“I just think it’s the random, arbitrary nature of golf.”
Coach Sean Foley on Tiger Woods’ five-year major drought.
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“You know what? If I play like I did this week, I'm going to win one, for sure."
HSBC Champions winner Dustin Johnson on when he’ll win his first major.
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“It was kind of tough to focus when playing with Dustin Johnson, hitting it 350 yards in the middle of the fairways. It was kind of a little demoralizing at times.”
Graeme McDowell on playing with long-hitting Dustin Johnson at the HSBC Champions.
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"Can Lindsey Vonn sue you for this?”
ESPN’s Michael Wilbon to his Pardon the Interruption co-host Tony Kornheiser, who dressed as Lindsey Vonn for Halloween.
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“We believe the warm weather put off some of our pay-at-the-gate customers."
R&A spokesman on why attendance at the 2013 Open Championship at Muirfield was relatively sparse. Single-day Open tickets cost 75 pounds ($120 US).
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“I've played well so many times in that tournament, that I believe it will happen soon.”
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“Obviously Phil and Keegan are great friends, as we know, they play Ryder Cups and Presidents Cups together, so I just asked them to keep the high‑fives to a minimum out there today.”
Justin Rose on being paired with Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley at the HSBC Champions in Shanghai.
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“I still think there's a good bit of work that needs to be done to my game, but it's all heading in the right direction.”
Rory McIlroy after finishing sixth at the HSBC Champions in Shanghai.
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“I feel sometimes we are pressured in some way to play golf as much as we are, and we have to be very, very careful with our schedule to make sure that we have a fine balance of a good home life and a good business balance to be able to make sure we're playing the best golf we possibly can."
Ian Poulter on the difficulties of keeping both PGA Tour and European Tour cards.
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“Historically, the elite player comes first; strong growth comes second, and certainly that's been the case in the United States since Arnold Palmer came along in 1960 and it's been 40, 50 years of continuous growth.”
PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem on the PGA Tour’s new China Series.
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