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“'I can’t compete with that type of game. I just can’t compete with that.’ This was the first big blow to my confidence as a golfer.” – Stricker, on the first time he played with Tiger Woods.
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“It brings such balance. To be able to get away from it completely and not be immersed with this life that I lead of golf courses and cameras and interviews and all the things that go along with being a top-level golfer. To get away from it and be completely 100 percent normal with someone I’m going to spend the rest of my life with is so cool and something I’m really looking forward to. – McIlroy, on his relationship with fiancée Erica Stoll.
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“This Father’s Day, I wish I had one more chance to smell the whiskey on my father’s breath and feel the rasp of the stubble on his chin as he kissed me goodnight, for this time I would put my arms around him, and I would not pretend to be asleep.” – Feherty, in a letter to his father who is suffering from Alzheimer's.
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“I need my 12 hours of sleep, I get cranky,” – Watson, after finishing off a 1-under-par 69 in the suspended first round of the U.S. Open on Friday morning.
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"This is such crap. You've got to be kidding me! How is that in the bunker?" – Spieth, during the first round of the U.S. Open when an approach shot landed next to the pin but spun off the green and into a bunker.
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“That was a bad one. We sat in the cabin for an hour and 10 minutes, to not be given a chance to hit some balls or do anything. It’s not like you’re in a Sunday medal, you’re playing in a U.S. Open [and] to not get a chance to hit even a few balls.” – Masters champion Willett, on the decision to not let players warm up on the range after sitting through a long rain delay on Thursday at the U.S. Open.
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“I’ve already visualized myself winning.” – Lowry, after walking off after the third round of the U.S. Open with a four-shot lead.
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“I would love to see it cross the line and come a little bit over the edge because that actually benefits me.” – Mickelson, before the U.S. Open began, on the conditions at Oakmont. He missed the cut.
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"Just venting a bit. Can't play a professional event run by amateurs. The PGA Tour staff is amazing week in and out. Hopefully one day we will separate ourselves." – Hoffman, in an Instagram post, calling out the USGA.
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“What happened last year?” – Johnson, with a smirk, when asked about last year’s three-putt on the final hole at Chambers Bay that cost him a shot at the U.S. Open title.
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“I’m too old for this.” – Garcia, 36, on the 36-hole Friday marathon he played at the U.S. Open because rain washed out most of Thursday’s first round.
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"I'm going to win this tournament." – Landry, speaking to his father before the U.S. Open. His dad responded to the the 624th-ranked player in the world, "Drew, I have all the faith in the world that you can do this. You're just as good as the rest of those guys out there."
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“What? I don’t know, I don’t know.” – The Dalai Lama, on if he was familiar with the cult classic “Caddyshack.” He wasn’t.
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