PGA Tour: Best quotes of the week from the tour

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Best quotes of the week from the PGA Tour!

 

Ryan Armour getting his first tour win at 41, Justin Rose coming from eight strokes back to win the WGC-HSBC, and Tiger Woods news make up our best quotes of the week!

 

“It’s a big monkey off my back, I’m not going to lie. A lot of emotions running through my head right now. Part of me wants to fly home and see my wife and kids, part of me wants to go celebrate with the boys. It’s just amazing.”- Ryan Armour

“I played one of the best back nines I’ve played in forever. To shoot 31 on the back to come through, saved my best till last”.-  Justin Rose on winning the WGC-HSBC Champions

“I’m going to tear up. There have been some lean years and I was going to quit, but my wife wouldn’t let me. She has been so supportive.”- Ryan Armour on his first PGA Tour win at 41

“I was fine. I mean, I felt fine all day. I just could never get anything going and didn’t hole any putts. Pretty simple.” Dustin Johnson on losing a six shot lead in WGC-HSBC Champions

“Tiger played yesterday at Medalist GC he looks fit and strong and swing looks very good to me…”- Ian Baker Finch

“Hero World Challenge is where and when, why wouldn’t he (Tiger Woods) play there? Only thing that keeps him from playing there is a set back.”- Hank Haney

“They are going to toy with everyone, that is just what they do. But Tiger’s playing at the Hero World Challenge. He’s not going to wait till February to play again”, –Hank Haney 

“It’s been a long time since I’ve won, or at least it feels like that. I guess it’s actually — well, I’ve won every year since 2010, if you include the Olympics last year; that was my only win. This is only win in 2017. Left it late this year but it feels amazing.”-Justin Rose

“I’m very happy with the week and the way I played in general. I came here looking for a bit of form and some answers, and I think I got a lot of them.”- Henrik Stenson 

“My teacher back in April put a process together that would get us better for the long-term,” he said. “It was supposed to be a five-year plan, but I guess it’s coming together a little quicker than that.”- Ryan Armour

“It’s kind of just a validation that you don’t have to hit it 330 yards in the air to win a golf tournament,” he said. “I just stuck to my game plan of hitting fairways, hitting greens and trying to make putts and somehow won that way.”-Ryan Armour

“Yeah, it’s the real final stretch now. I have a week off and then three more weeks. Yeah, excited to see what really happens in The Race to Dubai.” –Rafa Cabrera-Bello

“I mean, you’re not always going to be able to, but my strength is – obviously have figured this out finally – is driving it in the fairway, hitting it on the green, and trying to make putts. I don’t overpower a golf course. I don’t go for very many par-5s. I had a chance to go for No. 11 and I laid up. It’s just one of those making percentage choices for me.”- Ryan Armour

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