“[Paul Casey, who played in front of Mickelson's group with Langer, watched the putt from the scoring trailer.] Bernhard was giving me the line, ... I wished he'd given me a few lines during the round. Phil helped me enormously when I was at Arizona State. Ernie had an unbelievable round of golf but Phil just finished it in style.”
“We played pretty well in the morning. We just didn't make any putts. We hung in there and did what we had to do. We made putts when we had to. We tried to get the momentum back but we just couldn't.”
“Clayton was three-under on his first nine and two-over on his second and he left three birdie putts right on the lip. He said he just played differently the second nine. He played real solid, but the weather got worse. We had a real steady rain.”
“We played pretty well in the morning, just couldn't get any putts to go in, ... We hung in there today and made some big putts when we had to.
Obviously I made a putt on the last to win and that felt very good.”
“He looks comfortable over putts and to me, he doesn't take as long to putt as he does full shots. His routine is consistent. He's got a simple-looking stroke, with nice pace and flow, a blend of mechanics and pace. But I always think guys who putt well are more fearless. They don't worry about the three-putt or the bad putt. They don't take that with them.”