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"I understand the severity of what I did and I take full responsibility for my actions. I want the public to know that alcohol was not involved. What happened was an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications. I didn't realize the mix of medications had affected me so strongly." – statement after he was arrested in Jupiter, Fla., and charged with DUI
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“It should be noted that Woods was asleep at the wheel and had to be woken up. The vehicle was running and brake lights were illuminated as well as the right blinker flashing.” - from the probable-cause affidavit regarding Tiger Woods’ arrest
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“I asked Woods if he knew where he was at to which he stated he had no idea.” – from the incident report of Tiger Woods’ arrest
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“I’m a fan of Tiger’s, I’m a friend of Tiger’s, and I feel bad for him. I think that he’s struggling, and I wish him well. I hope he gets out of it, and I hope he plays golf again. He needs a lot of support from a lot of people and I’ll be one of them.”
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"Yes, he's in the public eye, he's in the spotlight a lot, so of course people will talk about him, but why (are they) so nasty? Why don't you try to do the opposite and help him now, the way he inspired us?" – criticizing online commenters who have reacted negatively toward Tiger Woods’ latest troubles
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"He's a member of our family, and we're going to do everything we can to help and support him." – the PGA Tour commissioner, speaking about Tiger Woods
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"...we can confirm there’s no change in our relationship with Tiger"
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“I'm not into Tiger Woods' head. I probably didn't say 20 words to Tiger in my entire life.”
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"I mean obviously it's the tournament I want to win the most. But this is one of those moments where you look back on life and you just don't want to miss it. I'll be really glad that I was there and present." – announcing that he will skip the U.S. Open – the only tournament standing between him and the career Grand Slam – to attend the high school graduation of his oldest daughter, Amanda
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"My nine majors and career Grand Slam on the senior tour outrank my nine majors and career Grand Slam on the regular tour.” – in a discussion of his career as a senior, which included winning the Senior Open Championship three times, all before that tournament was designated a senior major
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"Everyone remembers him for a mistake, not for what he did at the Open, when he won. But he marked the way for most of the guys [from Argentina]. He marked the way for me. He opened the door to Europe and over here. He was one the icons." – on Roberto De Vicenzo (pictured), who died Thursday at age 94
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“I felt it might be just a little bit too much golf.” – announcing he has decided to skip the 36-hole U.S. Open sectional qualifier in Memphis on Monday and instead will try to finish high enough in the FedExSt. Jude Classic to jump into the top 60 in the Official World Golf Ranking and qualify that way
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“I've been struggling to maintain my motivation for the past four or five years.” – the former world No. 1 announcing her retirement at age 31
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“The PGA Championship could come to Muirfield. That would be fine to me, to help them out.” – offering his Muirfield Village course as a venue for the PGA Championship if the PGA of America decides to move it to May
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“It’s not as tricky [as Chambers Bay]. I think it’s a little more in front of you. It’s a very different style golf course even though it’s kind of coming off ahead of time as being similar.” – on comparisons of this year’s U.S. Open course, Erin Hills, to the 2015 venue, Chambers Bay
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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