"And golfers with a low handicap had the best chance of longevity because of the number of times they tended to play to maintain their ability."
"Move aside, sports psychologists. Apparently, the key to controlling your nerves is singing a song. So what tune got McIlroy over the hump at Congressional for his first major win?"
"Move to Queenstown, New Zealand, herd sheep and drive a taxi while playing golf at Jack's Point a lot."
"Depending on the course, 18 holes with Adam Scott cost about A$200,000 (£138,000), including lunch and memorabilia, while a round with Geoff Ogilvy costs A$100,000 (£69,000).
"To hear Arnold Thiesfeldt tell it, golf has changed a lot in the last 50 years, and not much for the better. Courses are too difficult. The ball goes too far. Costs are out of hand. "People take the game too seriously," he said.
"Well if you want to call three different putters and three different grip sizes tinkering", said putting guru Dave Stockton commenting on Phil's search for improved putting prior to the Masters.
"John Paramor wasn't picking on a teen when giving Tianlang Guan a slow-play penalty. He was merely doing his job."
"It was interesting that he [Adam Scott] credited Steve Williams for "an unbelievable read" on the final playoff hole, in the dark, when Scott had it only a cup outside the hole and Williams said it was more than two."
"Last year the rough was a bit heavier than it was in previous years. It made me think how much I'd prefer it if there were no rough at all. With rough, it's left to chance whether your ball sits up -- you can get great lies in Augusta's rough, you know -- or whether it sinks down.
It's common knowledge that the TV commentators at the Masters have to be very careful about what they say while broadcasting.
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