1 / 9
"The USGA refuses to budge. One reason may be the players themselves. Most if not all of them are members of the Ladies' Professional Golf Association, and they're acting like good little girls and remaining mute, or saying they don't see a problem with their most important tournament at a course owned by the country's leading misogynist." - on the U.S. Women's Open being held at Donald Trump's golf course
2 / 9
"It ain't as fly as it used to be." - on golf without Tiger Woods
3 / 9
"Honestly, it should be the best 12 players from Europe versus the best 12 players from the United States. For me, there shouldn't be anything to do with membership of tours. To have a guy like Paul Casey not on our team when he is playing some of the best golf in the world right now, it definitely hurt us." - on what he would change about qualifying for the European Ryder Cup team
4 / 9
"I am excited to make my return at the Hero World Challenge at Albany and play in this terrific tournament." - in a release announcing he will play in his charity event
5 / 9
"Certainly this is no longer the saddest hole-in-one in my life. My 9-year-old son recently asked me if I'd ever made a hole-in-one to win a car, and I'll be happy to tell him now that I have." - in a release after Cadillac announced it was awarding Kuchar a car after he made an ace last week and was denied the car due to a technicality
6 / 9
"I do not see pulling out of events as the right approach to take. I was a little bit surprised and disappointed to learn that Rory was pulling out in the media. He did not contact me." - on his reaction to Rory McIlroy withdrawing from the Turkish Airlines Open
7 / 9
"There's a lot of scaremongering. Obviously here it's a slightly bigger issue, but everything about the place is great. They have to put more security in and pay attention, but is it more dangerous here than anywhere else? I'm not really sure." - on players withdrawing from the Turkish Airlines Open
8 / 9
"It just comes and goes, couple of good days and a couple bad days. To be honest I don't really want to be out there playing golf." - on the state of his game
9 / 9
"I hate carts anyways, but when you're hurting like this, it would be a help." - on his return from a knee injury
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