Best Quotes Of Week: Bay Hill

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“The thing I probably love the most is driving out with the championship trophy under my arm.” --Arnold Palmer on his favorite thing about Augusta National.
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“It's still a golf course I'd love to play barefoot, because there's not a single thing misplaced on that whole entire golf course.” Patrick Reed on why he’d like to play barefoot at Augusta National.
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“It was probably the gator that needed to be worried, that I wasn't going to bite him.” --Henrik Stenson on whether he was worried about holding a baby alligator at his son’s birthday party.
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“Tiger wants to be an engineer. Tiger used to be an artist. He’s an engineer now. He has so much going on in his head.” --Paul Azinger on how Tiger Woods has changed as a golfer.
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“What’s he supposed to do, think he’s in the top 45?” Michael Jordan on why he supports Patrick Reed saying he’s one the five best players in the world.
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“There is an element to these guys being a little spoiled over here on the PGA Tour, if the greens drop below 10 on the Stimp, the heads are off. Or if there's too much sand in the traps or the rough is an inch longer than normal.” --Graeme McDowell on how PGA Tour players are softer than European Tour players.
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"I couldn't stop laughing. It was nice to get some support." --Kevin Na on seeing fans wearing “Kevin Na, Worth The Wait” T-shirt at Bay Hill on Satuday. Na was heckled constantly at Bay Hill for slow play.
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“I could have hit five shots by now in my prime.” --Johnny Miller watching J.B. Holmes take his time over an approach shot on 18 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Miller added that Holmes made Kevin Na “look like Superman.”
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“Jim Furyk is probably the slowest player on this PGA Tour.” --Brandel Chamblee on why Kevin Na is being unfairly singled out for playing slow.
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“I played with Sam Snead when he was 66, 67, he was more flexible than I was and I was like half his age. If you take care of yourself, you can do it.” --Jim Thorpe on how to play good golf at age 63.