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"He'll have a very hard time. I don't know whether Tiger will play much golf anymore. He might come back and play - I think it would be pretty tough for him, after getting (his spine) fused and as many problems as he has had recently. His are more life problems than they are golf problems right now." - on Woods' recent struggles
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“When I found out I was getting a sponsor exemption, I had a lot of emotions because I love to play golf; it’s a passion of mine. But to be able to play against the next and best golf professionals will be a huge honor and huge treat. I’m looking forward to hopefully not embarrassing myself, but mostly having a lot of fun and hopefully raising a lot of money for the foundation.” - on getting a sponsor invite to a Web.com event
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“My mom has always been, no matter what she's going through, the biggest fighter. She's always been a role model of mine. I always aspire to be half the woman that she is." - on her mom, Judy, who is battling cancer
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''We all would love for him to be here, but at the end of the day, for him to put his foot down and go ahead and take care of himself and try to get better, that's more important than playing golf or being here for a golf tournament." - on Woods missing the Quicken Loans National
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“Tiger will stay in touch with the tournament and receive regular updates during the week." - on Woods' involvement this week with the Quicken Loans National
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“My dad watched Tom Watson beat Jack Nicklaus to win The Open at Turnberry in ’77, and he just loved it. He knew Tom Watson was a special player. I was born eight months later, and my dad just said, ‘Well, screw it, we’re naming him Tom Watson.’ Unfortunately, he made my middle name Jack, after Jack Nicklaus. So, you know, I was always going to have issues.” - So Yeon Ryu's caddie on sharing the same name with the famous golfer
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"I've been fortunate to where when I get going, I can go low pretty well. I mean, this sounds probably pretty arrogant, but I feel like I'll shoot another 63 in a major at some point in my career. I don't know if it will ever happen, but I feel like I have the game to do so."
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“I just didn't carry myself the way I want to present myself yesterday. I got mad at my caddie. It was not his fault. I got mad at all sorts of stuff, and the fault was all mine.” - on bouncing back from a 77 on Thursday with a 63 on Friday
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“I played bad, so my mom told my dad, `Go help Chella, why are you staying here?’ That’s why he came back.” - on her dad returning to be her caddie
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“I kind of was sick of playing bad golf, honestly. I was just sick of being down, and really started this year with a really good sense of determination and motivation. It's a long time to be out there to be miserable. So I just kind of made a pact with myself that I'm going to have fun, and if I hit a bad shot, brush it off.”
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"It was good from start to finish, really. Nearly holed my first two iron shots. I played great today, felt comfy again. It's always great to just test your game and test what you work on every day under the ultimate pressure." - on his win at the French Open
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