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I think Rory's got so much control over his life now, both on and off the course, that he can pick up one major every two years for the next 20 years. He's definitely good enough. That would give him 14, and I think he will get to that total. At least. – Ernie Els, to reporters in advance of the Irish Open.
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One every two years? I'd like to think so, but it's hard to know. I certainly expect to give myself plenty of chances. But I'm not going to put a number on it. - Rory McIlroy, in response to hearing Els' comment.
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The closer I got to the green, the worse the score got for me. - Rory McIlroy, on his first-round 80 at the Irish Open. McIlroy converted only one of nine scrambling opportunities on Day 1. He would go on to miss the cut for the third consecutive year.
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Every time I get injured, every time I get sick, it just makes me realize how grateful I am to be able to play, and that my health is the most important thing. … So I'm really focusing on that. – Michelle Wie, on returning to competition at the ShopRite Classic after withdrawing from the Kingsmill Championship two weeks ago because of an ailing left hip.
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It's very versatile. There's a lot of different ways to set it up. – Phil Mickelson, after playing a practice round at Chambers Bay on Thursday, site of this year’s U.S. Open.
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Hopefully a lot. Because he shot about a million at the U.S. Amateur. – Justin Thomas, when asked how much of a benefit Jordan Spieth will receive next month from caddie Michael Greller, who used to caddie at Chambers Bay.
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Couldn't be more different this year than it was last year. The golf course is totally under water, not a dry spot in any fairway. – Byron Nelson Championship defending champion Brendon Todd, on the conditions at this year’s event.
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The last few years, I get to about August, and I'm exhausted. … And so I've really tried to plan my schedule out better to take weeks off and to go do other things. I took [last] weekend off, spent Memorial Day and everything with my family. You have to do that stuff. It's just shut it down, put the clubs away. – Stacy Lewis, on planning out her 2015. Lewis is still looking for her first win of the season but has finished second three times and third once.
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