?Some players have psychologists, sports physios, I smoke,?
Angel Cabrera sums up his winning philosophy.

?Bogeying 16 and 17 made me very nervous for sure but I just knew I had to make a good drive down 18 and make par and then wait,?
US Open Champion describes his recovery.

?I never had any teachers I just picked up bits and pieces from people close to me?I never finished elementary school, I had to become a caddie at 10-years-old to put food on the table for my family,?
Cabrera on a less than conventional golfing up-bringing.

?It was a putt that had eight-feet of break, it wasn?t like I could hit it inside right firm,?
Tiger on his birdie attempt at 18 to force a play-off.

?I hit so many good golf shots and ended up 10/12ft away and playing two/three feet of break. I had to be real defensive and basically feed the ball down there and hopefully it went in but the majority of the putts didn?t,?
Tiger Woods explains his major difficulties this week.

?I haven?t ever got it done,?
Tiger responding to the point that he has never come from behind to win a Major on Sunday.

?No one likes consolation prizes. I?m proud of the way I played and I?m proud of those finishes. But you know a second isn?t that much fun to be honest with you,?
Jim Furyk on consecutive second places at the US Open.

?The play I made was the play. Now, if I went back, I wouldn?t hit left of the green for damn sure but no it was the play,?
Furyk responding as to whether it was the right call to take driver on 17.

?It was just a bad day. I was very excited about today. I think you could see from the shots I hit on the first four holes or so, I was so nervous,?
Paul Casey is understandably downbeat.

?It is something we are all aware of but nobody is losing any sleep over it, It?s just a matter of time before that changes,?
Justin Rose is a little bored of ?that? question.

?I was able to beat the best players in the world but the course still beat me,?
The last word goes to US Open Champion Angel Cabrera who finished five-over-par.