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Quotes of the day

Trevor Immelman
Masters champion Trevor Immelman had the support of Gary Player

"To win a major while Tiger's playing, and he's told us he's playing at his peak, it's an achievement."
Trevor Immelman will always be able to say he beat the great Tiger Woods in the Masters. So he's got that going for him, which is nice.

"He's been on at me all week, telling me to believe in myself. He also told me to keep my head still on putts."
Immelman reveals his childhood hero Gary Player has been an inspiration. And quite possibly a bit of a nag.

"I learned my lesson there with the press."
Tiger Woods admits he might not go around saying he's going to win the Grand Slam so much anymore.

"What doesn't kill you makes you stronger."
Paul Casey tries to see the positives in a closing 79 to crash, yes crash, out of contention.

"I've not done an awful lot wrong, and there's no way I'm going to walk off thinking that I've just had a 'mare."
Ian Poulter was another high-placed Briton to nose-dive over the weekend.

"That was the goal, no? Just to make the cut on Friday and then hope to jump up as much as possible."
Cigar-toting Spaniard Miguel Angel Jimenez gets to the nub of pro golf after shooting the round of the day on Sunday, a 68 which included holing a second shot for eagle on the par-four 7th and chipping in at the last.

"They almost changed the rule the next year because of me. I was down here every day. I wore it out. I thought, 'How many times can I have a membership at Augusta National for four months?"'
American Brandt Snedeker reveals why he fared so well at Augusta - he abused his privileges when he qualified for the Masters as an amateur.




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