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“I've proven to myself that I've still got a little bit of golf game left and that was the biggest question that I asked myself. Am I going to be competitive enough? I've played one tournament and made one cut. Still a long way to go, but I know there is still a lot of game there and that I can come out here and compete. Hopefully it's only going to go upward from here.” - after making the cut at the Frys.com Open
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“Walking down the fairway on 17, I told Brian ‘It's 59 or nothing’... Gave it a good try, it’s too bad it just kind of shaved the edge on 18.” – after narrowly missing the first 59 in European Tour history
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<p>Question: "How do you balance those emotions of what you've been through but realizing that this is your job, your profession, that golf has to be number one?"
Lyle: "Beer... that’s what balances it, mate."
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"I've had a very good record here... Maybe just one time I was out of top 10. Last year, I came close. I was second. So this year, I improved.''
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“This year has been a little disappointing that I haven’t won. So I’d like to change that... I feel like I’m playing well. I’m knocking on the door the last few weeks, even in Europe. I felt like I had a couple of chances to win.”
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“It’s great, we’re really happy. Our little girl is super healthy and she’s doing great… In an ideal world we would be together and spending time, but I appreciate my opportunity to be on the PGA Tour, and I felt like I really wanted to come back and play this week. So I had to make sure I made it count.”
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“We thank Cindy for her leadership throughout the years as she had led the development and growth of Nike’s golf business worldwide... Under Cindy’s direction, Nike Golf has steadily delivered profitable growth year after year since 2009.” - on Cindy Davis' decision to retire from Nike Golf
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“It was bittersweet in terms of I would have liked to have been there in Scotland, but that’s OK with me... It was just fun to watch a Ryder Cup in Scotland, and how much the crowds and everyone got into it.” - the Scotsman said after surging into contention at the Frys.com Open
Image of Bryson DeChambeau and how his body has transformed, through the years, from an NCAA champion to becoming a multiple PGA Tour winner.
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A look at some of the best photos from the TaylorMade Driving Relief, won by the team of Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson.