Aphorisms on the Golf

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In this article you can find various aphorisms on the world of Golf.

“There are two things you can do with your head down: pray and play golf.”

– Lee Trevino

“Golf: game in which a four centimeter-diameter ball is placed on a forty thousand kilometer ball. The intention is to hit the smallest ball and not the biggest one. ”

– John Cunningham

“The eighteen holes of a match can teach you more about your opponent than nineteen years of negotiations around a table.”

– Grantland Rice

“What others find in poetry or in art, I find it in a nice drive.”

– Arnold Palmer

“Golf is like love. One day you think you’re too old, the next day you want to do it again. ”

– Roberto Di Vincenzo

“There are three ways to learn golf: the study, which is the most tiring; the imitation, which is the most fallacious; the experience, which is the most bitter. ”

– Robert Browning

“Today my mechanisms did not work: they were off. Those who dedicate themselves to golf, even if only for pleasure, know that this is a sport where you can not play well every week. ”

– Tiger Woods

“Simple: this sport is a lesson in life because it teaches you respect for nature and for the human being, or your opponent.”

– Costantino Rocca

“There is no such thing as a natural touch. Touch is something that is created by hitting millions of golf balls. ”

– Lee Trevino

“Golf is a continuous evolution, every day, every shot.”

– Tiger Woods

“It’s one of the most satisfying things in the world. The complete backswing, the delay in the action of the wrists, a fluid follow-through, followed by that unmistakable rustling that recalls the passage of a flock of birds. ”

– Henry Longhurst

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