic.
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