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“Sitting out six months is beyond one of the hardest things I've ever had to do, but you got to do what you got to do for your career.” – after missing that much time because of wrist surgery
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"Statistically, you feel like you should have made holes in one all the time out here as much as you play but they don't come around very often.” – after making an ace on Saturday
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"I just didn't hear him, I didn't hear 'time.’ I was just in my routine and it must have been called sometime when I was walking to my ball, which is fine, I just didn't hear it. It was just four seconds over, which is a little unfortunate. I was a little angry. It got me so heated that I actually holed a bunker shot on the next hole, which was okay, it kind of reversed it." – after becoming the first golfer to be penalized a stroke for slow play at the Shot Clock Masters in Austria on Saturday
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“I haven’t made a for-sure decision. Obviously the plan right now would be to return to Ole Miss since I’m playing as an amateur this summer; that would be the plan right now for the senior year. … Some of the recruits that we have coming in, it’s going to be a really special year next year and I’d like to be a part of it.” - the 2017 NCAA champion and No. 2-ranked amateur in the world, seeming to suggest that he’d remain an amateur through his senior year at Ole Miss
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“It’s more special because I have my son with me. It’s a calming influence. I spent more time worrying about him.” – after shooting a 66 with her 12-year-old son, Cooper, on her bag
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“I love the uniquely special characteristics of the game of golf. Even when it is sometimes tough love. Congrats to this young lady for using golf as a vehicle to teach us all life lessons on honesty & integrity!” – via Twitter, congratulating Kate Wynja, a South Dakota high school senior, who called a penalty on herself Tuesday and cost herself and her team a state title
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“I would just say that it was 14 years ago. It was a different time, it was different people, and we learned from it.” – the USGA executive director, on an overly aggressive setup at Shinnecock Hills for the 2004 U.S. Open
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''I think they overthink it. I don't want to single out Mike Davis here. I think it's a collective thought process. I don't think it should be as much of an exact science to set up a golf course as it is. Get the fairways sort of firm. Grow the rough. Put the pins in some tough locations, but fair. And let us go play.'' – on the USGA setup philosophy for U.S. Open courses
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"I didn't play well at all. We were all over the place. I'm a good putter. I just need to figure out everything else." – after a first-round 66
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"It's going to feel a little different than a typical Sunday round of golf but I'm excited. I've earned my way here.” – on playing in a final-round final pairing for the first time
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"I can kind of control my own destiny. If I play really good golf, I'm probably going to win. If I don't, I'm sure Andrew's [54-hole co-leader Andrew Putnam] is going to beat me. It's pretty simple."
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"Today is National Best Friend Day so I wanted to lock mine down...I WON!!” – via Instagram, announcing his engagement to girlfriend Allison Stokke
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