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“It will be great to return to Phoenix. … The crowds are amazing and always enthusiastic. And the 16th hole is pretty unique in golf. Torrey is a very important place to me. My pop took me there when I was younger, and I have a lot of special memories of watching the Tour play there when I was growing up.” – on his decision to open his 2015 campaign with back-to-back starts at the Waste Management Phoenix Open and Farmers Insurance Open
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“One hundred pushups… He’s going to be sore going into Sony.” – on a wager he has with Jason Day on the College Football National Championship
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''I want the No. 1 spot. And the only way for me to get the No. 1 spot is to win. Unfortunately for me, I've only won twice. But I still feel like I'm young in my career. I'm 27. This is my eighth season on Tour. Back in the day, they used to say young guys were in their 30s. Now it's in your 20s, which is true. But my goal is to get to the No. 1 spot, and I know I can only do that if I win, and win consistently.''
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“Love this! Paid to play not answer questions ... I don’t know ML but seems like he marches to the beat of his own drum, isn’t defined by what other people think. I respect that in a person.” – on Marshawn Lynch's decision to answer every question in a postgame press conference with, "I'm thankful."
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"(TaylorMade) made a great offer, but it wasn't the right time or fit for me to sign a deal," he said. "My focus is on playing the best golf I can." – on his decision to play the 2014-15 PGA Tour season without an equipment sponsor
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“I’m a Tiger Woods fan. I have not talked to Tiger since the accident. He went in a different direction. I’m not upset by that, (but) I’m disappointed. … I understand that situation; I’m disappointed. But that was a thing in his life. He has to handle that how he handled it. I try not to ever be a Monday morning quarterback. That night changed his life forever. He chose to handle that, to just sever his friends and I have to accept that. ... I really want him to break Jack Nicklaus’ record. ... I think Tiger Woods is the greatest golfer who ever lived. He’s always treated me with respect and dignity, and I feel like the same.”
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“Stuart wasn't covering heroes & champions, it was the other way around. Thinking of my friend & his daughters.” – on the passing of ESPN anchor Stuart Scott after a long battle with cancer
Image of Bryson DeChambeau and how his body has transformed, through the years, from an NCAA champion to becoming a multiple PGA Tour winner.
Here's a look at some of the best photos of the Match II with Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning, Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady from Medalist Golf Club.
A look at some of the best photos from the TaylorMade Driving Relief, won by the team of Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson.