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“I feel like I need a win. Might not be enough. Tony is an ATM or top-10 machine, you know. He's been killing it and playing great golf. I feel like if I were Jim right now, I would pick him, to be completely honest. I could win and he could finish in second or third and, you know, I'd be happy with my win and wouldn't be disappointed with the year.” – The U.S. Ryder Cup hopeful, admitting he would choose Tony Finau over himself for the final captain’s pick even if he won the BMW Championship.
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“After going through an evaluation with my doctors and my physio team, we have all concurred that my right hand is not quite ready for competition yet. I’m extremely disappointed, but right now rehabbing my hand back to pain free is my absolute first priority!! Thank you all for staying patient with me and for all the words of encouragement!!!” – announcing on social media that she is withdrawing from the year’s final major championship because of a hand injury.
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“When I got the call from Jim and he asked if I would serve as a vice captain, I said, ‘Absolutely. Anything to help you out.’ But deep down, I wanted to make the team. I really wanted to play on it. I hadn’t started playing golf yet, but still it was a goal at the end of the season to make this team.” – The U.S. Ryder Cup captain’s pick, on getting the nod to play on his eighth Ryder Cup team.
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“I don’t know if I left it at: ‘If you do X, you’ll make the team,’ but I just said, ‘This is the situation we’re in, and we’ll be watching’ … “But there’s definitely a few guys that have separated themselves from the pack, for a couple of different reasons.” – The U.S. Ryder Cup captain, on his final captain’s pick.
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“Well, I just took a shower. I just got out of the shower and Davis actually texted me and said, ‘Give the captain a call.’" –The U.S. Ryder Cup captain’s pick, when asked where he was when he got the good news.
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“Certainly, this is most likely my last chance to go over to Europe and to be a part of a winning U.S. team in Europe. We haven't done that in 25 years. I set out this year, on really, a strong commitment and journey to get on the team.” – The U.S. Ryder Cup captain’s pick, acknowledging this could be his last Ryder Cup as a player on foreign soil.
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“I've hit hundreds of millions of putts [with it]. I've had it since '99. I just – my body just remembers it. When I go away from it, you know, when I was using the Nike putter, I would always bring it out and hit putts with it. Sometimes it works, but it just feels very familiar to me.” – on putting the Scotty Cameron putter back in the bag at the BMW and opening with an 8-under 62.
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“My mind will not be set on any kind of projections, I can promise you that. It’s not do or die for me.” – on being on the bubble for the FedExCup Playoff finale at East Lake.
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“It takes a lot longer for your body to recover. There’s not some magical pill that you can take to recover. There’s just sleep. Naturally, it’s very difficult to get your vitals back up to 100 percent.” – who won the first two FedExCup Playoff events, on why he is headed to Denver during his off-week to undergo muscle activation tests.
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''Of all my wins I'd definitely say that was the most difficult. I just managed to grind it out.'' – after successfully defending his Omega European Masters title.
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“I think Nike is trying to get out ahead of it and trying to do something special and I think they've done that. It's a beautiful spot and pretty powerful people in the spot.” – on Nike’s controversial ad featuring former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
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