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"We saw Tiger on the 16th hole and asked for his autograph, and he said to catch him right after the round. I was sitting about 100 yards from the 18th green, and he drove by in a cart and was pulling his hat really, really low. I remember him saying, 'No autographs today.'" - On Tiger Woods turning him down for an autograph as a kid.
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"It was a very cool lesson. When a little bit of popularity and fame first started for me, I remember thinking of that story. That kid can always be out there, and I don't want to be the guy who disappoints him, even though sometimes it might be out of my control." - On Tiger Woods turning him down for an autograph as a kid.
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“If you go to Augusta or Pine Valley or Cypress Point and you’re playing with some single-digit handicaps how long does it take you to play? Four hours. If it’s 4:15 (hours) or 4:20, you’re going to worry about shaving 10 minutes off [a round]? It’s not a driving factor. Everybody talks about playing faster; that doesn’t make a lot of sense.” - On the practicality of improving pace of play.
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“Maybe practice more foursomes. We don’t play enough foursomes golf. One of the byproducts of this is if foursome golf could develop some traction in the U.S.” - On foursomes as the potential answer to slow play.
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“Phil seems to thrive on Ryder Cup competitions, does well when he plays. He knows everything about the Ryder Cup, so maybe it should be him or Tiger Woods who should be the next captain. We’ve had playing captains over the years, so why not in 2016?”
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“I know Miguel’s been a good Ryder Cup player and he’s been a great Ryder Cup vice captain, but becoming a captain is different. From the time you get appointed there is more than a year and a half of activities, engagements, interviews and so on a new captain has to deal with." - On Miguel Angel Jimenez's English as a barrier to his candidacy as a Ryder Cup captain.
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“So it’s important that everyone he speaks to over that long period understands exactly what he is saying because sometimes words can be misinterpreted, and being a Ryder Cup captain is being the spokesman for the tour and the sponsors and so on, and then when the competition gets underway there’s so many speeches he will have to handle. The problem is that if English is not his first language, you can try to say something and it comes out so different compared to speaking in Spanish.” - On Miguel Angel Jimenez's English as a barrier to his candidacy as a Ryder Cup captain.
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"Haha that wasn't in the script, so I guess I will have to make it up from here in. Played really poorly today. Bad error on 15. Brain fart." - via Twitter, after forfeiting his Turkish Airlines Open lead with a Saturday 75.
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“I guess for the fans and stuff, it’s nice if it goes down to the last tournament. But on the other hand, I’m also a big believer in that if you have done something extraordinary to be able to achieve that, to win before the last tournament happens, why shouldn’t you be the winner?” - on Rory McIlroy wrapping up the Race to Dubai title early.
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“No, I don’t see myself competing again. I’m finished. I may go to play one tournament at some point, to have fun and to see some friends, but I don’t see myself competing again. I’m enjoying this part of my life.” - On enjoying early retirement with her husband and two children.
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"It's really been a dream season for me. It’s an honor to have my name now etched alongside such amazing players and legends of the game on the list of Rookie of the Year winners.” - on becoming the youngest to win the award in LPGA history
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"Today my dad comes specially to my mind. He taught me everything or almost everything I know about golf and I would have loved him to see me turning pro. I am sure he would be very proud and happy."
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