Best Quotes Of Week: Deutsche Bank Championship

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"I've got better reflexes and better balance." Lindsey Vonn on why she can beat boyfriend Tiger Woods at the "hand-slapping game."
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“I could describe it, but nobody is going to understand that.” --Phil Mickelson on his 100-yard flop shot from patchy rough to inside 3 feet on Saturday.
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“Even with everything that happened, I still have the greatest respect for him. He gave me the opportunity to caddie for the greatest player who’s ever played the game and I’ll always appreciate that.” Steve Williams on clearing the air with his former boss Tiger Woods, who fired Williams in 2011.
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"I don't care. I don't care. I can say that a couple more times, if you want." 16-year-old Lydia Ko on not getting the $300,000 first prize for winning the Canadian Open because she is an amateur.
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“The U.S. Open gets in your blood. It becomes a part of who you are. I’m still coming to terms with knowing that next year will be our last U.S. Open.” NBC Sports announcer Dan Hicks on Fox Sports taking over the U.S. Open broadcast for 15 years starting in 2015.
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“It would be me again.” Adam Scott on the third wheel in the all-star pairing of Scott, Tiger Woods, and Phil Mickelson. Scott was last paired with Woods and Mickelson in the first two rounds of the 2008 U.S. Open.
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“Just because we changed our Twitter profile picture doesn't mean that we're not together.” Rory McIlroy denying reports that he and Caroline Wozniacki have split. Wozniacki attended the Deutsche Bank Championship with McIlroy later in the week.
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“You get a chance to play with Tiger Woods, you take it." Mayoral spokesman Marc LaVorgna on New York Cit Mayor Mike Bloomberg playing in the Deutsche Bank Championship pro-am with Tiger Woods.
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"Don't ask him anything. Just watch. You don't have to have a good time. Just remember it." Former USGA president Bill Campbell to his children when he brought them to Seminole to watch Ben Hogan hit balls before the Masters. Campbell died Friday at age 90.
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“Had an amazing golf lesson today.” Kate Upton, via Twitter, after getting a golf lesson from a glowing Arnold Palmer.