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 Stewart Cink - “It's one of the great spectacles in golf, especially Saturday and Sunday when the fans really get going. It makes golf feel like a true stadium sport. In a way, it adds a lot of pressure because you don't want to be a goat there.”
 Stewart Cink - “Weird first round, but if you play enough golf out here you run into these type of things and you almost treat it as two rounds, you do the best you can until they call it and then you come out here the next day and do the best you can until you tee it up again,”
 Stewart Cink - “a person that's out there hitting golf shots.”
 Stewart Cink - “He's very dependable and knows the golf courses. And he really knows my game.”
 Stewart Cink - “Augusta was always a place where you could have a lot of fun and you could demonstrate an artistic talent for strategy around the golf course. Now it's not.”
 Stewart Cink - “It just reminds me that the ones doing the work aren't the ones playing tournament golf. They've taken a lot of the character out of it.”
 Stewart Cink - “That went through my heart and soul like a dagger.”
 Stewart Cink - “It was a good idea for Phil, but I don't think it would be a good idea for me. I've been working on a swing that helps me hit the ball right or left. But, hey, I didn't win The Masters.”
 Stewart Cink - “But then when I walked away, I was thinking, 'Why didn't I tell him I knew' Because if I told him I knew, he would have thought I was better because I made that putt to tie Jack Nicklaus.”
 Stewart Cink - “Dr. Waddington has helped me take those fears and, rather than squeezing them out, understand where they come from.”
 Stewart Cink - “A few people called in about something that happened out there in the waste area,”
 Stewart Cink - “I had seven bottles of water, two sports drinks and zero trips to the bathroom. My new Nike shirt is dry. This is an amazing material. But I can wring out my hat.”
 Stewart Cink - “If the wind doesn't blow, I think there will be lots of birdies,”
 Stewart Cink - “Originally everyone was saying they were trying to Tiger proof the course. But most people agree that it probably only helps the longer players.”
 Stewart Cink - “I'm not a numbers guy. I'm just going to go out and grind my rear end off on every shot. If you focus on a number you think you have to shoot, that just puts more pressure on you and there's already enough pressure in a major championship.”
 Stewart Cink - “I thought he'd be hitting balls Monday morning at the golf course because it's a tough course to finish on and it's a major championship. It would have been totally sportsmanlike for him to come out there and be prepared for whatever happened. If anything, just him being there at the clubhouse and being seen might have affected the way they played on Monday.”
 Stewart Cink - “I thought he'd be hitting balls Monday morning at the golf course, because it's a tough course to finish on and it's a major championship. If anything, just him being there at the clubhouse and being seen might have affected the way they played on Monday.”
 Stewart Cink - “I was comparing myself to other players too much, ... When I got to 50th in the World Ranking, I told myself, Players ranked this high don't miss fairways. They don't hit balls out-of-bounds. They don't miss three-foot putts.”
 Stewart Cink - “Well, there is no easy side out here. You do have a few chances to hit some shorter irons into the greens, but it's by no means easy. All in all I played really well. I played well on the front nine and made some putts, and I played well on the back nine and just didn't make as many putts.”
 Stewart Cink - “Going back over the last ten U.S. Opens I've played in, I think this course is probably the best because it leaves no room for error. You're not going to get away with anything on Pinehurst No. 2. You have to plan your shots well and execute them.”
 Stewart Cink - “Going back over the last ten U.S. Opens I've played in, I think this course is probably the best because it leaves no room for error, ... You're not going to get away with anything on Pinehurst No. 2. You have to plan your shots well and execute them.”
 Stewart Cink - “I would love to be someone he would depend on, ... I'll be there to fill that need it that's the case.”
 Stewart Cink - “Fred knows how to play the game, how to keep it in play and he's got more game than he's given credit for. You always know what he brings to the table. He has great control. Like most guys out here, he's a very competitive individual.”
 Stewart Cink - “You have to just forget about the ball and swing the club. It's hard to see if you don't hit the green.”
 Stewart Cink - “That the win came only days after the Ryder Cup announcement was not a coincidence. Being a captain's pick is a huge honor, and I was very flattered by that, ... but once the Ryder Cup race was over at the PGA, I felt as if there was a burden lifted and I was able to focus on what was at hand this week.”