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"There's been a few disappointing moments; there's been a few highs as well. But 2015 won't be a year that I look back on at the end of my career. It was a bit of a learning curve but not one with great success."
2 / 9
''Representing Asia in the Presidents Cup is a huge step for both myself and the golf scene in Thailand. I hope this achievement will inspire not only Thai golfers, but the country as a whole. I am proud to say that I'm a Thai, and Thailand is now a part of this honorable event.''
3 / 9
''If we're not more diverse in the next 25, 50, 100 years, the sport's in trouble. … We have a history that maybe we have to live down a little.” - the PGA of America CEO, speaking at the Sports Diversity & Inclusion Symposium
4 / 9
“After hitting balls, when I could get through it, my wrist would be quite sore. It just got real sore last night, very sore this morning and it made me realize it just wasn’t going to be possible. I just didn’t have enough time to heal.” – on not being able to play in the Presidents Cup because of a wrist injury
5 / 9
"It's an honor to win Player of the Year because it is the MVP of our league and it's voted upon by the players. For them to recognize the hard work that we put in and what we've been able to do with it is truly special."
6 / 9
"No question, it's going to be massive for what this event is going to do for golf in Asia." - on the Presidents Cup being played in South Korea
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“I think he has a clear understanding with where he’s at in regard to his career that the sun is setting. He’s very fair about where he’s at with his career and his body, and he’s certainly not going to go down without a fight, without trying to do everything he can to get back to a world-class level.” – on what's next for Tiger Woods
8 / 9
''Golf is a fond memory of mine. 'I've been watching more and more. I miss the competition a little bit. Watching these young guys like Jordan Spieth is bringing me back to watch.'' - in his first interview in three years
9 / 9
“I never won a point that felt so bad in my entire life. I feel like it just took away the greatness of the Solheim.” - in an exclusive Golf Channel interview, on her Solheim Cup controversy
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