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“For the 27 years that I've been out here, Rhonda was my go-to person in women's golf … What made her special was that she was not only knowledgeable but also generous with that knowledge.” – the Golf Digest senior writer, honoring USGA historian and tireless promoter of women’s golf Rhonda Glenn, who passed away in February at 68
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“I said then, and I feel the same way now, you can’t live your life in fear. You have to enjoy the moment. I didn’t feel like anything [McIlroy] was doing was an unnecessary risk. He was just playing around and accidents happen.” – defending McIlroy’s decision to play soccer before the Open Championship
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“Whether I intended to or not, I took something that wasn’t allowed. I called a penalty on myself, that’s the best way to look at it. I did it immediately, so much so it took [the Tour official] by surprise.” – after being suspended this week for 90 days for a violation of the PGA Tour’s anti-doping policy
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"I've skied a lot. I like adrenaline. I like feeling that rush. That's why I love spear fishing, free diving. It's so peaceful down there. But there is inherent risk in all of that. But you can't live in a box." – on participating in activities outside of golf that could potentially result in injury
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“You sound like the guy who wrote 'Caddyshack II.'"– responding to a reporter’s suggestion that a scene from the John Deere Classic pro-am would’ve been great for "Caddyshack"
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“He said, 'You've been through a lot of injuries over the years,' so he picked my brain a little bit. We had a good talk. He's doing the right thing, taking care of his body first before he gets back out here." – on the advice he gave Rory McIlroy about his ankle injury that will keep him out of the Open Championship
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“I have great respect for the PGA of America and everything they stand for.” – after the PGA of America announced that the Grand Slam of Golf will not be held at Trump National Golf Club in Los Angeles this fall in light of his controversial comments about Mexican immigrants
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“It’s like seeing a test before you take it.” – the U.S. Women’s Open championship director on the decision to remove Sei Young Kim’s caddie Paul Fusco after he was discovered in the USGA rules office improperly taking cell phone photos of “internal course setup documents."
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“My own sense is if we probably had talked a little more openly with players beforehand, maybe the chatter wouldn’t have been too bad. That’s one I thought about: Could we have done a better job in that respect?” – the USGA executive director on regretting a lack of communication with players about green conditions at the U.S. Open
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“After much consideration, I have decided not to play in the Open Championship at St. Andrews. I’m taking a long term view of this injury and, although rehab is progressing well, I want to come back to tournament play when I feel 100 percent healthy and 100 percent competitive.” – ruling himself out of the Open Championship on Instagram after suffering an injury to his ankle while playing soccer with friends
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“I was shocked. I had seen photos of it a month ago. It was bone dry. It looked like it was going to be one of those dust bowls again; hard, fast, like the years I've played St. Andrews. It's changed. They got big rain and a lot of sun. It's totally changed.” – on the conditions of the Old Course at St. Andrews
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“That was me. I was one of those young whippersnappers, and now I’m the old lady in the crowd. I don’t feel that way, but it’s starting to become that way, whether I feel that way or not.” – on her transition from LPGA teen prodigy to mentor for up-and-comers
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“I had that fist pump on the last, because walking up after the second shot, I said, ‘Mike, I just saw the board and I think this is for the lowest round I’ve shot on the PGA Tour.’ ‘That’s pretty cool.’’ – after shooting a 61 at the John Deere on Saturday that included a birdie-eagle-birdie finish
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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