1 / 10
“It was more his decision than mine – I was a little surprised. Now I am looking for someone who is energetic, upbeat and brings a good energy to the round.” -- Donald on his former caddie, John McLaren, leaving his bag
2 / 10
“I made the mistake of opening my Twitter account and I was devastated to read some of the messages on there. I know Suzann has had it a million times worse; that’s the power of social media." -- European Solheim Cup captain Carin Koch on the reaction from the Suzann Pettersen controversy
3 / 10
"We spotted the Internationals’ best team two holes and they still couldn’t beat us. Just sayin’." -- Mickelson on halving a match with Adam Scott and Jason Day despite Lefty's rules gaffe
4 / 10
“Phil made the mistake of violating the one-ball condition, and we made the mistake of not telling him he could continue to play the hole.” -- PGA Tour vice president of rules and competition Mark Russell
5 / 10
“I was very frustrated out there. I was very frustrated that I couldn't help my team. And that's why I probably threw my putter a couple times . . . only a couple times."
6 / 10
“Phil can be a pretty energetic guy. He likes to let some stuff out, and I'm a pretty mellow guy out there. I said, rather than getting up there and doing a chest bump or the big 'ol whatever, we just kept it simple. Just a nice, classy handshake when things went well.”
7 / 10
“We wanted Jordan in slot No. 8, 9, 10, somewhere in there. They [Spieth and Day] played the last two days, so not a head-to-head personal battle, but they have played a lot of that golf during the season. So I don't know if it was a make-or-break for the Presidents Cup if they played or didn't play.” -- Haas on why he didn't put Spieth against Day in the Sunday singles
8 / 10
“Phil made a huge mental error, and then they [the rule officials] compounded it a little bit. But if he hadn't been speeding, he wouldn't have got a ticket. So I don't have a problem with it.”
9 / 10
“We both played very poor rounds of golf and we didn't have many chances, so it was Merry Christmas to the other guys." -- Spieth on he and Dustin Johnson losing to Branden Grace and Louis Oosthuzen
10 / 10
“It was extremely dark. I would call it unplayable.” -- Spieth on finishing the Saturday fourball matches in the dark
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