"I hope you're all happy that I hit it in here." - Ian Woosnam to the gallery after he hit his drive into the water on No. 13.

"I had said I felt I was the best player in the world. I felt I had to prove what I had said. I tended to get myself worked up under the pressure in the majors. Now maybe I can be more relaxed when I play in them." - Ian Woosnam, the No. 1-ranked player in the world, after winning his first major tournament.

"I was just trying to put the ball in the hole and I missed it." - Tom Watson about his 30-foot par putt on the last hole.

"I'm happy in a way because I played well all week. But I'm unhappy because of the bogey at the 18th hole." - Jose-Maria Olazabal, who finished alone in second place.

"I'd like to come back, yes. I've got to make it some other way, though." - Lee Trevino after finishing tied for 49th and losing his automatic invitation to The Masters.

"Everything here is done best. The fairways are the best. The greens are the best. The galleries are the best. The accommodations are the best. It's just the ultimate." - 20-year-old U.S. Amateur champion Phil Mickelson after playing in his first Masters.

"Strange things can happen here. You can play well and shoot 73. You never have anything to lose except somebody else's money. I definitely wanted to play well." - Steve Pate after shooting 65 in the last round of The Masters.

"I needed to keep popping them in, hitting good shots. Other years we've had wind from all directions. But this year it has been from the same direction. All those guys draw the ball and it was a drawing wind." - Nick Faldo after failing in his bid to be the first person to win three straight Masters.

"I needed to keep popping them in, hitting good shots. Other years we've had wind from all directions. But this year it has been from the same direction. All those guys draw the ball and it was a drawing wind." - Nick Faldo after failing in his bid to be the first person to win three straight Masters.

"I admire Tom. I admire the way he plays. He's a no-nonsense player, never complains. Everyone respects him." - Ben Crenshaw on Tom Watson.

"I did nothing but shove it in the trees." - Tom Watson on his drive on the 18th hole that missed the fairway and led to a three-putt double-bogey.