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“You always feel like you've got something to prove, whether it be to yourself or somebody else. I can think of plenty of people along the way telling me I'll be nothing, working at McDonald's …” – after taking a two-stroke lead into the final round of the PGA Championship
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“I thought, if I didn't pull it off and hit the tree, I'd be somewhere down into the trees and still be able to make 5. I hit two trees to get out of bounds, and my tee shot hit the cart path to get over there, and it just was a perfect storm.” – on how he made a triple bogey on the 12th hole on Saturday
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"I always have hope. I know Phil (Mickelson) didn't win until his 30s. I don't know the exact numbers, but it's not something I necessarily worry about. Keep putting ourselves in position, get in contention - we have had plenty of runner-ups; Jack (Nicklaus) had a lot of runner-ups …” – on still not having won a major and about to turn 30 in December
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“I can do it and I know that I can do it.” – on what he learned from being in contention on Sunday at the Masters
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“I would argue [Tiger Woods] got the least out of his talent of any player, maybe in history.”
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“The pilots were going through the pre-flight checks, and I’m not paying attention, and all of a sudden the engines shut down. The pilots turned around and told me, ‘We’ve heard a command we’ve never heard before. They just shut down [air traffic] the entire East Coast.’ They got the command after the second plane hit. Like the rest of the world, we were in shock.” – on his experience the last time the PGA Tour played at current PGA Championship site Bellerive, back in September 2001.
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“We are not the show.” – the PGA of America’s chief championships officer and the man responsible fo the setup of PGA Championship courses
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“… Jarrod wouldn't want us out here feeling sorry for him or feeling bad or anything. [He'd] probably come out here and kick us in the butt and tell us to man up and go have some fun.'' – on Australian pro Jarrod Lyle (pictured), who succumbed to cancer on Wednesday after beating the disease twice
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"I don't think I have the educational level of vocabulary to really describe it. It's just fun to have 40,000 or 50,000 people supporting you and cheering you on.” – after shooting a 66 in the first round
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“I can really tune in in the majors and I have no idea why.”
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“I'm glad I got a dose of [the pressure that comes with being in contention] today, because I want a whole lot tomorrow.” – after finishing the third round just two strokes off the lead
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“I’m tired. I’m definitely tired.” – after playing 29 holes in intense heat on Saturday
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“I get it all the time, so I'm used to it by now.” – on fans confusing him with Brooks Koepka (Woodland is pictured on right)
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“We want him on that team.” – on Bryson DeChambeau (pictured) and this year’s U.S. Ryder Cup team
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“Everybody wanted a picture with Dustin. They were talking about him as we left and I was just standing there laughing. They were like, ‘Did you see that, No. 1 player in the world was here.’ It's like, yeah, OK.” – on going to a local gym with frequent workout partner Dustin Johnson
Image of Bryson DeChambeau and how his body has transformed, through the years, from an NCAA champion to becoming a multiple PGA Tour winner.
Here's a look at some of the best photos of the Match II with Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning, Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady from Medalist Golf Club.
A look at some of the best photos from the TaylorMade Driving Relief, won by the team of Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson.