They Said It! Top 10 Quotes of the Week

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“Most of the people that are commentating or analyzing don't understand the game of golf.” --Tiger Woods on criticism of his swing change.
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“I'm a great fan of Rory's, but I don't think that was the right thing to do.” Ernie Els on Rory McIlroy walking off the course Friday after eight holes.
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“I'd give a bronze to shoot under 70. I worked too hard for the golds.” --Michael Phelps on The Dan Patrick Show.
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"I'm very proud and makes me feel good that my tour, the tour I play on has my back."" --Keegan Bradley on the PGA Tour’s opposition to the USGA and R&A’s proposed ban on anchored putting.
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"I've said this many times, there's nobody better placed to establish the right rules of the game than the R&A and the USGA." --LPGA Commissioner Mike Whan on the USGA/R&A proposal to ban anchored putting strokes.
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“He blended in perfectly with the grass, wasn't but 18 inches long, but he was good enough that he could have bit you and hurt you pretty bad.” --Boo Weekley on the snake he moved off a PGA National tee box with his driver.
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"I think the biggest change in changing a product would be the logo. ... That would be the biggest change because I'm a feel player, so when something is changed like that, I know it." --Bubba Watson on Rory McIlroy changing to Nike clubs.
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"We need to play faster. Golf is not meant to being played the way it has been the last couple of years." --Paula Creamer on slow play on the LPGA Tour.
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"I haven't been with him for 10 years. It's irritating to be honest. I guess they were looking for a connection because the president was playing with Tiger." Butch Harmon on media reports calling him “Tiger Woods’s ex-coach".
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“The ads are already running on ESPN, which is almost cruel in a way, you get the birds chirping and the sunshine, the Masters. Just don't run them this early.” --Charles Howell on the pressure of playing for a Masters invite.