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“I don’t believe that I am on his level yet … Rory McIlory in his career is certainly far ahead of any younger player that is around, including myself.” – on the “rivalry’ with Rory McIlroy
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“The talk doesn’t change much … Last year it was Rickie, this year it’s Jordan. It could have been Tiger. There have been four or five rivals in the past year. It doesn’t really do anything for me.” – when asked about a budding “rivalry” with Jordan Spieth
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“If there’s a time where I need something to kind of give me a kick in the butt, then I can think of that and it will put me in the right frame of mind to go out there and take care of business,” – on an anonymous survey of Tour players that named Fowler as one of the most overrated players
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“I haven’t gotten anything out of my rounds … I should be a few under par each day, and I’m just not capitalizing on my opportunities, and I need to start doing that.” – after making The Players cut on the number
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“I just kept thinking about Roger Federer, what would he do? I don't know if you guys notice, but every time, after a point, he's just kind of very level. He doesn't keep his head down all the time. He's kind of in his own little world, and then he's on to the next point. So that's kind of what I was trying to think of, just kind of mimic what he does.”
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“I was thinking to myself as I was walking around, `I can't believe I've actually won here,’” – after missing the cut at The Players for the third year in a row
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“Obviously, struggling a lot with my putter this year. Both conventional, claw … I don't know what to do.” - on having a rough stretch so far this year on the greens.
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“I learned a lot from Martin [in 2014] … I learned a lot about how kind players on the Tour are, because I was getting down on myself. When it started to kind of turn his way, he came up, put an arm around me and said, `Come on, man, you got this, let's make this a fight.’” - on last year's final round at The Players with Martin Kaymer.
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.