1 / 10
“In the future.” – when asked on a recent podcast when he’ll be back
2 / 10
“Oh, I didn’t watch [Olympic] golf. I’d rather watch the sports that should be in the Olympics. I’d rather watch the athletes who train for four years for that one week. I’d rather watch swimming and diving, track and field – the athletes that are relevant for one week. All of our [golf] athletes are relevant 24-7, 365. I just don’t see the need for golf to be in the Olympics. Same thing with basketball. It’s relevant all the time. LeBron James, Kevin Durant? They’re relevant all the time.”
3 / 10
“[T]he fact that it put a kink in our schedule this year irritates me. To mess with the four tournaments that matter most because you’re at the Olympics, I’ve got a strong, strong disdain for that.”
4 / 10
“Obviously it pleasantly surprised me. There was more people at the golf events than there was at the athletic events. It was good to see, it really was. To see the crowds and see the turnout, I was glad to be somewhat proven wrong.” – offering a new view on Olympic golf, one sharply in contrast with his prior criticism
5 / 10
“You can drink out of the claret jug, and I guess the Olympic gold would be a nice coaster for a glass of wine.”
6 / 10
“You have become the daughter of the Korean people.” – to Inbee at the airport in Incheon, South Korea when she arrived home with her gold medal
7 / 10
“I almost wore it the whole night. I think it’s why my neck is a bit tight.” – on celebrating with her silver medal
8 / 10
“I’m setting some pretty lofty goals for myself the next six weeks, and it needs to cap off with us retaining that Ryder Cup. That’s very much on my mind. I’m pretty excited about the FedEx Cup Playoffs obviously, and trying to repeat as the guy standing on the 18th green at East Lake, now the ninth green. But if we can build that momentum and carry it over into that Ryder Cup, that’s our really next major in my opinion.”
9 / 10
“Apparently my parents’ house has been inundated with golf equipment from different manufacturers. I haven’t asked for it, but it’s there.” – on the barrage of offers he’s received since Nike announced it was getting out of the equipment business
10 / 10
“I’m happy with everything right now. I don’t think it’s the time or the place to change what I feel like I’m very comfortable with. I don’t really expect to sign with anyone next year. I’d rather just have a year of going and playing what I want and being comfortable, and if I come across something that I really like and I’m really comfortable with, obviously I’ll look to sign a longer-term deal.” – on whether or not he’ll be replacing his current Nike equipment in the near future
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