The top quotes from the week in golf, featuring Hank Haney's Twitter pivot to Tiger Woods.
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"Amazing how @tigerwoods has become the moral authority on issues pertaining to women. I spent six great years coaching Tiger, and not one time did he ever hear me utter one sexist or racist word. Now, in addition to being a 15 time major champion, I guess he thinks he's also a mind reader? #glasshouses" – in response to Woods’ comments that Haney deserved his radio suspension
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“In the end it’s almost like I didn’t want to get up in the morning. This happens because the problems you see in your head are so much bigger than they are in reality. They take over your mind. You can ask all the people in the world but in the end, if your mind doesn’t respond, all of that is just noise. You need to take responsibility for what you’re thinking. … My tool was having those conversations with the mirror. Those conversations were not made up. They happened.” – on his battle with depression
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“Every time you met somebody, that was the only thing they asked you about,” Bjorn said. “In the end, it gets you.” – on his battle with depression
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“I have great respect for Claude, both as an instructor and friend, and appreciate all he has done to further my career. He has undoubtedly helped me reach many of my goals.” – announcing his split from swing coach Claude Harmon
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“I really haven’t had a coaching change.” – days after announcing the split
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"The kid had to go to the bathroom. It wasn't like he was winning the thing. So would it really have killed you to let him finish?"—on his son Skyler being disqualified from U.S. Open sectional qualifying for going to the bathroom and not promptly turning in his scorecard
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“I could care less what happens,” he said. “I just want to feel good going into next week. As long as I can leave feeling confident, striking the ball very well, starting it where I want to, finishing where I want to, hitting some good putts ... it doesn’t matter if they do go in or not. I just want to feel confident leaving.” – on his mindset going into the RBC Canadian Open ahead of next week’s U.S. Open
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“He told me 60. I said, ‘OK, I guess I’ll go after that.’” – his conversation with the Druid Hills starter on the course record prior to firing 15-under 57
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