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A golf player is someone who can drive 70 miles an hour in heavy traffic with perfect ease; but blows up on a two-foot putt if somebody coughs.
A golfing trophy is merely proof of the putting.
Shelby Friedman
A tap-in is a putt that is short enough to be missed one-handed.
Henry Beard Golfing (1985)
Few pleasures on earth match the feeling that comes from making a loud bodily-function noise just as a guy is about to putt.
Dave Barry
Gimme: an agreement between two losers who can't putt.
Jim Bishop
I enjoy the 'oohs' and 'aahs' from the gallery when I hit my drives. But I'm getting pretty tired of the 'aaws' and 'uhhs' when I miss the putt.
John Daly
I'd rather watch a cabbage grow, than a man worrying his guts over a two-foot putt.
Michael Parkinson
If you drink, don't drive. Don't even putt.
Dean Martin
I'm having putting troubles. It's not the the putter, it's the puttee.
Frank Beard
Jack Spratt could only drive, his wife could only putt. So between them both, you see, they had a lot of trouble in bunkers.
My favourite shots are the practice swing and the conceded putt. The rest cannot be mastered.
Lord Robertson
Putting is clutch city. Usually my putting touch deserts me under pressure. From five feet in to the hole you are in the throw-up zone.
Dave Hill
Show me a man with both feet firmly planted on the ground and I'll show you a man making a crucial putt on the 18th green.
Herm Albright
The Coarse Golfer is one who shouts 'Fore!'when he putts.
Michael Green The Art of Coarse Golf
The fellows today play too much golf. They burn themselves out. And on their tombstones it says: 'Here lies a millionaire. The downhill putts got him.'
Gene Sarazen
The golf game isn't over till the last putt drops.
Gary Middlecoff
The way I putted today, I must've been reading the greens in Spanish and putting them in English.
Homero Blancas (1970)
When a golfer these days misses a 40-foot putt, he grimaces and agonises like a cowboy struck in the heart by an Indian arrow.
Ben Hogan (1975)
Why am I using a new putter? Because the old one didn't float too well.
Craig Stadler (1983) - quotes, quotations and bloopers from the world of sport

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