Serenity is knowing that your worst shot is still pretty good.
In golf, 'close' is like the north and south rim of the Grand Canyon.
The mental aspect of golf is what makes golf such a great sport.
Only one golfer in a thousand grips the club lightly enough.
I don't want to brag, but I do more homework on the course than any other announcer. I chart the greens to get all the breaks. I walk down into the greenside bunkers. I walk into the fairway bunkers to see whether a player can reach the green from them.
If I had been in the gallery, I'd have gone home.
Most announcers play pattycake, pattycake with the players they're covering.
For me, 'choking' is just another term in golf.
Nobody ever heard Jack Nicklaus say 'I don't know' about anything.
Look, I'm not trying to be critical when I'm on the air.
Match play really exposes your character and how much of a will to win you have in your heart.
If you don't like my announcing, you don't like me.
There are plenty of guys who played great golf, had great careers and only won a few majors.
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