1 / 10
“Even though the risk of infection from the Zika virus is considered low, it is a risk nonetheless and a risk I am unwilling to take.” – on why he is skipping the Olympics
2 / 10
"It is very disappointing to hear that one of my favourite players in today’s game, Rory McIlroy, has withdrawn his name from consideration for the Olympic Games in Rio. We obviously wish him the very best, and hope he might perhaps reevaluate his position before the 60 golfers are finally selected."
3 / 10
“We are heartbroken by the devastation that the residents of West Virginia are experiencing at this time and the reports of lives lost due to the terrible flooding. Cancelling The Greenbrier Classic is certainly the most prudent course of action as our foremost concern is the well-being of those who are having to live through this tragic situation. Our thoughts and prayers are with them.”
4 / 10
"My decision hasn't been made, but I would like to go. I hope that everything's OK enough that I can go.” – on her thoughts about the Olympics and the Zika virus
5 / 10
"There's obviously no timetable with regards to, you know, if I'm going to make a decision or not. It's just, I want to make sure that family comes first for me." – on whether or not he'll play in the Olympics
6 / 10
"I made the decision many months ago, before I was on the team, that I would not play or travel outside the U.S., where my family and I live, in the weeks running up to the birth. Unfortunately, I will therefore not be available to replace Rory on the team. I have informed (Irish Olympic golf captain) Paul McGinley and the Olympic Council of Ireland of my decision."
7 / 10
"When I get to 40, I would like to see where I'm at in my career because I might want to go, 'You know what, I'm done. I'm just happy with everything,' and I'm going to go off my merry way and I'll probably never pick up a golf club ever again." – on his possible retirement plans
8 / 10
“I enjoy putting. I had a lot of practice on that first green so to speak [at the Masters], but I try to put it behind me. It’s tough, but I enjoy the game too much to end on a note like that. I’m just enjoying putting again.” – on battling the yips
9 / 10
“I’m just playing it week-to-week. I keep getting better, keep getting physically better. I just hope that everything clicks in and I can do it sooner than later.” – on his recovery from back surgery
10 / 10
"He told me to just be myself and to not try to do more than what I can do. I certainly put that on today, and I just played some of the best golf I can play." – on advice he got at the U.S. Open from Jack Nicklaus
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