“A lot of you in here wrote me off and said that I would never come back, but here I am."
--Tiger Woods to his media critics on how much the No. 1 ranking means to him.
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“Maybe I was not completely accepted within golf at the start, but now I’m on the cover of Golf World, the best magazine in America.”
Cadillac Championship host Donald Trump, with Miss Universe Gabriela Isler, on his place in the world of golf.
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“The last time I played in wind like that was in Baton Rouge during Katrina.”
--Patrick Reed on difficult conditions at Doral during the second round Friday.
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“Winning or not winning, what I will try to do is still enjoy myself. That's the main thing. That is the only way you can catch someone.”
--Miguel Angel Jimenez on how to come from behind to win a tournament.
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“It was probably about a 7 before and now I think we are 8-and-a-half to 9 difficulty‑wise."
--Gil Hanse on his Blue Monster redesign at Trump National Doral.
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“I think it’s really close to being great.”
--Phil Mickelson on the Gil Hanse redesign of the Blue Monster.
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“It’s not realistic to sit here and say, I want to win every tournament I play, because history shows it's just not possible.”
--Rory McIlroy on whether he expects to win every tournament he plays.
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“No one deserves a pick. If I don't make it and I don't get picked, then I won't have regrets because I didn't make it.”
--Luke Donald on whether he’d make the Ryder Cup team as a captain’s pick if he doesn’t qualify on points.
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“Golf is a sport and not a war. Whoever I play with, if he hits a good shot, I tell him good shot.”
--Angel Cabrera on praising Adam Scott's play during their sudden-death playoff at the 2013 Masters.
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--Twenty-year-old Jordan Spieth on how old he really feels.