They Said It! Top 10 Quotes of the Week for Phoenix Open

Tiger_quote1. "It was just so friggin' slow. We played just over three hours and nine holes, and three of them are par threes. It's like, come on, you know. I started losing my patience a little bit." --Tiger Woods on the slow pace of play in his final round Monday at Farmer Insurance Open

  Garrigus_quote2. “I ate at the golf course with my wife and my son, the guy drove us to the private airport, took off at 1:10, flew to the Phoenix airport, got in my car, drove home, unpacked kind of, like chucked my suitcases in the closet, sat down, turned the TV on and Tiger is on 17. And I was like, ‘Wow, is he pissed right now.’” --Robert Garrigus on playing in the Farmers Insurance Open in the morning and arriving in Phoenix before it ended   Vijay_quote3. “I’m guessing that Vijay Singh doesn’t know the product has been called out by the PGA Tour specifically.” --Sports Illustrated’s David Epstein on the magazine’s story about how Singh had used deer-antler spray, which contains a substance banned by the PGA Tour.   Westwood_quote   4. “You have to be careful about what you take. I try not to take anything now, really, other than Corona and vodka.'' --Lee Westwood on Vijay Singh’s deer antler spray

  Paddy_quote   5. “As much as we spend all our time trying to be consistent, it's the inconsistent wins that are probably the most important thing.” --Padraig Harrington at the Phoenix Open  
  Phil_quote   6. “There's a big barrier, a Berlin Wall barrier, between 59 and 60.”

--Phil Mickelson after his putt for 59 just lipped out in first round of the Phoenix Open
  Bones_quote   7. “Obviously the golf gods giveth and they taketh away, so there you have it.” -- Jim "Bones" Mackay, Mickelson’s caddie, on the missed putt for 59  
  Rory_forweb 8. “Golf needs a younger and more athletic image, and Nike has always had that. I'm young enough. I'm not sure I'm athletic enough. But I'll try!" --Rory McIlroy on his endorsement deal with Nike     Sergio_quote9. “Unfortunately, we started making birdies and eagles, and I thought, ‘Well, what do we do now?’”  --Sergio Garcia on making four birdies and an eagle on the front nine when he was considering withdrawing from the Omega Dubai Classic with a sore shoulder  

Lacava_quote   10. "I tried to get him to play." -- Caddie Joe LaCava on his boss Tiger Woods not playing the Northern Trust Open at Riviera this year

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by Kevin Cunningham