"He's nearly 20 years older. So I think at 43, I'll probably be on the decline as well."
--Rory McIlroy on driving it past Phil Mickelson in Abu Dhabi.
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“Well, ‘want’ and ‘get’ are two different things.”
--Phil Mickelson on Rory McIlroy saying he wants to win two majors in 2014.
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“The fans do a really good job of kind of letting me know throughout the day. I'll send a tweet out before I play to shout out the scores to me as I go around. People will do a good job doing that.”
--Patriots fan Keegan Bradley on playing a tournament during Patriots-Broncos.
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“I don't know, I'm open for suggestions.”
--Henrik Stenson on how he’s going to top his 2013 season in which he won the PGA Tour’s FexEx Cup and the European Tour’s Race to Dubai.
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“Cheating is something I would definitely never do.”
--Sergio Garcia after the European Tour cleared him of wrongdoing after video showed him legally repairing a pitchmark on the green.
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“I played 13 holes with him and he had to leave to go do something at the White House. He was five strokes ahead of me after nine holes, and after 13 holes he was one stroke ahead. So, I accused him of fabricating the emergency exit.”
--Former President Bill Clinton on the last time he played golf with President Obama.
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“It means that I'm doing something right, I guess.”
--Zach Johnson on what it means that only Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are the only two players to have won more events that Johnson since he joined the Tour in 2004.
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“When you are showcasing one of the world's greatest tournaments, it would be much more palatable if the events were played where there was not the sense of segregation.”
--HSBC’s global head of sponsorship and events Giles Morgan on the R&A taking the Open Championship to male-only clubs like Murifeld [photo].
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“If you look at any situation where guys become superstars in any field, they all eventually end up in their own prison, their own hellhole, and they peer out through the bars. You have to give up a lot to be that good at something. Some guys have a big prison and some guys have a tiny prison. He's in a real tiny cell. You feel sorry for him. He wants to be one of the guys.”
--Gary McCord on Tiger Woods.
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“The best advice I ever got came early in my career, from Lee Trevino. In 1972 or '73, he told me, ‘If you're choking, baby, just hit it low. It doesn't have time to get off line.’"
--Johnny Miller on the best advice he ever got.