1 / 9
"The (Europeans) just played better... It doesn't make any difference how much planning you do, if the other team plays better, they're going to win." - on the 2014 Ryder Cup
2 / 9
“When I had teams and guys had problems, we went back to the team room and talked about it. That's where the conversation should be… I feel the same about the task force thing. That's sort of overkill. We've had 70 years of the Ryder Cup, and it's gotten along just fine. The pendulum will swing back without making a monumental thing about it."
3 / 9
“I think this is a great step by the PGA to accomplish what we all want – to win the Ryder Cup... The Ryder Cup is very important to every player who has the honor to represent his country. I’m excited to be part of this group.” - on joining the Ryder Cup task force
4 / 9
"The golf side was a terrible experience because I only played in two matches... I showed up in Scotland really ready to play and excited to play, and when you sit through three matches in a row, it's tough. So the golf part for me stunk, I'm not going to lie. I mean, if I said the golf was great, you could call me a liar, and we didn't win. If I sit three matches and we win, I'll have a different answer."
5 / 9
“It makes a big statement in my opinion... But we have a lot of work to do. I thought it was a wonderful idea and I’m really excited and anxious to hear the ideas.” - on joining the Ryder Cup task force
6 / 9
''My hip has been bothering me for a while and it will not keep me out of playing in the rest of the tournaments. I will bite the bullet and hope an elbow can improve my condition. Maybe I might even do some Chinese acupuncture,'' - after a tough weekend at the Hong Kong Open
7 / 9
''I felt quite calm on that playoff. We were wondering how to play that hole because the pin was placed in a tricky position and you can easily make a bogey. It would have been nice to win with a birdie and on a positive note but I will take it,'' - on winning the Hong Kong Open
8 / 9
''So going into the final nine, my goal was to come into the top 5 and so I really concentrated on every hole and I started making birdies... 'It all started to kind of work for me from then on.'' - on getting her first LPGA win
9 / 9
“I didn’t say no...I said not yet. I think everything is going too fast. It’s just too soon to make that kind of decision when emotions are involved... “I just didn’t want to jump on a task force right away."
Images from the European players and their wives and girlfriends at the 43rd Ryder Cup gala.
Image of Bryson DeChambeau and how his body has transformed, through the years, from an NCAA champion to becoming a multiple PGA Tour winner.
Here's a look at some of the best photos of the Match II with Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning, Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady from Medalist Golf Club.