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"It is with great pride that the PGA of America welcomes this exceptional class into the PGA of America Hall of Fame, who by their achievements have made significant and lasting contributions to our Association and the game of golf.” – on this year’s HOF inductees, Lee Trevino, Payne Stewart, Charlie Sifford and Tommy Bolt.
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“It’s almost comical, like, ‘How was your offseason?’ It was two weeks.” – on the PGA Tour’s offseason, or lack thereof.
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"It was just really nice, totally unexpected, I never thought we'd have a chance in the world to meet him." – on President Barack Obama crash her wedding at Torrey Pines
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“If I thought about the rankings, the awards, it’s just way too much. It’s hard enough to try to hit the ball straight out there.” – on staying focused at the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship, where she could have returned to No. 1 in the world.
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“It’s a journey. It’s not just a sprint. If it was a sprint I would be already done, for sure.” – on becoming the first African American golfer to earn his PGA Tour card via the Web.com Tour.
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“That gives me motivation not because other guys are doing well, but just because of the position I’m in. I want to start winning tournaments again, and seeing them win five times a year and winning majors, it’s something I feel I’ve done before and feel like I can do again.” – on being motivated after losing his No. 1 ranking to Jordan Spieth and Jason Day.
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“Would have put me out of my misery.” – joking about nearly getting drilled by PGA Tour rookie Emiliano Grillo's tee shot during the third round of the Frys.com Open
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“A lot of doubt, but it was nice just to get away from it. It was giving me gray hairs. It was frustrating me, and I just needed to get away from it and not spend every minute thinking about golf.” – The two-time cancer survivor, who continued his PGA Tour comeback attempt this week at the Frys.com Open, on his decision to step away from the game last year
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“Hopefully it will create some type of transparency between the Tour and the players. I hope what happened to me doesn’t happen to anyone else. Understanding the policy and agreeing with it are two different things, but I should have checked. Hopefully it makes guys more aware to what is going on.” – on returning from a 90-day suspension for violating the PGA Tour’s anti-doping policy for taking an over-the-counter supplement, DHEA, for fatigue
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“It was great for me because no one knew who I was. I just walked to the next tee. I signed one autograph the whole day; they figured I was just part of an entourage.” – on playing the Frys.com pro-am with NBA stars Stephen Curry and Andre Iguodala
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“After this we’re going to go to the vineyard and check it out. Excited about that.” – after an opening 68 at the Frys.com in the Napa, Calif.
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"I don’t really think it’s appropriate to give players leadership roles in an event they didn’t show interest or passion for when they were competitors. If they had, Tiger Woods would have had a record more commensurate with what he did in match play (almost a 90 percent win rate). He was 13-17-3 in the Ryder Cup." – voicing his opinion that Woods and Phil Mickelson shouldn’t be Ryder Cup captains in the future
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“He [Woods] was watching at home and he just had to call. He was talking about all the things he thought we needed to do, and he had a lot of ideas.” – on the phone call he received from Tiger Woods during the Presidents Cup, in which Love says Woods volunteered to be an assistant captain on the 2016 U.S. Ryder Cup team
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"If you've been paying attention to the last few Ryder Cups or Presidents Cups, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods have become respected leaders of this team. Whether you're playing in Korea or Medinah, these guys have stepped up to the plate and been leaders. So now the players respect them, they look to them for leadership and they're expecting that in the future." – defending Woods and Mickelson.
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