Author: 'Chi Chi' Rodríguez

I've heard people say putting is 50 percent technique and 50 percent mental. I really believe it is 50 percent technique and 90 percent positive thinking, see, but that adds up to 140 percent, which is why nobody is 100 percent sure how to putt.

(1935 – ) Puerto Rican professional golfer

I read the greens in Spanish, but putt in English.

(1935 – ) Puerto Rican professional golfer

For most amateurs, the best wood in the bag… the pencil!

(1935 – ) Puerto Rican professional golfer

I don’t fear death, but I sure don’t like those three-footers for par.

(1935 – ) Puerto Rican professional golfer

A golf ball is like a clock; always hit it at 6 o’clock and make it go toward 12 o’clock… but make sure you’re in the same time zone.

(1935 – ) Puerto Rican professional golfer

I asked my caddie for a sand wedge and he came back ten minutes later with a ham on rye.

(1935 – ) Puerto Rican professional golfer

The first time I played the Masters, I was so nervous I drank a bottle of rum before I teed off; I shot the happiest 83 of my life.

(1935 – ) Puerto Rican professional golfer

When Lee Trevino and Jack Nicklaus come in, I'll caddie for Jack.

(1935 – ) Puerto Rican professional golfer

Golf is the most fun you can have without taking your clothes off.

(1935 – ) Puerto Rican professional golfer

When Lee [Trevino] and Jack [Nicklaus] win, it is good for golf; when I win, it is better.

(1935 – ) Puerto Rican professional golfer

He told me just to keep the ball low.

(1935 – ) Puerto Rican professional golfer

There are two things you can do with your head down– play golf and pray.

(1935 – ) Puerto Rican professional golfer

A golf ball is like a clock. Always hit it at six o'clock and make it go toward twelve o'clock. But make sure you're in the same time zone.

(1935 – ) Puerto Rican professional golfer













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