Forget your opponents; always play against par.
Of all the hazards, fear is the worst.
If a lot of people gripped a knife and fork the way they do a golf club, they'd starve to death.
You've just one problem. You stand too close to the ball after you've hit it.
I shot a wild elephant in Africa thirty yards from me, and it didn't hit the ground until it was right at my feet. I wasn't a bit scared. But a four foot putt scares me to death.
'You know Bobby, when I was your age I'd drive the ball right over those trees at the corner.' Feeling challenged Mr. Cole hit a big driver right into those big trees. Snead then said 'Of course, when I was your age, those trees were only 10 feet high.'
Practice puts brains in your muscles.
Never let up. The more you can win by, the more doubts you put in the other players' minds the next time out.
Golf tip: Lay off for three weeks and then quit for good.
No matter what happens - never give up a hole....In tossing in your cards after a bad beginning you also undermine your whole game, because to quit between tee and green is more habit-forming than drinking a highball before breakfast.
These greens are so fast I have to hold my putter over the ball and hit it with the shadow.
Don't just play your way around the course. Think your way around way around the course.
There is an old saying: if a man comes home with sand in his cuffs and cockleburs in his pants, don't ask him what he shot.
Keep close count of your nickels and dimes, stay away from whiskey, and never concede a putt.
You have more potential than you think.
What abandoned course is that?
The fact that Slammin' Sammy couldn't win the Open made it all the more valuable for the players that did win. Gave it a special quality. I'd say a part of the sheen on that trophy comes from my sweat.
What did I want with prestige? The British Open paid the winner $600 in American money. A man would have to be two hundred years old at that rate to retire from golf.
Golf course architects make me sick. They can't play themselves, so they rig the courses so nobody else can play either.
Make the basic shot-making decision early, clearly and firmly, and then ritualize all the necessary acts of preparation.
When I ask you what club to use, look the other way and don't answer.
If I had cleared the trees and drove the green, it would've been a great shot.
Nobody asked how you looked, just what you shot.
In golf, as in life, you get out of it what you put into it.
I looked like a monkey trying to wrestle a football.
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