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“Looks like I’ll stay a little bit longer. We have a couple of projects our team wants me to hang in on.” - PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem, on Wednesday at Bay Hill, who reiterated that his work in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., wasn’t finished. (Getty Images)
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“Basically, 2016 is my final season, full time. I’m going to retire. It’s pretty hard to make the decision.” – Se Ri Pak, 38, who won 25 LPGA titles, five of them major championships, as told Golf Channel after finishing Thursday’s opening round of the JTBC Founders Cup. (Getty Images)
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“I don’t watch the news. I basically watch the Golf Channel when I’m traveling, believe it or not.” - Republican presidential candidate and Ohio Governor John Kasich. (Getty Images)
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“I think we should bring the anchored putting back. I was all for getting rid of it. Now I’m all for keeping it.” - Rory McIlroy, jokingly, after Adam Scott won his last two starts (the Honda Classic and WGC-Cadillac Championship). (Getty Images)
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"I spoke with Arnold yesterday and we certainly understand his decision. It makes no difference whether he hits a drive. He is a true legend in golf and will be welcomed as usual on the first tee with the other Masters honorary starters. It will be a great day." - Billy Payne, on Arnold Palmer announcing he will not be hitting the ceremonial first tee shot at the Masters for the first time since 2007. (Getty Images)
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“I'm worried about him because I don't know if he's playing too much and he's doing too many things with golf and sponsor obligations that he might get burned out and go through a rut where he doesn't want to be on the golf course for awhile.” - Jason Day, on Jordan Spieth, in advance of the Arnold Palmer Invitational. (Getty Images)
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“I didn’t think 59. If I think 59, maybe I shoot over par on the back nine.” - Mi Hyang Lee, after making seven birdies and an eagle to shoot 27 on her first nine, Lee had the golf world on a 59 watch 15 years after Sorenstam became the first player to post that number in an LPGA event. Lee cooled on her second nine, but she still shot a tournament course record 10-under-par 62 to take the first-round lead. (Getty Images)
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“There was no sense of urgency at all for me, really. I just kept on saying, ‘Just make sure you stay patient and things will happen. It will happen.’” - Jason Day, as he's watched players like Adam Scott, Bubba Watson and Jordan Spieth all hoist trophies in recent weeks. Rather than force the issue, though, he has remained committed to the path that took him to world No. 1 and a major championship just last summer. (Getty Images)
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