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"While I continue to work hard on getting healthy, I am not physically ready to play in this year's U.S. Open and the Quicken Loans National. I am making progress, but I'm not yet ready for tournament competition.”
2 / 8
"I want to thank everyone for their continued support. The positive texts, emails and calls I have received have been incredible. I want to wish Mike Davis, Diana Murphy, the USGA, the players and everyone at Oakmont a very successful week.”
3 / 8
“Moreover, physiologically, what that win did is it validated that ‘I’m still here.’ I’ll use the term panic in the media. As so much is made out by the media, it’s unwarranted from the perspective of in the athlete’s mind, in the performer’s camp as well. It doesn’t do, really, justice as to how difficult this game is sometimes.” – Spieth’s longtime swing coach on Spieth’s win at Colonial and the perception of his pupil in the media
4 / 8
''I was quite nervous this morning. I don't think I was this nervous when I was going for a major championship. This a very, very special feeling. And I'm really going to enjoy Hall of Fame.'' – on officially qualifying for the LPGA Hall of Fame
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“It’s a great feeling because it's not just about major championships or winning tournaments. It's not just about the smiles that are in a career. It's about the tears. It's about the frustration. It's about the happiness. It's about the success, everything.”
6 / 8
“It feels very special because it starts back to when I just started playing golf, watching a lot of players on TV and thinking that I wanted to be there. I wanted to be on the LPGA tour... I wanted to be up with the greatest players in history.”
7 / 8
“To be honest, it was not easy to face her again at the tournament site. But it was nice to see her back, at the same time. Things can happen. Things got screwed up, but like I said before, what’s done is done. We are cool now.” – on playing with Ha Na Jang at the Women’s PGA. Jang’s father in March dropped a 15-pound travel bag that went crashing down an airport escalator in Singapore and hit Chun in the tailbone, knocking Chun out of three tournaments while she recuperated
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“I’d like to cut down some of these trees.” – on the tight layout at Sahalee, site of this week’s KPMG Women’s PGA Championship
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