1 / 9
''Is it four? Listen, I'm too old, I can't remember that stuff.'' – after breaking his age for the fourth time on PGA Tour Champions, shooting a 65 two days short of his 67th birthday
2 / 9
''It's possible. Maybe here, maybe this week.'' – asked about the possibility of shooting his age (59)
3 / 9
"It was hard emotionally [for us], and it was hard emotionally for Tiger. I spoke with him a couple times, and he was upset, and I was upset.” – on Tiger Woods’ reaction to Nike’s decision to get out of the golf equipment business
4 / 9
“I walked into his dining room and it was like going into a PGA [Tour] Superstore now that Nike’s equipment line no longer exists. Every single manufacturer had sent equipment in there, and he’s trying a variety of different things, trying to get a sense of where he’s going to go from this point on.” – on manufacturers sending equipment for Tiger Woods to try
5 / 9
''We can all throw out stats that are self-promoting, But this is the first time I've ever led the tour in scoring. That's a really good sign for me because the only statistic that matters is what you shoot. The fact I've led the tour in scoring but don't have a win would really validate ... all the things I've had going this year.” – on his pursuit of the Vardon Trophy
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"It's going to be difficult for me to watch the Ryder Cup but I probably will and I'll be rooting for the team of course. I wish them all the best and hope they win. Of course, I feel like I deserve to be there and should be playing but I'm not, so I have to respect the decision that's been made.” – on not being picked for the uropean Ryder Cup team
7 / 9
“I had to phone Russell and tell him yesterday. It was probably one of the toughest calls I've had to make. But the way Thomas has played golf over the last four weeks has impressed me so much I found it impossible to leave him out." –on why he picked Thomas Pieters over Knox
8 / 9
“Given the summer I’ve had, maybe I should have torn it even earlier.” – joking that all of his summer success, including winning his first major title, might have extended further back in time had he torn a ligament in his right knee even sooner
9 / 9
"FedExCup is a huge goal of everybody's. Guys talk about it constantly, they talk about it like they talk about majors. It's a life-changing type of event to win.”
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