Golf Truths are like Laws, but are even more Familiar
How Golf Really Came To Be
Other things about golf:
A golf gift given to you at Christmas by a non-golfer is always unsuitable.
A vacuum is the space between your ears that becomes entirely void of matter once you set foot on the course.
After 36 holes in broiling heat the bar has just closed.
All forms of wildlife on a golf course are there for the express purpose of putting you off.
Always concede the fourth putt.
Bunkers have the unnerving habit of rushing out to meet your ball.
Coincidentally the only remaining set of clubs in the professional's shop was made especially for you.
Curing the faults in your swing can never be affected in just one lesson from a professional.
Curly, downhill, left-to-right putts are usually followed by curly, uphill, right-to-left putts.
Delicate chip shots over bunkers always catch the top of the bank and fall back.
During the first round with a brand new set of clubs, the ball has to be played from a road.
Electric carts always break down at the furthest point from the clubhouse.
Foursomes golf means always having to say you're sorry.
Golf is like sex: afterward you feel you should have scored a little better.
Golf is the only game in which you fail to win 99 per cent of the time.