Actually Gary Kock said the famous "Better than most", in reply to Johnny Miller's question - how does that look?
Johnny then said, "how bout in".
But I'm not really picky.
I've watched the replay of that shot 100s of times and Gary Kock talks about it as his best moment as an analyst. He was stationed at 17th hole that day and Johhny asked, so how does it look right after Tiger hit the putt and the ball turned down the rise towards the lower level of the green. Gary responded: Johnny, it's better than most, better than most. Then as the ball was turning towards the hole, Johnny said how bout in. One of the most interesting points about it, was that Phil was playing with Tiger that day (3rd round), and he had just putted well past the hole.
I'm sure that there is a video of it.
The video is at www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BBO6n7HR3o&feature=relmfu
Look at about the 3:10minute point on this as Gary describes it.
What's really cool about all these Tiger moments, the putt at Players 17th, the chip at 16th in 2005 Masters, the putt on 18 in 2008 US Open, and now the 2012 Memorial 16th, is each one just seemed to happen in slow motion. You could watch each one rolling towards the hole, great simple commentary, excitement building, then BAMM it goes in. Nobody does it better than Tiger.