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“Over these past four or five months I’ve really grown up … and I am starting to become the person I want my kids to look up to. I don’t think I’ve even scratched the surface (of my potential) … And that was a really big part of what I’ve been doing, to help myself reach that potential.” – he said during an interview with ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi
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“Um, you know, there is a lot of speculation, and there is a lot of curiosity about that, but I’m not really here today to talk about that. I had some issues, and I’m still working on things. But (cocaine) is not one of them.” – when asked by ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi if he had ever used cocaine
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"During a crush of photographers at the awards podium, a media member with a shoulder-mounted video camera surged toward the stage, turned and hit Woods in the mouth. Woods’s tooth was knocked out by the incident." – Tiger’s agent Mark Steinberg said in a statement after photos of a toothless Woods surfaced on the Internet
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“I’m more about trying to move forward from it and to really make the next 10, 20 years – 10 Ryder Cups – make those the best we can … We have some really smart guys with a lot of great input … that I think will get us on the right track with a good gameplan, with good continuity from year to year and I think that I’m excited. Who knows if it will bring the results we want or not, but there’s a lot of good, smart people in there and we’re moving forward trying to make this work … I think it’s going to be very impactful in the overall experience.” – on the Ryder Cup task force and the U.S. team moving forward
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"I've really enjoyed being on this journey with Under Armour since turning professional, and I can't wait to accomplish great things together in this next phase of my career." – on signing a 10-year extension with Under Armour
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“What was THAT? … It’s too bad, but it’s what happened. I know I still have one more day left to try to make some birdies and still pull this thing out.” – after bogeying 3 of his final 4 holes Saturday to lose the Humana Challenge lead
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“If there is a power looking over us … I hope he takes note and delivers three majors to this kind and gentle human being.” - British millionaire Colin Davies said after Lee Westwood saved him from drowning in Barbados
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"Golf has been a big part of my life ever since I was a little boy growing up in England, and I thank CBS and Golf Channel for allowing me to continue in the sport after my playing days were over," Oosterhuis said in a release. "I feel it is the right time to step away to focus on things in life that I have always wanted to do." – Peter Oosterhuis on his decision to retire from broadcasting after 20 years in TV
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“You have that feeling inside you that there’s no way I can miss this. … You get in that zone. You could put that pin anywhere they wanted and I could have found it. ... I hate to use the word ‘easy,’ but it feels easy. The hole is big. … It’s hard because you start thinking about it. That’s probably why you see guys make a bogey coming in.” – after giving golf’s magical number a run at the Humana Challenge
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“To be quite honest … I prefer waffles over pancakes anyway.” – Brooke Pancake after signing an endorsement deal with Waffle House
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"They were talking golf, they were big golf fans, big Robert Allenby fans. So, yeah, obviously I was just a target ... I think eventually everything should come out, we know that [the robbers] are using my credit cards downtown. I think the moral of the story is that you have to be super careful." - after he was allegedly kidnapped, robbed and beaten after a night out at a bar in Hawaii during last week's Sony Open.
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"There was no crime (when I was present). It was his stupidity, (Allenby) passed out and hit his head. I was there. Nobody pushed him out of a car." - Chris Khamis, a 47-year-old homeless man who disputes Robert Allenby's story.
Image of Bryson DeChambeau and how his body has transformed, through the years, from an NCAA champion to becoming a multiple PGA Tour winner.
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A look at some of the best photos from the TaylorMade Driving Relief, won by the team of Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson.