He has the finest, fundamentally sound golf swing I've ever seen.
There isn't a flaw in his golf or his makeup. He will win more majors than Arnold Palmer and me combined. Somebody is going to dust my records. It might as well be Tiger, because he's such a great kid.
Achievement is largely the product of steadily raising one's levels of aspiration and expectation.
He's going to be around a long, long time, if his body holds up. That's always a concern with a lot of players because of how much they play. A lot of guys can't handle it. But it looks like he can.
Confidence is the most important single factor in this game, and no matter how great your natural talent, there is only one way to obtain and sustain it: work.
Resolve never to quit, never to give up, no matter what the situation.
Through the years of experience I have found that air offers less resistance than dirt.
Golf is a better game played downhill.
You son of a bitch. You're something else. I'm really proud of you.
When the British Open is in Scotland, there's something special about it. And when it's at St. Andrews, it's even greater.
There are no maladies in my golf game. My golf game stinks.
I wish I had kept my damn mouth shut.
I guess that's why they call it Hell.
When I want a long ball, I spin my hips faster.
I think I fail a bit less than everyone else.
He plays with a style with which I am not personally familiar.
Essentially, he has been retired since he was 21.
For the first time I felt like they used to feel when they played with me - Mark hits it so hard and far, I felt totally inadequate.
He'd count the Bangkok Four-Ball if you let him.
I like trying to win. That's what golf is all about.
A kid grows up a lot faster on the golf course. Golf teaches you how to behave.
Focus on remedies, not faults.
How people keep correcting us when we are young! There is always some bad habit or other they tell us we ought to get over. Yet most bad habits are tools to help us through life.
It's hard not to play golf that's up to
I'm a firm believer that in the theory that people only do their best at things they truly enjoy. It is difficult to excel at something you don't enjoy.