Oops! Armchair Golf Misquotes Descartes

Oops! Armchair Golf Misquotes Descartes 1“I golf, therefore I am.”
(not said by) Rene Descartes

Historical note:
Rene Descartes was a French philosopher, mathematician, scientist and writer. Descartes lived in the 17th century, and thereby avoided all rationalizations of the final-hole collapse of fellow countryman Jean Van de Velde at the 1999 British Open.

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Neil Sagebiel

1 thought on “Oops! Armchair Golf Misquotes Descartes”

  1. Very funny. I have one famous misquote not made by William Shakespeare. My wife always gets mad at me everytime I say this. This is because I always say this when she wants me to do some chores for her. Bad husband am I? Maybe.

    Here’s my misquote that sends my wife screaming at me:

    To golf or not to golf… that is the question.

    Hope to hear more famous misquotes from others too. Cheers!

    Tommy L. from Free Golf Tips and Free Golf Lesson Online.


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