Best Quotes Of Week: Bridgestone Invitational

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"He's 10 back." --Sergio Garcia on Tiger Woods' comments after Friday’s round that making up a seven-shot deficit was doable.
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“That might be the most expensive tee shot of all time.” --David Ferhety on Sergio Garcia’s wayward drive that knocked the diamond off a spectator’s ring at the Bridgestone Invitational on Sunday. The diamond was later found.
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“I've had Achilles injuries, obviously knee surgeries, but this thing is just way different. It's way more debilitating than I thought.” --Tiger Woods on recovering from back surgery.
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“There's people that are going to think golf's dorky forever, but it's just the way it is. You're not going to get everyone to be out playing golf.” --Rickie Fowler on how golf can increase its appeal to young people.
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“It definitely left a sour taste, but it's not like something with the Yankees and the Red Sox and we were playing a four‑day series and we lost yesterday.” --Jim Furyk on whether losing the 2012 Ryder Cup at Medinah will help motivate the American team in Scotland this fall.
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“It's like balancing a recipe for dessert. Can't be all sugar. My mother said the secret to a great berry pie is you pick four ripe berries and one not so ripe.” --Johnny Miller on his approach to announcing golf.
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“The trend has been to build courses that are too hard for the average golfer. I am guilty of that as everybody else is.” --Jack Nicklaus on golf-course design.
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“I want to make the most of it because golf's a funny game and it can all turn around quickly.” --Adam Scott on how he’s playing the best golf of his life right now.
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“It’s never effortless.” --Rory McIlroy on whether his play felt “effortless” Sunday at the Bridgestone Invitational.