Raymond Floyd Best Quotes

Raymond Loran “Ray” Floyd (born September 4, 1942) is an American professional golfer who has won numerous tournaments and four major titles on both the PGA Tour and Champions Tour. He was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1989. Enjoy Raymond Floyd’s best quotes below.

“They call it golf because all the other four letter words were taken.”
“Golf is a game, and games are meant to be enjoyed.”
“How can you get tired of playing golf?”
“I guess what was going to come back came back on Monday. Of course now I’ve played a different golf course. I’ve played two practice rounds and two tournament rounds all kind of the same and now today I’ve played a different golf course.”
“As a kid in Fayetteville, N.C., I played golf all day, every day, a lot of it by myself. I spent hundreds of hours around the greens at Cape Fear Valley, the course my dad owned, hitting every shot I could think of – the one-hop-and-release, the chip that lands dead, the explosion from a bad lie.”
“When you’re the best, and you know you’re the best, and your contemporaries know you’re the best, that’s a terrific edge.”
“I’m used to the golf course playing soft, so tomorrow I’m going to have to pay attention a little bit more.”
“I was from North Carolina, so as a youngster all of my mind games about golf were always, ‘If I make this I win The Masters, if I hole this par putt I win The Masters.’ So it was a great thrill to play there.”
“Doug Ford was one of the first of the old pros I saw during my first full year on tour, in 1963. To this day he’s the best chipper I’ve ever seen. One thing Doug did was get the ball onto the green and rolling right away, keeping it as low as possible. He never hit his chips higher than was absolutely necessary.”
“Guys get voted into the Hall of Fame who don’t belong, who lack the numbers. I’m very upset at the Hall of Fame for that. It’s not fair to the people who went in early.”
“It’s going to you know, I can’t go out there and shoot par and win. Everybody is playing well, and I think you’ll have to go out tomorrow and have 4, 5, 6 under par probably.”

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