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“It was just one of those weeks where I got started off on the wrong foot, just didn’t feel quite comfortable. Stuff happens like that, golf is hard. I played well all year, I still feel good about my game. It doesn’t change how I look at my game, but it’s also kind of a good kick in the butt. I know what I need to improve.” – on missing the cut in the Women’s British Open, her first missed cut this year, ending a run of 22 consecutive cuts made
2 / 7
''It's lush. The greens are soft and very green. Fairways are pretty similar. But I think they are going to get a spell of good weather leading up to The Open, and hopefully, it will get a bit firmer.'' – on his early scouting trip to British Open site Royal Liverpool
3 / 7
''We haven't seen Tiger really, really play well in a while now.”
4 / 7
''We have all witnessed what Tiger has been able to do over his career, whether that's come back from injury and win, come back from any sort of off-course stuff and win. I mean, win the U.S. Open on one leg. Is it foolish for people to write him off? I would say so. If he's playing and he's competing, he's got as good a chance as any.''
5 / 7
"I'm not favoring anything. The little baby steps worked. We were very diligent about what I was doing. Going into it we pushed it pretty hard to get my abs and glutes strong so when I did come back I was able to rebound fast. I can do whatever I want. I'm at that point now. We didn't think we'd get to that point until this tournament or the week after." – on his injury rehabilitation
6 / 7
"Congressional was big for me. The fact I could go out there and play and I got better as the days went on. It was a little bit eerie and iffy if that was going to happen or not, especially with how hard I was hitting the ball. But I've got my speed back, which is nice, and I'm starting to hit the ball out there again. I'm only going to get stronger. As the weeks go on, I'm getting strong and faster."
7 / 7
“I think one of the big differences that's very rarely articulated is the fact that while Tiger in his dominance always – for whatever reason – was in this quest to get better, I don’t remember Jack ever saying that. Jack might have made some tweaks and twerks, here and there, minor tweaks and twerks, but Tiger has made astronomical changes in a quest to get better. As a result, Tiger has actually gotten a little bit worse. I think we can all pretty much see that.”
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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