1 / 10
''We all know theories are just theories. But when you look at it on paper, I'm trying to figure out my life. I'm looking at it going, 'How do I get my best energy level? How do I get the most positive thoughts?''' - on his playing schedule, which includes a four-week break before the U.S. Open
2 / 10
''I kind of chili-whomped it out there to the right side of the green.'' - describing one of his shots in the first round at Colonial
3 / 10
''I'm very rarely happy with a round of golf - ever. I've shot level par today and I'm very happy leaving here.'' -after his first round in the Senior PGA Championship
4 / 10
''Coming off the back of three good weeks in the United States, I am in need of a rest. I'll dust myself off for next week [at the Irish Open] and not read too much into it.'' - after missing the cut in the BMW PGA Championship, the flagship event of the European Tour
5 / 10
“Pretty damn good!” - the 18-year-old Australian, asked how it felt to get her first LPGA win, in the Kingsmill Championship
6 / 10
''We'll play for second.'' - The former U.S. Open champion, sarcastically responding to USGA executive director Mike Davis' assertion that more than two practice rounds will be necessary for a player to have a chance to win the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay
7 / 10
"My irons, they are like darts." - After making a European Tour record 10th career ace - his third of the season and second in nine days - in the BMW PGA Championship
8 / 10
''I feel like my name now carries a certain weight on a leaderboard. I don't know if that is intimidation but I just feel that players see my name on the leaderboard now and it might mean a little bit more than it used to.''
9 / 10
''I'm not going to walk to the first tee and feel like I'm taking up the space of some young kid who could actually learn a heck of a lot more from it. I don't believe in doing that. I think it's so unfair to do that.'' - Announcing he will not play the British Open at St. Andrews despite this being his final year of eligibility
10 / 10
"Tiger beat a lot of nobodies to win most of his majors." - The longtime sportswriter, a frequent critic of Tiger Woods, in an interview by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram
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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