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"I don't know what they think they saw, or what they think they heard, but it was far from the truth." - on the Dan Patrick Show, denying a report by a British newspaper that he and Dustin Johnson had to be separated while visiting the European team room after the Ryder Cup
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"Whatever altercation started, or whatever happened, it was very brief, it was very short. Neither one of them really took anything out of it. In fact, they both hopped in a cab not long after that and went out together for a little while, woke up in the morning like nothing happened. They're like brothers. Brothers may argue, brothers get into it. But they're as close as they've ever been and it really had no effect on either one of them." - the U.S. Ryder Cup captain, speaking to Golf Channel Insider Tim Rosaforte
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“It’s so easy to look at the captains and say it’s their fault, but at the end of the day we didn’t play well enough. The Europeans played exponentially better than we did – that’s why they beat us as bad as they did." - on the U.S. loss in the Ryder Cup
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"When I started looking at who (Tiger Woods) would pair well with, I kept coming back to Patrick Reed. There was always the idea that we could go Tiger and JT (Justin Thomas), and Patrick and Jordan (Spieth), but ultimately they knew going into the week, weeks in advance, they knew they would start the Ryder Cup with Patrick and Tiger being partners." - contradicting Patrick Reed's claim that he was blindsided by not being paired in the Ryder Cup with Spieth
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“It’s a week that you’re sort of pumped up with adrenaline, anyway, that you could probably play on one leg.” - revealing that he was playing despite back pain during the Ryder Cup, in which he compiled a 5-0 record
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"I've made a bit of a mistake this year that I'm going to learn from as far as playing too many events in a row, and not being able to recover and be as sharp as I want to be when I do play. That's something I'll have to work on in the coming months and years."
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"I actually, I was too lazy. I didn't vote. I don't know, I would never vote for myself. I just couldn't do it." - the winner of the PGA Tour's Player of the Year award, on being asked who received his vote
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''Not only myself but all my teammates felt a lot of pressure coming into this tournament. I am really happy we overcame that stress.'' - on the Korean team feeling pressure to win the UL International Crown, which was played in South Korea
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“Whenever anybody is placed in the environment of being chairman of Augusta National, with all of the wonderful infrastructure and the intellect and the experience of the staff and incredible membership, to be quite honest it’s not really difficult to do some good things if you try hard. And my job was to try to have a pretty good idea every now and then and then turn it over to the staff and the members, and I’m very proud of what they then did.” - on being voted into the World Golf Hall of Fame
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“I’ve had my speech researched for not getting in – the odds were so low. I didn’t think of anything to say if I’ve actually gotten in." - the veteran trick-shot artist, who is paralyzed from the waist down, on his surprise at finally being voted into the World Golf Hall of Fame
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“I haven’t slept at all. Every time I woke up I was like, Why am I so happy? And it’s because I’m in the Hall of Fame!” - the former LPGA star, on being voted into the World Golf Hall of Fame
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“It was a little bit of a shock. You forget maybe what you’ve done over the game through the years, and I’m glad that what I’ve done for the game has gotten me into this position.” - the two-time U.S. Open winner, on being voted into the World Golf Hall of Fame
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"She finally gets her due in the Hall of Fame.” - the president of the World Golf Hall of Fame, speaking of 2019 inductee Peggy Kirk Bell (pictured) , a former player, teacher and course owner who was known for her strong advocacy of women's golf and will be inducted in the lifetime achievement category
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"Unfortunately my country is having some horrible issues and renewing your passport is one of them." - the Venezuela native, via Twitter, on having to withdraw from the CIMB Classic in Malaysia because of an inability to get his passport renewed in time
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