This Guardian article prior to the 2011 US Open bigging up Luke Donald and writing off Rory McIlroy's chances (oops):
We all know at the US Open we talk about the length of the course, we talk about the rough, we talk about everything, but it's the guy who holes out who's going to win, there's no question about that.
Lee Westwood is good enough – there's no question.This interview during the 2010 Arnold Palmer Invitational:
We now have an Asian winner of a major, and as you say, the CA Championship there recently at Doral, I don't believe there was -- or was there one American in the top 10, you know, and there was only one American in the top eight of the Accenture Match Play. So there is a changing of the guard, there's no question.This 2012 Masters post-mortem:
We have had Lee now having seven top 3s in majors and it does get to you, there is no question.This Tiger-centric 2011 Masters post-mortem:
It was amazing he didn't continue on the back nine. His putting is just not as good as it was. When he gets that putting back to Tiger Woods-like, he will win again. There is no question.- and finally this interview after his first-round 69 in the 2011 BMW PGA Championship (he eventually finished in a tie for 7th):
I can see well beyond that, seven birdies today was encouraging, there's no question.
I have nothing to prove here and it's a nice position to be in in a way that I can go out and enjoy my golf now, and if I can get the putter going, I still can compete, there's no question.So he says it a lot. There's no question.