1 / 10
''Why be nervous? There's no expectations. I'm not worried about anything. If I hit a bad shot I've got an opportunity to show my grace and my character. In that situation, there's no downside to it.''
2 / 10
''He's got 60 on his ball and, on the first tee, I said ‘I didn't realize you put your age on the ball.’” – on joking with 2016 European Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke
3 / 10
“It didn’t make any sense to me. The guys behind us hadn't even reached the fairway on a par 5.” – after becoming the first high-profile player to be hit with one of the European Tour’s new “monitoring” penalties for slow play
4 / 10
''I told my caddie and my amateur partners, 'I'm about to do something good,.” – on what he said at the turn Saturday in the CareerBuilder Challenge, just before he went on to birdie seven of his final nine holes
5 / 10
''Seems like this could be the tournament that I just can't quite master,.” – after finishing third in Abu Dhabi, where he also has four runner-up finishes
6 / 10
''I'm very tired. I am. I'm not 100 percent right now.” – on his physical and mental condition after playing in South Korea, China, Australia, the Bahamas, Hawaii and Abu Dhabi in the past three months
7 / 10
"I think I'll be remembered for my major championships. So all I've dreamed of from a little kid is winning majors. I never dreamed of competing in the Olympics or winning an Olympic medal. So in my mind, a major will always be more important."
8 / 10
''Nice to have the game where it's at right now going into the season, instead of trying to work on things. I'd say this is really the first time in my career I've had that.'' – the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship winner, noting that he is finally comfortable with his latest swing change
9 / 10
''We're tired of hearing about changes that need to be made. We're tired of hearing about the past. And we're ready to believe in a younger, more hungry team going forward.'' – on winning the 2016 Ryder Cup, which he called ''possibly at the very top” of his list of goals for 2016
10 / 10
''I want to be part of the crew. It would be a pretty good foursome. … We've got to take care of a major and then maybe I can join the crew.'' – the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship winner, on turning the so-called “Big Three” of Jordan Spieth, Jason Day and Rory McIlroy into a “Big Four”
Images from the European players and their wives and girlfriends at the 43rd Ryder Cup gala.
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.