Golf a good walk spoiled winston churchill
Quote by Winston S. Churchill: “Golf is a game whose aim is to hit a very small...”
As Churchill famously didn’t say about golf . . .
Golf induces conversation. And conversation on the course, or off the course when it gets around to golf , can be memorable. In fact, many sayings about this grand, frustrating, beautiful and exasperating game are now part of our lexicon, circulating within our culture like blood inside our bodies. The heart of this oral golf history is the game itself. Golf is more complicated than that.
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We reported the other day on a YouGov survey of spectator sports. Golf, by a long stretch, was voted the most boring. If we were going to misquote that famous aphorism about golf being a good walk spoiled, he suggested, we should at least give credit to its originator, Mark Twain. But did Twain actually say it? Certainly he is most often cited as the source, but lexicographers have their doubts.