1 / 11
I'll be playing on the weekend. - after birdieing three of her final six holes Friday to make the cut at the Manulife LPGA Classic and extend her made-cuts streak to all 53 of her LPGA events
2 / 11
They [his 22 grandchildren} all know who their grandpa is and I've got a great relationship with all of them. I wouldn't trade that for the world. I wouldn't trade any championship for any of that. That to me is far more important. Could my record have been better? Yeah. My family would not be what I think we enjoy today.
3 / 11
I think the biggest thing, we were just having fun out there. Sometimes that’s when I play my best, and it worked out. - after shooting her best LPGA round, a 9-under 63, in the first round of the Manulife LPGA Classic
4 / 11
I thought that was interesting Mike would say something like that. When Mike says something like that you have to pay attention because he’s a smart guy. - on USGA executive director Mike Davis’ comments that players need to spend extra time playing and studying Chambers Bay if they hope to compete at the U.S. Open
5 / 11
He’s probably the toughest guy I have around me. There’s no sugar coating. - on her swing coach, Butch Harmon
6 / 11
I had to go through yesterday. I had to go through those painful moments, just like I did at Torrey and Phoenix to be able to make the leap I did at Augusta. Yesterday was the same thing. It was just unfortunately on a golf course like this where you can't get away with much. It kicked my butt pretty hard. - after shooting 85-74 on the weekend at the Memorial
7 / 11
The first time you play it, you don't know [what to do]. I can see why the first impression isn't as favorable for some. But I think the more you play it, the more you like it. - on his evolving reaction to Chambers Bay, site of this year's U.S. Open
8 / 11
That was about as good of golf [as] I could play on one nine, and about as bad of golf as I could play on the other, given how many pars were with lob wedge in my hand or a reachable par 5. - after shooting 31-39--70 in the second round of the Memorial
9 / 11
I didn’t have any sad emotions. I just had a lot of good feeling emotions. And that tells me I’m ready to step away. I had my time. I had 30 years out here on the Tour. - after the 54-year-old veteran missed the cut in the Memorial in his final PGA Tour appearance
10 / 11
I think I underachieved all my life. I think that's why I got better.
11 / 11
You have to look at the big picture. You can't be so myopic with your view and expect to have one magical day or one magical shot and change your whole game. It doesn't work that way. swing change - on his commitment to a swing change despite some terrible results so far
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