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“I think people should not forget that he’s as human as we are ... When he’s out here, everyone is watching him. And if you have some problems with this or that, like everyone else has, he’s so under the microscope. You hear it everywhere, you read it everywhere, you can barely watch TV without seeing your name. You know, we are all just humans. ... Obviously when you don’t play well, people exaggerate even more and they find reasons, and they make up reasons, and that must be very difficult for him.” - on Tiger Woods' and his recent struggles
2 / 10
"Nice kid … A little bit of an Eminem and Axl Rose syndrome. Very reclusive, literal, and sometimes you feel a little bad for them. Sometimes they think the world's against them. You gotta loosen up, man! People are gonna talk s---. You just gotta enjoy it!" – he told Rolling Stone about Tiger Woods
3 / 10
“Oh, I want it nasty. I love playing in this stuff … Obviously I’ve had a lot of practice growing up in Scotland. My short game saved my bacon quite a few times today,” – after a windy and rainy opening round of the Honda Classic
4 / 10
“I didn’t know what I was shooting … but when I went past the scoreboard on 13 (she was 10 under), I thought, oh, 59, that is the magical number but I’m pretty happy with 61." – after shooting an LET record 11-under 61 in the New Zealand Open
5 / 10
''I really wanted to win in front of such great crowds. This is probably the biggest crowd I've seen. It's always cool winning on home ground. We were walking up 16 and (playing partner Giulia Sergas) said 'They like you.' I said, 'Well, it's home.' … The more W’s the better … I think I had a really good (offseason) break, which got me fresh going into this year.'' – after winning the New Zealand Open
6 / 10
“I told him I felt bad about it, but there was nothing I could do, unfortunately … I hate it, I just do. But we’ve got to know where you are and what you’re doing. It’s unfortunate.” – after informing Mark Hubbard he was DQ’d for failing to register
7 / 10
"Hopefully, I'll be able to catch up with him, maybe at Medalist, see if I can get in his wallet or something, help get him ready … It's fun to practice around him and play every once in a while. We definitely want to get him back. We want to get him back playing well and being healthy. He's great for the game. We wouldn't be in the position we are now with the title sponsors and the people involved in the game without him." - on Tiger Woods
8 / 10
"I don't like missing cuts … You want to be playing on the weekend, and I'm not there. I'm not going to be playing this weekend, which is not nice. I guess after coming off a three-week break, and then felt a little ... I wouldn't say rusty, but just not quite on top of my game yesterday," – after missing the Honda Classic cut
9 / 10
“It’s been said by a few players since we won at Gleneagles that it’s not rocket science why Europe has won the last three Ryder Cups and eight of the past 10 … I do get the sense the States, what with their task force and everything that came out in the announcement (Tuesday), that they’re desperate to win back the Ryder Cup. And I will say it again because it’s not that complicated why Europe has been winning.”
10 / 10
“You can’t keep repeating the same process and expect a different outcome, can you? You’ve got to make changes, and they’ve made changes, so that’s great – for them. In the last few years I haven’t seen any bleeding in of captains-to-be by being vice captains … I think their selection process where the picks are made too early, after the PGA Championship rather than as near to the Ryder Cup, (doesn’t) do them any good … But they’ve obviously done something to correct them, so it should be an improvement.” – after the U.S. announced Davis Love III as Ryder Cup captain for 2016
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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A look at some of the best photos from the TaylorMade Driving Relief, won by the team of Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson.