Aaron Baddeley quotes

  • Once you have your practice and you have your mechanics, you must be able to go out there and trust your mechanics.
    -- Aaron Baddeley

    #Golf #Practice #Able

  • I had a nice read on the putt and I said to myself, 'This is for you, Jesus, ' and knocked it in.
    -- Aaron Baddeley

    #Jesus #Nice #Said

  • I don't feel like I'm out of my element or anything like that. I'm very comfortable where I'm at. I enjoy being in this position, and actually it feels like I haven't really been away from it. I feel very comfortable out there from the first tee onwards.
    -- Aaron Baddeley

    #Comfort #Elements #Firsts

  • When you're not finding the fairway, it's hard to be consistent. [Right now] I'm comfortable and I'm not so comfortable, if that makes sense.
    -- Aaron Baddeley

    #Comfort #Consistent #Make Sense

  • The Old Testament is responsible for more atheism, agnosticism, disbelief - call it what you will - than any book ever written; it has emptied more churches than all the counterattractions of cinema, motor bicycle and golf course.

  • If some hole does not possess striking individuality through some gift of nature, it must be given as much as possible artificially, and the artifice must be introduced in so subtle a manner as to make it seem natural.

  • I just picked up golf, it was good, give me a chance to play golf.

  • All autonomous agencies and authorities, sooner or later, turn into self-perpetuating strongholds of conventional thought and practice.

  • Art without accomplishment becomes a form of faith, sustained more by the intensity of its common practice than by the pleasure it gives to its adherents in private.

  • Love shouldn't be about jealousy or anything like that. It should be about commitment and being able to trust that person. If you can't have that from the get-go, there's a problem.

  • I knew that even if I was able to call for help, I was in a place so remote that it wasn't likely there would be anyone who could help me. And even if there were, it could take weeks.

  • You can teach taste, editorial sense, but the ability to say something funny is something I've never been able to teach anyone.

  • I need to be able to explain myself in context.

  • But I was only a chaotic walker, nobody could stop me; even a totalitarian state was not able to control my daydreams, my poetic fascinations, the pattern of my walking.