"I'm not sure yet. I'll see what the missus says!"
--Euro Tour player Andy Sullivan on whether he’s going to take the commerical space flight he won for acing the 15th hole at the KLM Open on Sunday.
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“I'd quit the game before I do that.”
--Bubba Watson on hiring a swing coach or a mental game coach.
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“I feel good about my age. I'm turning 25 soon. I need to start wearing wrinkle cream, but that's about it.”
--Michelle Wie on going through growing phases as a player.
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"It's not the first time this year, either. I just had a ball go up someone's trouser at the Scottish Open in Aberdeen. I just need to stop hitting it off line and these things won't happen."
--Rory McIlroy on hitting a drive that landed in a spectator’s pocket in the second round of the Tour Championship.
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“He apologized for the way it went down. It was a little unfortunate for a tournament to end like that with everyone being rushed.”
--Rickie Fowler on getting an apology from PGA of America President Ted Bishop for how the PGA Championship at Valhalla ended.
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“They took strong action in very egregious situations and they spoke about it. We're comfortable with the policies we have right now.”
--PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem on whether the NFL’s suspension of Ray Rice or the NBA forcing Donald Sterling to sell the Clippers has made him rethink the Tour’s policy of not publicizing suspensions.
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"He might need a bigger team room, he might as well have 12 vice-captains, one for each player."
--Ian Woosnam on European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley selecting five vice-captains.
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"Tom won’t be kicking himself for not picking me but he will probably be wanting to kick me for not playing like this a little earlier."
--Billy Horschel, winner of the last two Tour events, on being left off Tom Watson's U.S. Ryder Cup team. Watson made his captain's picks before Horschel's wins.
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“What I'm saying is afterwards you should have a pint in your hand, you should shake the other guy's hands and say ‘Congrats, you played well," and leave it all out on the golf course and realize what we're out there for and why and it should be friendly.”
--Jim Furyk on how the Ryder Cup should be both competitive and friendly.
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“If she wants to caddie, she can caddie.”
--Patrick Reed on whether his wife Justine will be caddying for him at the Ryder Cup in Scotland later this month.
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