Golf is a waste of a good walk
Quote by Mark Twain: “Golf is a good walk spoiled.”
Golf - a wonderful game or a waste of a walk?
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It was not Mark Twain, as is often cited.
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When you're reaching for just the right phrase to describe a situation with intelligence and humour, it's helpful to turn to the great minds of the past. As Oscar Wilde once said, "a quotation is a serviceable substitute for wit. In fact, neither Wilde or Voltaire ever used those exact words. The website Quote Investigator tracked the source down to Somerset Maugham, who once wrote: "She had a pretty gift for quotation, which is a serviceable substitute for wit. This type of misquotation is not unusual. Many popular turns of phrase were said by someone other than the person to whom they are often attributed - and in some cases were never said at all. But how do you find the true source of a quotation?