Quotes

“The average golfer’s problem is not so much a lack of ability as it is a lack of knowing what he should do.”

Ben Hogan

“To improve your golf the first stage is not necessarily to change your swing, but to learn to do your best swing more often.”

Vivien Saunders

“It is true that if you cannot putt you cannot win, for no hole is won until the ball is down—but good scores are only made possible by good play up to the green.”

Percy Boomer

“I can outhit many men, much to their embarrassment, for suddenly they are pitting…their strength against mine. That’s foolish. They aren’t competing with my strength; they’re competing with the efficiency of my swing.”

Mickey Wright

“The average golfer’s chances of developing good judgement are better than his chances of radically transforming his golf swing.”

Raymond Floyd

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