Best Quotes Of Week: Tour Championship

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"They seem so sweet on the surface, don't they? But they are horrible to us, really." --Henrik Stenson on how Swedish women golfers like Annika Sorenstam and Anna Nordqvist give Swedish male golfers a hard time about not winning majors.
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“I'm tired.” --Tiger Woods on how he’s feeling at the end of the PGA Tour season.
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"If you look at it realistically, Tiger's probably got another 10 years of top golf. That's 40 majors. Can he win five of them? I think he probably will." --Jack Nicklaus on whether Tiger Woods will break his record of 18 majors championship.
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"I was dead a few weeks ago." --Former Ryder Cup captain Bernard Gallacher thanking the medics who restarted his heart three times for saving his life during a heart attack.
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"I played five holes with him in a playoff. I'd like to forget that." --Zach Johnson on whether he’s played with Jordan Spieth. Johnson lost the John Deere Classic to Spieth in a five-hole playoff.
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"It was a really fun day, and I felt a little sense of achievement, absolutely -- especially beating Raymond Floyd." --Adam Scott on shooting course record 63 at Shinnecock.
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“There has been nothing wrong with my game all year except when I go on the course with a card in my hand.” --Slumping Padraig Harrington on the state of his game.
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“Back then we played for peanuts. Maybe some popcorn every now and then.” --Johnny Miller on rookie Jordan Spieth already passing him in career earnings.
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“I’m glad that I’m playing at East Lake and definitely putting my best foot forward, but another part of me was wishing that maybe I was at home enjoying a couple of beers and watching some football.” --Auburn football superfan Jason Dufner on the FedEx Cup Playoffs being played at the start of football season.
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“They didn't require math.” --Dustin Johnson on the FedEx Cup points race and whether he took math courses at Coastal Carolina University.