From the inaugural Augusta National Women's Amateur to a fantastic story about Phil Mickelson, enjoy this edition of Quotes of the Week.
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“That's the kind of player she is; she'll do that when she has to. That's one of the things I admire and respect most about her. She's not afraid of going for it. She's not afraid to be great, and that's what makes her great.” – Maria Fassi, after dueling with Jennifer Kupcho down the stretch at Augusta National.
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“I think both of us wanted to send the message that golf is about having friends, and to be out there with her, we were cheering each other on, and that’s how golf is supposed to be.” – Jennifer Kupcho, on her friendly rivalry with Maria Fassi at Augusta National.
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"It’s gonna suck." – Jennifer Kupcho, on heading back to Wake Forest next week after winning the Augusta National Women's Amateur.
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“He was asking me a bunch of questions, giving me a few tips. He said, ‘You have Florida behind you, and give me a call if you ever need anything.’” – Sierra Brooks, on getting tips on how to play Augusta National from Florida Governor Ron DeSantis before the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur.
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“That’s what women’s golf should look like every Sunday on the last group,” Fassi said. “I know that’s the way I want it to be for the rest of my life.” –Maria Fassi, after finishing runner up at the Augusta National Women’s Amateur to Jennifer Kupcho.
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“I think this is probably my last year. I think this year is a good time to end … “I just kind of wanted to ride off into the sunset.” – Juli Inkster, after missing the cut at the ANA Inspiration, saying that while she’s not officially retiring, she feels like it’s time to finally end her run as a full-time player this season.
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"So I walked over to him. I was like, 'Hey Phil, you owe me f---ing $29.99! ... For wasting four hours of my life with the s---iest golf I've ever seen! You guys hype this whole thing up about this big match? You guys couldn't even make three birdies between the two of you? I want my $29.99 and apologize to me for some s--- golf!' He pulls out a wad ... and grabs a $100 and he's like, 'Yeah, I won 90,000 of these yesterday. Take $100 and go f--- yourself.' Right in my face." – Country singer Jake Owen, telling the story of when he got completely owned by Phil Mickelson at Jordan Spieth’s wedding.
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“I had a little meltdown for about three minutes. But it didn’t last. I had to gather myself pretty quickly. I was on a time crunch, and I had to figure things out. I think I handled it pretty well.” – Annie Park, after carding a first-round 76 at the ANA Inspiration with a mish-mash set of clubs after her clubs were stolen out of her car the night before.
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"I didn't choke … it wasn't like I got here and the moment got the best of me. It was like, no, I just legitimately had this thing wrong with my swing," Spieth said. "When the pressure was on that day, I was hitting the ball horribly. ... But it wasn't because it was Sunday at Augusta … And unfortunately, that's not the way it can be or would be looked at, no matter what I say or who I say it to." – Jordan Spieth, on the insinuation he choked under pressure after blowing a five-shot lead with nine holes to play at the 2016 Masters.
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"I know I made a mistake on 7 and, you know, didn't give [Kuchar] time to say 'that's good,' even though, obviously, we all know in our minds that it was good because it was a short putt," Garcia said. "But at the end of the day, I made a mistake and he unfortunately didn't know how to make up for what happened. But it's all good. We're all good." – Sergio Garcia, clearing the air with Matt Kuchar in the aftermath of a controversial incident between the two players at the WGC-Match Play.
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“The fact that I’m upright after two days is a big win for me.” – Michelle Wie, after missing the cut in her return from injury at the ANA Inspiration.
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“It gave me a tear. It was very cool to see all the pieces come together. … Today is a little wave of something big, not just in women’s golf but for all women.” – Annika Sorenstam, after hitting one of the opening tee shots before the final round of the Augusta National Women’s Amateur.
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“It’s a feeling I can’t describe.” – Jennifer Kupcho, after her historic win at the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur.
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