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I understand that's a great year in the majors. If I did this every year, I would go down as the greatest player ever to have played the game.feedback
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Aug 14 2017
The latest quote from Jordan Spieth is: “Winning them is so difficult you can have a fantastic year without winning a major. Look at what Tiger (Woods) did in 2013. He won five events, including a Players Championship (but did not win a major)”. It comes from the Winning one major is a great year, says Spieth article. You’ll find on this page 95 articles with Jordan Spieth quoted on topics such as Kevin and PGA. Jordan Spieth has been quoted 207 times in 95 articles.
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Aug 10 2017

It was really just on the greens. My speed control was just a little off and I burnt a lot of edges. I got it back to at least have a chance going forward.feedback

Aug 10 2017

Once I get one in the hole it starts to look a bit bigger. It just took too long today.feedback

Aug 09 2017

Rory is the one to beat, . With the way he is driving it, he has a huge advantage. Rory is a guy who is very difficult if you come into a one-on-one type situation no matter where it is, but especially in majors, because he's not afraid to hit the shot. He plays so aggressively, and that's what you have to do to win. I mean, you're going to lose some tournaments because of it, but you're going to win a lot more. He's proven that. Rory's won this tournament by eight shots [in 2012].feedback

Aug 09 2017

If you get to choose somebody you can be matched up against on a Sunday, you obviously want to be able to play against a player like Rory who has four majors and is one of most accomplished here. But he is one to fear in that position because of what he's capable of doing and how he's going to do it. I think it's cool that we've both had the success that we've had at such a young age, and the coolest part about it is what's it going to be like for the next 20, 25 years.feedback

Aug 09 2017

If I'm healthy and playing well, I play in 30 of them, I believe I'll have plenty of chances to win them, but it doesn't have to be this year. I was thinking about it a little today on the course. You know, if you don't win next week, next year obviously you focus on the majors, but the P.G.A. does become kind of that one that's starred and that's so long away, 365 days away.feedback

Aug 09 2017

I'm here, so I'm going to go ahead and try. But I believe I'm going to have plenty of chances, and I'm young enough to believe in my abilities that it will happen at some point.feedback

Aug 09 2017

It was only two weeks ago that I was able to get the third leg, and that's so fresh in my mind. I'm so happy about that that I can't add pressure to this week. I'm free-rolling, and it feels good.feedback

Aug 09 2017

Do I have to be the youngest? No, I don't feel that kind of pressure. Would it be really cool? Absolutely.feedback

Aug 06 2017

If it happens next week, great. If it doesn't, then my next and probably last lifelong goal as a professional would be to win the career grand slam.feedback

Aug 06 2017

I'm sure going to give it my best next week, but I don't need to be the youngest. Quail Hollow is a place I love, but it has made a lot of changes. So we have to get there and learn it.feedback

Aug 06 2017

I normally don't get asked about Hideki until the third or fourth question.feedback

Aug 04 2017

I said, Michael, just put the bag over there, stand over there and watch this. I split a hole that was 60 yards in front of me and cut it to get onto the green. It was really a cool shot. I was shocked I pulled it off.feedback

Aug 04 2017

I've definitely tried to play it out of junk and whiffed.feedback

Aug 04 2017

On the whiff you're just like, well, the stuff got in the way.feedback

Aug 04 2017

He thought I was wanting to play that ball on 13, and he had visions of what happened to Justin.feedback

Aug 02 2017

Essentially it was 20 yards off line. I hit balls further off line than that on a regular basis. Look, it wasn't a good shot but I'm capable of hitting worse shots than that. I've been waiting to back myself up on that for a while now.feedback

Aug 02 2017

I believe I'll have plenty of chances to win. It doesn't have to be this year.feedback

Aug 02 2017

I believe I'll do it some day, so if it happens next week, fantastic. If it doesn't it's not going to be a big-time bummer. Getting three legs of it is much harder than getting the last leg, I think, though it's easy for me to say.feedback

Aug 02 2017

I'm excited to get started here at Firestone.feedback

Aug 02 2017

The PGA, if I'm healthy and playing well, I'll play in 30 of them.feedback

Jul 24 2017

Seventeen pars and a birdie would have been fine, too. But there's a lot of roads to get there.feedback

Jul 24 2017

The putt on 13 was massive.feedback

Jul 24 2017

It's very difficult to hit the ball like Rory McIlroy.feedback

Jul 24 2017

I thought it was easier to do that, especially without wind, to trust your shot and know that it's not going to roll too far, which made it a lot easier off the tee.feedback

Jul 24 2017

He said: 'do you remember that group you were with in Cabo last week? You belong in that group'. This was on the 7th tee. We walked off that tee box and he made me come back. He said: 'you're the calibre of those athletes. But I need you to believe that right now because you're in a great position in this tournament. This is a new tournament. We're starting over here.feedback

Jul 24 2017

I definitely thought about what he was saying while I was over some of those key three or four footers that I made.feedback

Jul 23 2017

It's a career goal. Growing up playing golf, I just wanted to be able to play in major championships and compete with the best in the world, and things have happened very quickly. And it's good and bad, because a lot comes with it. And a lot more attention versus just being able to kind of go about your own thing. And I never realized how underrated that was. I wanted to be in this position but then, it becomes harder when it doesn't go your way. And you're harder on yourself because you expect so much. Therefore, I'm going to thoroughly enjoy this.feedback

Jul 23 2017

… Showed some resiliency and give a lot of credit to my guy (Michael Greller) on the bag for that. As you can imagine, thoughts come in from my last scenario when I was leading a major on Sunday. All of a sudden it creeps into your head. I was so confident and all of a sudden, the wheels have kind of come off everything. And how do we get back on track to salvage this round and just give yourself a chance at the end? It took a bogey to do so.feedback

Jul 23 2017

And I definitely thought about what he was saying while I was over some of those key 3- to 4-footers that I made on 7, 8, 11 and 12. Those 3-footers were 10-footers to me. And all of a sudden the lid came off. And the 30-footers were 2-footers to me.feedback

Jul 23 2017

Michael did a great thing today. He said, Do you remember that group you were with in Cabo last week? You're that caliber of an athlete. But I need you to believe that right now because you're in a great position in this tournament. This is a new tournament. We're starting over here.' .feedback

Jul 23 2017

Today took as much out of me as any day that I've ever played golf.feedback

Jul 23 2017

I was told that was bad luck,'. And I was starting to believe that a bit today. It feels good to hold this Claret Jug.feedback

Jul 23 2017

It's amazing. I feel blessed to be able to play the game I love. To be in that company is absolutely incredible and I certainly appreciate it.feedback

Jul 23 2017

You can control it to an extent but certain situations are going to bring more tension and you have to kind of channel that the right way.feedback

Jul 23 2017

I'll never forget what Michael, how he told me that [at the No. 7 tee box], when he told me that and the significance that it had.feedback

Jul 23 2017

I was somewhere around 270 to the front, and Michael was like, Buddy, you're 230 to the front,' somewhere around there . . . And typically I would, if you asked me who has the better yardage, myself or Michael in a lot of situations, when we're on a crazy angle, I'd pick myself. And on that one he seemed very confident. He was very adamant about what club to hit, and it gave me the confidence to hit it because sometimes when that happens I'll still go with what I think.feedback

Jul 23 2017

I put a lot of pressure on myself unfortunately, and not on purpose, before the round today, just thinking this is the best opportunity that I've had since the '16 Masters. And if it weren't to go my way today, then all I'm going to be questioned about and thought about and murmured about is in comparison to that. And that adds a lot of pressure to me.feedback

Jul 23 2017

This is as much of a high as I've ever experienced in my golfing life.feedback

Jul 23 2017

This is a dream come true for me. Absolutely a dream come true.feedback

Jul 23 2017

I was getting down on myself, as I think anyone would. This is as much mine as it is his.feedback

Jul 23 2017

I started to believe them a bit through nine holes today. It feels good to have this in my hands.feedback

Jul 23 2017

And if I win tomorrow it has nothing to do with that, either. You're learning and it all goes into the mental process.feedback

Jul 23 2017

I've had the high and the humbling so I will keep my head down and not get ahead of myself.feedback

Jul 23 2017

Tomorrow will be a day that will be emotionally draining and difficult to stay very neutral in the head, but that's probably the most important thing for me to do.feedback

Jul 23 2017

I put a lot of pressure on myself unfortunately before the round today, just thinking this is the best opportunity that I've had since the 2016 Masters. And if it weren't to go my way today, then all I'm going to be questioned about and thought about and murmured about is in comparison to that.feedback

Jul 23 2017

I was thinking, Are we going through this [last year's Masters] again? But I'm over it. Closing in a major today was extremely important for the way I look at myself. I thought before the round, I have a reputation as being able to close', but I was hesitant in saying 'majors.feedback

Jul 22 2017

Pretty stress-free. On a Saturday with a lead in a major, that's as good as I can ask for. And if I win tomorrow, it has nothing to do with that, either.feedback

Jul 22 2017

I think I'm in a position where it can be very advantageous, just everything I've gone through – the good, the bad and everything in the middle. I understand that leads can be squandered quickly. And I also understand how you can keep on rolling on one.feedback

Jul 22 2017

It was a day where you had to be aggressive.feedback

Jul 22 2017

I was able to win feeling really poorly with the putter, and that's never happened before, going back to junior golf. And being able to do that gave me confidence.feedback

Jul 22 2017

He's got a great head. He's got a killer instinct. He's a guy that's not afraid of the moment, as you can tell.feedback

Jul 22 2017

I started to take out my book, and saw the 18th hole, and I'm like, I can't; this is not worthy of this. Everyone is giving us an ovation, and it's a time to appreciate that, enjoy the walk, but also to say, Thank you' for the support that these crowds give.feedback

Jul 21 2017

When the conditions went a little bit down, we could take advantage. And then I got up and down when necessary or saved myself out of pot bunkers, and wherever else I was when the conditions were tough.feedback

Jul 21 2017

It wasn't a great feeling knowing we were coming into something harder than what we were watching.feedback

Jul 21 2017

I mishit the shot, which is probably why it looked so gross. I hit it low off the heel, which is easy to do when you're trying to carve a cut. And it just ... one hop, scooted around the group of bunkers there, and then it was obviously fortunate to get all the way to the green.feedback

Jul 21 2017

Anytime you're in the last group on a weekend in the major, and this is, I think probably a dozen times I've had at least a share of the lead in a major championship, you get nervous.feedback

Jul 20 2017

I'm kind of prepared for the worst, having experienced it before. And understand that I can still make pars that way. You control the ball off the tee, keep your hands dry, and you grind from inside 10 feet or you make a mid-ranger for par, something to keep the momentum going, that's important for tomorrow. But being mentally prepared is key. I think I'm going into it the right way, and we'll see if I hold that together.feedback

Jul 20 2017

I couldn't have done much better today.feedback

Jul 20 2017

I thought today's round was extremely important, as they all are. But given the forecast coming in, I thought you really needed to be in the red today. You can certainly make up ground in a round tomorrow, and we'll see it happen. But being able to kind of play with shots, or play a little more conservative because you don't try to do too much on a day like tomorrow, that's nice and very helpful.feedback

Jul 20 2017

It's a gettable golf course if you're controlling the ball off the tee.feedback

Jul 20 2017

I've just been more focused on what I'm putting in my body. I'll still go have a burger and a beer, but I think as a whole when I'm home I'm just trying to be - just trying to learn a little bit more about what's best for me to be at my best.feedback

Jul 20 2017

It could be a lot more significant in three days' time than I would consider it right now. I'd call it a top five probably, major round that I've played, maybe fifth or sixth, something like that. There are scores that I've shot that were closer to par that were better given what I needed to do.feedback

Jul 20 2017

I was on the downslope of one of those where I knew I couldn't catch any spin, with a shot that you had to get up quickly, and then if it got running at all, it could -- if I were to hit it at the hole and it goes more than four feet, five feet past the hole, it can go off the green the other side and be in the downslope of the next bunker.feedback

Jul 19 2017

If it's an afternoon round and the other side has already played the morning, that's when it's tough. Because you're like: 'I can't shoot those scores. It's not possible.' And that's the frustrating thing when you think you can play your best and it doesn't happen.feedback

Jul 19 2017

I'm not sure who it would be if you asked me. I think you look at a guy like Jon Rahm, how does he deserve not to be in a conversation like that?feedback

Jul 18 2017

Chances are, it's going to be somebody that hasn't won one.feedback

Jul 18 2017

I recognize that being five years in now ... and five years doesn't make me a veteran, but it helps me realize kind of how things go. And last year I was pretty caught in 2015. This year I'm not. Hopefully, we can have another one or two like that. But if we keep on trying to improve each part of the game, stick to the process, then we'll have the results we want.feedback

Jul 18 2017

I wouldn't get your hopes up. What Tiger has done ... having experienced a year like he continued to do for years, it just takes a lot out of you. It's very tough to do. And you have to have a lot of things go right at the right times.feedback

Jul 18 2017

I think it's going to be a very exciting time going forward of guys that are going to be playing and battling against each other. You'll see a group of 10 to 12 guys over the next 15, 20 years that are going to have a lot of competition that comes down the stretch with each other.feedback

Jun 25 2017

That's a lot of luck. But I took advantage of the good breaks and am happy to come out on top.feedback

Jun 25 2017

That was one for the ages.feedback

Jun 18 2017

I think it's an awesome course. There are so many great ones to choose from, but I'm sure at some point it will come back here. In my opinion, I would like to see another one here down the road, sure.feedback

Jun 18 2017

It was a fantastic round of golf, given what we were dealing with to start the day. I mean, this wind is now light compared to the beginning of the day, but that's what you get for playing a poor first few rounds.feedback

Jun 18 2017

It wouldn't be any surprise if either one of them comes out guns blazing and wins.feedback

Jun 17 2017

I've been striking the ball well. It's just been trying to figure it out on and around the greens. And I feel like once the can gets open, I'll start pouring them in. I'm just thinking a lot about my stroke, stance, stuff you would rather not be thinking about, you'd rather think about line of pace.feedback

Jun 17 2017

I'm out there thinking a lot about my stroke, or my stance – just all the stuff you'd rather not be thinking about. You don't want to think about that; you'd rather think about line or pace. But I can't do that yet because I haven't figured out the other parts. I'm searching for it. Pitchers have good days and bad days, and I took an 'L' today and will come back tomorrow. And try to figure this out and finish strong.feedback

Jun 17 2017

It's frustrating, but today was an off day.feedback

Jun 15 2017

I don't remember much from 2011. I remember the closing four holes, and then each hole starts to reappear when I go out and play it [this week]. That was six years ago and I didn't do the same kind of homework that I do these days with golf courses.feedback

Jun 08 2017

Course knowledge is necessary, even more so there than a course like Oakmont that you've maybe watched on TV. Even seeing certain holes, if you just watched major championships in the past, can help you. And so when you come to a completely new venue, it requires quite a bit of work.feedback

Jun 02 2017

Duf is obviously in full control of the ball tee to green, and you've got to be making some putts, too. He had two fantastic days. He's a major champion and a multiple PGA Tour winner, he's going to be a tough guy to chase down. But again, playing with the lead on this golf course I imagine is going to be difficult.feedback

May 19 2017

It didn't need to happen. Just playing fine and I tried to just, you know, press it to try to reach the green in two, and then I tried to do it again.feedback

May 19 2017

Yeah, a bit shocking that's how it happened.feedback

May 13 2017

Game's in really good shape. Historically just haven't figured it out on these greens yet, and so I'm just not going to think too much about it. This is probably the best my game has felt after a missed cut, so I've got three exciting weeks coming up.feedback

May 11 2017

From a normal lie, it wasn't too bad. And from that lie, I had no chance. So it was a frustrating time in the round where I was trying to kind of get some momentum going.feedback

May 11 2017

It just kind of looked like somebody didn't really care much to do it or was rushing off the green. It was worse than a plugged lie. I overreacted probably a bit but you just don't see that very often and I know my caddie rakes and makes sure that that's exactly the way that it was when he went in there so that if you hit it in the bunker, everybody gets the same kind of thing.feedback

May 11 2017 - Women

He's got to walk around with a smile on his face for the next couple years just like, I told you so.feedback

May 09 2017

It is the toughest tournament to win in golf.feedback

Apr 28 2017

We have a rule where you can't apologize and you can't say 'My bad' or you got to pay the other one. I think that's useful. We're both being positive influences when the other one's a little off.feedback

Apr 09 2017

Fortunately, I get to come back for another 50 years.feedback

Apr 09 2017

I feel great. After the first round I couldn't ask for much better than this. We fought back tremendously to have a chance to win the tournament.feedback

Apr 09 2017

I struck the ball well. Distance control is so key here and I was two yards into the rough so many times today and it makes a huge difference on controlling the distance out of the rough. I didn't feel like I had been doing much wrong and I just look up and it just wasn't landing where I thought it would. I feel bad I went so downhill while Rickie was still in it, because it is tough when you don't see a ball go in the hole. I was his biggest cheerleader, just being really good friends with Rickie. It was tough.feedback

Apr 09 2017

I'm really happy with the way that we finished off this round to get back to red.feedback

Apr 08 2017

So, it's a new experience for me, coming from behind on Sunday at the Masters, which is kind of fun to say. Tomorrow might free me up a bit, being behind. Play aggressive because at this point it's win or go home.feedback

Apr 08 2017

I've been on both sides of it now, and I like the winning side better. So, I'm certainly going for broke tomorrow. And I knew it. Now, obviously, we just need one more day of it and probably a couple of breaks to go our way.feedback

Apr 08 2017

Yesterday's round was bigger than today's, because it gave me a chance. I went to bed with my heart pumping faster last night than I probably will tonight … We did what we needed to do today.feedback

Apr 08 2017

Waking up and you have a chance to win your favorite tournament that you've dreamt of winning and competing in since you were a kid, and to be able to have your fourth opportunity now ... I didn't know going into my first one if I would have five chances in my life. So it's awesome.feedback

Apr 08 2017

We're in a positon now where we, I think, can go out there and win this thing.feedback

Apr 08 2017

I had confidence in the layup situation, but I had a great number. We all know what [Palmer] would have done.feedback

Apr 08 2017

New experience for me, coming from behind on Sunday at the Masters, which is kind of fun to say. Tomorrow might free me up a bit, being behind. I plan to play aggressive because, at this point, it's win or go home. So you pull off the shots and you make the putts. I want to give myself a chance for that to be enough. And if I don't, so be it. Finishing fifth versus 10th doesn't mean much to me, so that frees me up a bit.feedback

Apr 08 2017

I guess the golf course was Tiger-proofed at one point.feedback

Apr 08 2017

I've been on both sides of it now, and I like the winning side better. So I'm certainly going to go for broke tomorrow. What would Arnie do, Mike? All right, let's do that.feedback

Apr 08 2017

That was by far the most resilient I've ever been on a golf course in my life.feedback

Apr 08 2017

I plan to play aggressive because at this point, it's win or go home.feedback

Apr 08 2017

I couldn't see the hole there. The actual shot wasn't blocked. There was an opening. It was the perfect distance for a 4-iron. So it was just committing to the shot.feedback

Apr 08 2017

I've been thinking of Arnie all week. And thinking that you've got to play this golf course as he did – without fear.feedback

Apr 08 2017

You have to believe you can make those shots. That's the lesson.feedback

Apr 08 2017

After that first round, I couldn't ask for more than this. I feel great. It will be a new experience for me to be coming from behind.feedback

Apr 08 2017

That putt was harder than it looked, and I'm glad I practiced it in practice rounds. It moves a lot.feedback

Apr 08 2017

It's going to be nice to be behind. I think it might free me up a bit. I want to play aggressively. Knowing I'm chasing the leaders will help.feedback

Apr 08 2017

I couldn't ask for much better than this after my first round [of 75]. We have fought back brilliantly to have a chance to win this. Tomorrow might free me up a bit, coming from behind. I plan to play aggressively. At this point it's win or go home. Finishing fifth versus 10th doesn't mean much to me.feedback

Apr 08 2017

I had confidence. I thought in order to win this tournament I had to go for it. I had good vibes. What would Arnie do? That was my way of expressing what we had to do.feedback

Apr 07 2017

We're in a position now where we can go out there and win this thing and certainly make a run. So that right there just kind of gives me chills, because after yesterday I was really disappointed in being 10 shots off the lead.feedback

Apr 07 2017

You think of it as a birdie hole, obviously being a par 5.feedback

Apr 06 2017

It's one of many tournaments I've lost from a certain performance on a hole or a stretch of holes. It happens in this game. I'm excited about the opportunity ahead. Now I can go back and really tear this golf course up.feedback

Apr 06 2017

I was stuck in the 15-is-a-birdie-hole mentality.feedback

Apr 06 2017

As a friend of his and somebody who's played a lot of golf with him, I know this: It must really, really not be good in order for him not to tee it up.feedback

Apr 06 2017

We'll step out and try and get a chance to win on Sunday on the back nine again. That's all we're asking for. That's it. Just that small little piece.feedback

Apr 05 2017

He's a guy that you know that when you're paired up, he's been there and you don't feel like you have that major championship winning edge. I don't say I've won the Masters and he hasn't. Trust me, he's certainly capable of it and he'll win at least one. If you ask every single player, that wouldn't be a question.feedback

Apr 05 2017

I stepped up today, first day back with the crowds, and I hit it to about a foot, which is nice. Game feels good. We'll step out and try and get a chance to win on Sunday on the back nine again. That's all we're asking for.feedback

Apr 05 2017

I'm not sure, this is up to the green jackets here if you're allowed to.feedback

Apr 05 2017

I really could have used that one 12 months ago. I felt like I fought hard. I felt like I made the right decisions and I felt like I made a lot of good swings and made a couple of bad swings like any other round of golf. We went to the 13th hole and at that point, you know, you go from leading to now you're trying to come from behind in a tournament. I can go back and really tear this golf course up.feedback

Apr 05 2017

It's just tough because there's not much depth to the green and there's swirling winds. You want to take it over the bunker because it's the safest place to either side. But that's also where the narrowest landing spot is.feedback

Apr 04 2017

I certainly understand. I think it's therapeutic, to an extent, if I talk about it.feedback

Apr 04 2017

I've been pretty honest, and I've answered every question.feedback

Apr 04 2017

I'm excited about the opportunity ahead, which is now I can go back and really tear this golf course up ... really create more great memories on the back nine of Augusta. If it happens this year, fantastic. I will do all I can to see all the positives and grind it out like we did in 2015. And if it doesn't happen this year, then I'll be ready the next year to do it.feedback

Apr 04 2017

Certainly you don't want to hold stuff in. That would be crazy.feedback

Apr 04 2017

Looking forward to getting out there.feedback

Apr 04 2017

I really could've used that one 12 months ago. I like the elevation changes, the sidehill lies, the pull to Rae's Creek.feedback

Apr 04 2017

I really thoroughly enjoy this place and this week. I seem to have more fun each year when I play this golf course.feedback

Apr 04 2017

It will surely be there and it has been there. It is one of the many tournaments I've lost given a certain performance on a hole or a stretch of holes. It happens in this game. I stepped up today, first day back with the crowds, and hit it to about (a foot away), which is nice. Obviously, it's not the tournament.feedback

Mar 31 2017

I did about everything I could to play, but my back rehabilitation didn't allow me the time to get tournament ready. I have no timetable for my return, but I will continue my diligent effort to recover, and want to get back out there as soon as possible.feedback

Mar 22 2017

I obviously have to take care of my end of the bargain tomorrow.feedback

Mar 21 2017

It would be best if I could reclaim the jacket. But I believe that I'll be back up there sooner or later [because of] the way that I play the golf course, the success I've had and the comfort level I have there. Whether it happens this year or not, but it will just be nice [when it's over] because that tournament, it's a 365 day thing. There's no other Masters.feedback

Mar 21 2017

No matter what happens at this year's Masters, whether I can grab the jacket back or I miss the cut or I finish 30th, it will be nice having this Masters go by. The Masters lives on for a year. It brings a non-golf audience into golf. And it will be nice once this year's finished, from my point of view, to be brutally honest with you.feedback

Mar 21 2017

We won in Colonial three starts later. So as far as affecting me on course when I'm in a tournament, I think that answer is clear, it doesn't do that. But as far as just having all the questions be done, I'm pretty sure they will be.feedback

Feb 19 2017

No surprise to us players, and I don't think too much surprise to many others.feedback

Feb 13 2017

I didn't rely on the putter at all today. And to win that way is new for me, and it certainly kept some more hair on my head.feedback

Feb 13 2017

I remember walking up 18 today thinking to myself, I don't think that I've enjoyed the wins as much as I've talked to myself about the losses. I don't think I've really enjoyed on the inside how much it takes to win out here and the hard work that goes into winning.feedback

Feb 13 2017

I don't remember watching it, but I remember watching highlights of Tiger trying to hold his bogey-free round when he had such a big lead. That was kind of his goal. That was mine today. Hey, let's try and keep a clean card. ... Played a lot of boring golf today, which is exactly what was needed.feedback

Feb 12 2017

Played a lot of boring golf today, which was exactly what we needed. This is a bucket-list place to win – here, Augusta National, St. Andrews, there's only a few in the world. It feels really special. It was amazing walking up the 18th green knowing that we were going to win. It's just such a unique position. I tried to soak in.feedback

Feb 12 2017

That's a dream round when you're leading by a bunch.feedback

Feb 12 2017

I was very, very excited once that ball landed on the green. That was really avoiding a big number there. That could have been a double or triple very, very easily, if that doesn't come out the right way. So that was the shot of the day for me.feedback

Feb 11 2017

Those putts scare me.feedback

Feb 09 2017

We thought it would be this way, but just rain. We didn't expect that.feedback

Feb 09 2017

Not the best I've ever hit in my life.feedback

Feb 02 2017

These greens are very pure. If you're putting well, you can really putt well out here.feedback

Jan 15 2017

He's got full control of his game, full confidence and he's executing under pressure. It's a lot of fun to see.feedback

Jan 09 2017

He's always been an extremely high calibre player, he's been the best at each level that he's gone through. Course management-wise, it's always an adjustment coming out on the PGA Tour from college golf.feedback

Jan 08 2017

I think it's potentially floodgates opening. The guy hits it forever. He's got a really, really nifty short game. He manages the course well. He's playing the golf course the way it should be played, and honestly, he's taking advantage of the easier holes.feedback

Dec 03 2016

I'm pumped to see what he's doing this week.feedback

Nov 30 2016

We all hope for many reasons that he comes back fully healthy and his game is fully back. To name one, you don't ever want to see somebody go down because of injury. And two, I think it was a dream for all of us young guys to one day grow up and battle Tiger on a Sunday when he was playing his best, and see if you can Y.E. Yang it, see if you can pull off a shot where you can take him down.feedback

Nov 30 2016

He's the only person ... in the last 30 years in golf that any expectation you set, he'll somehow prove to you that he can do better. But I think with this, I just hope that everyone gives him time. I hope he has the time to fall into a rhythm and just get enough tournaments where he can kind of build up that seeing the shots under competition, under the gun.feedback

Nov 30 2016

You can look back 10 years at shots you hit. It's not the same as looking back the week before on a positive swing.feedback

Nov 30 2016

Whoa! There it is – WAY down there. Damn.feedback

Nov 30 2016

I just hope that everyone gives him time to fall into a rhythm and just get enough tournaments where he can kind of build up.feedback

Nov 03 2016

I certainly don't take it for granted. I take advantage of it asking him questions and picking his brain.feedback

Nov 03 2016

People go through their lives for 20 years trying to go up the chain where they can sit in the same room and talk to Kevin.feedback

Nov 03 2016

In golf trusting what you are wearing and playing with is first and foremost so you don't have to worry about anything but your game.feedback

Nov 03 2016

I have played Titleist my whole life, so I just trust it.feedback

Nov 03 2016

I'm very lucky he's so open to help and really preaching that family motto that certainly transcends throughout the company.feedback

Sep 27 2016

We're tired of being told we haven't won.feedback

Aug 26 2016

You won the challenge. Shocker, I know.feedback

Aug 24 2016

It should say it's a risk even for really good players. The course I've played the last two days is up there with the hardest, probably top-five courses I've ever played in my life. And it's Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, and it's soft.feedback

Aug 24 2016

I believe the player of the year award should go to someone who wins at the highest level. Tiger won it in 2013 without winning a major, but he did win The Players, and the other events were all some of the best fields in golf. But I think that it's hard to not give it to someone who has won a major championship.feedback

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