1 / 10
"It wasn’t so much a vote against the ladies as a vote against the media and the press telling us what to do. No one likes being hammered all the time.”
2 / 10
"As far as her circumstances of fighting cancer, they’re not all that great. She’s got advanced cancer, and it’s going to be a difficult fight.”
3 / 10
“I think the only thing that people noticed about my golf last fall was one 15-footer I made in South Korea at the Presidents Cup. But that was about the only putt I made the entire fall, I think.”
4 / 10
“I had a last few moments with it and said, ‘Don’t worry, you’ll be back here.’ Yeah, took one last drink out of it, and then we cleaned it up and sent it back.” – on parting with the U.S. Open trophy
5 / 10
“It’s not like I don’t care about the Zika virus or all that stuff happening over there, but it still is the Olympics. You’re representing your country and you’re going as an Olympian instead of trying to win money or accomplish something. You are accomplishing something if you win a medal, but it’s more for the honor than the glory, I guess.”
6 / 10
“When I was standing behind the shot, I was imagining it going in. That was unbelievable.” – on holing out to win her match at the NCAA Championship
7 / 10
“I don’t know. That could be it. I’m just going to have to wait and see.” – on her schedule for the summer after withdrawing with a thumb injury
8 / 10
“It’s way beyond what I started off in the Ryder Cup in 1997 with Seve (Ballesteros). Seve just shouted at you, ‘You’re hitting here! You’re doing this!’ It’s all changed a lot since that.” – on using stats and analytics for the European Ryder Cup team
9 / 10
“I think I just kind of played so much in the spring and ran out of gas at the Masters and have just been trying to rest up and get that fresh kind of feeling happening again."
10 / 10
"We are in the midst of transforming this tour. It will be completely different in 2017, and a complete overhaul by 2018. And really doing it by listening to the players."
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