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“If I had my way, every golf green would be made into a huge funnel. You hit the funnel and the ball would roll down a pipe into the hole. I’ve always considered that golf is one game and putting another.” — Ben Hogan, after missing the cut at the 1957 Masters.

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“Golf is a difficult game, but it is a little easier if you trust your instincts. It's too hard a game to try and play like someone else.” — Nancy Lopez, LPGA Pro

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“Never try to be better than someone else. Learn from others and try to be the best you can be. Success is the by-product of that preparation.” — John Wooden, basketball coach

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“Confidence is the most important single factor in this game; no matter how great your natural talent, there is only one way to obtain and sustain it — work!” — golfing great Jack Nicklaus

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“In tossing your cards after a bad beginning you also undermine your whole game, because to quit between the tee and green is more habit-forming than drinking a highball before breakfast.” — Pro golfer Sam Snead

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“When you're on a golf course, a couple of things are very interesting. No matter who you're playing with, people want each other to do well.” —  Condoleeza Rice, former Secretary of State and avid golfer

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“One lesson you better learn if you want to be in politics is that you never go out on a golf course and beat the president.” — Former President Lyndon B. Johnson

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“Golf is not a game, it's not a sport, it's not a hobby, it's a bad habit.” — Dave Watson, North Conway Country Club golf philosopher

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“The rewards of golf, and of life, too, I expect, are worth very little if you don't play the game by etiquette as well as by the rules.” — Bobby Jones

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“Never try to be better than someone else. Learn from others, and try to be the best you can be. Success is the by-product of that preparation.” the late John Wooden, former college basketball coach.

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“Attitude ... is all about a choice. You can get to a U.S. Open and let it beat you up, complain about it, talk all the bad pins and unfair bounces, but everybody has to play the same course.” — David Toms, pro golfer