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“It’s a heck of a lot better than [at the Hero World Challenge]. I wasn’t feeling very good and you could see it all over me. I couldn’t play with my kids. I wasn’t able to throw and play catch with my son. These are the things I couldn’t do." - on his improving health
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“I’ve played through a lot of injuries. I’ve cost myself other tournaments by pushing through that, I’ve cost myself months and years because of it. But that’s what athletes do. They play through pain and deal with injuries. It’s part of playing sports. Has it cost me? Yeah, it has. But that’s what athletes do. They’re always pushing the envelope to compete at the highest level.” - on the impact of injuries on his career
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“He had nothing else to do. He was just sitting at his home and I just called.” - on reaching out to Woods for advice
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“I’m not American. Look, I've been following it. I really thought I knew what politics were until I started to watch some of these presidential debates. I mean, not saying that the political system in Northern Ireland is too strong at the moment either. It's shocking. I can't vote, and if I were to vote, I'm not sure I would want to vote for any of the candidates.” - on the race for President of the United States
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“I think it's great if there's a big ruckus when he shows up, because the media gets away from me and you don't hear the bad comments I say or twist them." - on Trump's impending arrival
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“I've been playing it around in my head a little bit about making the switch, and the one thing that I was sort of worried about was the McIlroy-copying-Spieth. That was my big thing.” - On switching his putting stroke to left-hand low
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“One club in the water here is enough I think.” - on his faked re-enactment of his club toss from last year
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“You've switched to the dark side, I see.” - to McIlroy, referencing his new putting stroke
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