"There's no words to describe what it means to me, you need to be into my skin but I'm not going to let you."
--Miguel Angel Jimenez on winning the Spanish Open to become the European Tour’s first over-50 winner.
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“I don't think he's going to play the U.S. Open. I don't think he's hitting golf balls at this point.”
--Suzann Pettersen on her golf buddy Tiger Woods.
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“I don't really get much say‑so in it, but right now there is not a date scheduled so we're just enjoying our time.”
--Dustin Johnson on whether he and fiancee Paulina Gretzky have set a date for their wedding.
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“That's what I think people don't realize. It was a good stroke and a good read, but at the end of the day to make a good putt like that, you need a little fortune, too.”
--Martin Kaymer on his 28-foot par-saving putt on 17 that helped him win the Players.
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“I've already got my favorite player, Phil Mickelson, so maybe my No. 2, Adam Scott.”
--Lydia Ko on how she’s looking forward to getting autographs when the USGA host the U.S. Open and the U.S. Women’s Open back to back at Pinehurst.
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“I feel like the depth has increased that much more in the past 10 or 15 years. You tee off a lot of weeks in the mid‑90s and you could probably pick out 50 or 60 guys you might expect to win now you can get to 100 pretty easy, and that's the big difference.”
--David Duval on why it’s harder to win on Tour today than ever before.
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“I get very lucky on the golf course normally so one of these days it will happen on Sunday.”
--Jordan Spieth on being in the final group at the Masters and the Players Championship this year but not winning.
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“I'm glad he's an American, and he will be on Ryder Cup teams, and I would love to be his partner.”
--Keegan Bradley on Jordan Spieth.
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“If you try to quantify what the zone was, it wasn't like it was the best ball-striking round you've ever seen, I missed fairway and shots even on that 27. It was the fact that I was so into every single shot and I was in the moment.”
--Paul Casey on shooting 27 on the back nine Friday at the Byron Nelson Championship.
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“I'm not as old as them! I'm not!”
--Padraig Harrington on whether the Byron Nelson leadboard was a throwback because he, David Duval, Mike Weir and Retief Goosen were all on it.
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