"We don't enjoy each other's company. You don't need to be a rocket engineer to figure that out."
--Sergio Garcia after a frosty third round playing with Tiger Woods at the Players Championship.
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“Not real surprising that he's complaining about something."
--Tiger Woods on hearing that Sergio Garcia said Woods shouldn’t have pulled a club from his bag while Garcia was about to hit a shot when they played together in the third round of the Players Championship.
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“I put the green jacket on every morning. It’s been a lot of fun just wearing it around the house.”
--Masters champion Adam Scott on how he's been enjoying the green jacket.
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"Like a set of tires, you can only run so many miles before tread starts showing."
--Johnny Miller on Tiger Woods' injury history.
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“Thanks for taking a kid from Seattle and putting him in the Hall of Fame. This is the coolest night of my life."
--Fred Couples at the conclusion of his Hall of Fame inductions speech before he left the stage with his arms raised and tears in his eyes.
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“If I can just hit a few solid long irons, who knows what could happen?”
--55-year-old Nick Faldo on his decision to play the British Open at Muirfield this summer. Faldo won the 1987 and 1992 Open Championships at Muirfield.
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“I told him that since I got the hole-in-one he ought to give us everything we want on entitlement reform."
--Republican Sen. Saxby Chambliss [left] on making a hole-in-one during his round with President Obama.
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"I have always tried to have the finishing holes to be 5-3-4 or 4-3-5 because of the diversification. I think the short par 3 at the TPC in Jacksonville has done its job."
--Pete Dye on designing the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass.
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“It was Adele. I didn't sing it quite as well as her, but it played every morning on the radio, so it was a song stuck in my head that week."
--Rory McIlroy on the song that was in his head when he won the 2011 U.S. Open.
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"I'm perfectly fine."
--Vijay Singh declining to talk with a reporter after missing the cut at the Players Championship. Singh has sued the PGA Tour for violating his rights when the PGA Tour tried to suspend him for Singh’s alleged use of a banned substance.
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