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“Lots of thought & hard work by @USGA and @RandA to modernize our rules. Great work to benefit the game.” – tweeting about the USGA and R&A’s proposed changes to the Rules of Golf
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“Fact is, there's an old boys club based in New Jersey that have never hit a shot on Tour who make decisions that affect our families...and the best part...they don't even know the rules! See 2016 US Open. I think the changes are moving the right direction for golf, but I think professional golf should have its own book.” – tweeting about the USGA and R&A’s proposed changes to the Rules of Golf
3 / 10
“I disagree! Lining up players has nothing to do with pace of play. I get 40 [seconds], I should be able to do what I want!” – on a proposed rule that would prohibit caddies from lining up players
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“Some of the rule changes I think are really good, especially the ball on the putting green when you don't feel like you caused it to move and you're still getting a penalty, that to me makes no sense.” – on one of the proposed changes to the rules of golf, the rule that caused him so much trouble last year at Oakmont
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“The good thing is mentally he's in a good place. He's got other things in his life that he's interested in and it's not as if it's just golf. He struggled with his body over the past couple years and it's unfortunate because it just won't allow him to do what he wants to do. It's tough, but I know that he's working hard to try and get back.” – on his recent lunch with Tiger Woods
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“I was a little bit taken aback by the blowback I received but I get why. I was just doing what I felt was respectful and the president of the United States phones you up and wants to play golf with you, I wasn't going to say no, like I don't agree with everything that he says but it is what it is.” - on his decision to accept Donald Trump's invitation to play a round of golf
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"He was in a no-win situation, and that's the problem. When you get asked by the President of the United States to go play a game of golf, it's very hard to say no. If he hadn't played, he would have been taking a very strong political position, which would have created a lot of furor in the other direction." – on the backlash Rory McIlroy has faced since his round with President Donald Trump
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"Image wise, our position is clear. We will only go to a club that has non-discrimination." – insisting that Kasumigaseki Golf Club admit women members or lose its spot as host course for the 2020 Olympics
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“Phil rode his luck out there, but jeez, if I was hitting it off the tee like he did today, there's no way I would shoot 68. Like I would be a mess if I was hitting it the way he was today. I guess that's the difference between us. I like to see it going down the fairway and playing nice that way, where he goes like [sideways] and shoots two better than me, so there you go.” – Phil Mickelson’s scrambling Saturday 68
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“I swung it terribly yesterday. It was far and away the most disgusted I've ever been with my golf swing. I sent it to my dad and I told him I wanted to throw up after watching the video, it was so bad.” – on his golf swing in Round 1 at the WGC-Mexico Championsip. Two days later, he made an ace at took the outright lead at the WGC
Image of Bryson DeChambeau and how his body has transformed, through the years, from an NCAA champion to becoming a multiple PGA Tour winner.
Here's a look at some of the best photos of the Match II with Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning, Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady from Medalist Golf Club.
A look at some of the best photos from the TaylorMade Driving Relief, won by the team of Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson.