1 / 9
"After months of weighing options and discussing with my loved ones, I have decided to turn professional and forgo my Senior year at The University of Texas. I have been preparing to become a professional golfer, and have dreamed of this day for more than ten years."
2 / 9
“I am truly disappointed, but my current position on the FedEx Cup points list does not allow me the luxury to skip the John Deere Classic or the Travelers Championship. I must finish in the top 125 to gain entry into our FedEx Cup Playoffs. This has to be a priority for me and my family.” – on why he is skipping the Olympics
3 / 9
"I have been consulting with my doctor, trainer, and my entire team over the past week. We all feel this is the best decision at this time." – after withdrawing from the Open due to an ankle injury
4 / 9
"I'm not afraid of mosquitoes. I'm more afraid of bears." – confirming he will play in the Olympics
5 / 9
"Looking forward to wearing some red white and blue in Rio @olympics." – in a tweet Sunday confirming he will play in the Olympics
6 / 9
"This was not an easy decision for me, but my concerns about the Zika Virus cannot be ignored. Paulina and I plan to have more children in the near future, and I feel it would be irresponsible to put myself, her or our family at risk." – on why he is skipping the Olympics
7 / 9
“So much emotion going on in my mind right now." – after playing her final U.S. Women's Open
8 / 9
“I think it’s a little unfair she is trying to press an organization to side with her personal opinion. He could be the next president of the United States. I’m a woman. I’m all for women’s empowerment and everything. Donald’s done tons for the women’s game. I just think it’s unfair she’s pressing our organization to jump on the bandwagon when not all of us feel the way she does.” – responding to Martha Burk's article asking LPGA players to protest next year's U.S. Women's Open at Trump National
9 / 9
"I go partying. Partying all night." – jokingly telling reporters on her plan to prepare for the final round at the U.S. Women's Open
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