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|Foreword Forget your opponents; always play against par -Sam Snead When "|
Coach" Tracy Roberts asked me to write this Foreword, I was honored and
excited. I was honored, because he is such a special person; and excited
because the ...
|“I've spent most of my life playing golf. The rest I've just wasted.” Anonymous. “|
Forget your opponents; always play against par.” Sam Snead (winner of 82 PGA
Tour events, including 7 majors. Runner-up in the U.S. Open four times). “Golf is
|Forget your opponents; always play against par. — Sam Snead You can't hold a |
man down without staying down with him. — Booker T. Washington The space in
a needle's eye is sufficient for two friends, but the whole world is scarcely big ...
|In the final round, if you're in contention, you're playing the man. —Jack Nicklaus I|
've always made a total effort, even when the odds seemed entirely against me. I
never ... —Chi-Chi Rodriguez Forget your opponents; always play against par.
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|There are always some fellows in there against you, shooting just as good golf or |
better. — Ben Hogan On What Drove Him To Be The Best Forget your opponents;
always play against par. — Sam Snead I love the challenge and I love coming ...
|Do not be afraid to fail—in golf or anything; it is how you learn to be better and |
have the most fun with the least frustration—at anything. Forget your opponents,
always play against par. —sam snead, professional golfer 27. Practice short-
|TOMMY ARMOUR If you need a par, go for a birdie, because if you don't get the |
birdie, you should hopefully get the par.— NICK FALDO Forget your opponents;
always play against par. — SAM SNEAD Through years of experience I have ...
|Edward Abbey "Forget your opponents; always play against par." — Sam Snead "|
A nose conjures more than it reveals — it is a luxury in the economy of the
senses." — KER "Life is what is happening to you while you are making other
|If,for example, your goalisto be the bestsalesman you can be,you needtohave a |
goodsense ofhow to chartyour ... How is your learning curve with respect to your
customers' needs? Perhaps ... Forget your opponents; always play against par.
|Chapter 5 Being Remembered for the Right Reasons 'Forget your opponents. |
Always play against par.' Sam Snead, Golfer In this Chapter: • looking good •
feeling good • sounding good • seeing eye to eye • getting into a right state •