“Do I maintain, then, the reader may ask, that everyone ought to have the same style? By no means; on the contrary, for you or me to model ourselves on a champion is about as profitless as to copy out Hamlet in the hope of becoming Shakespeare . . . In a broad and general way, each player ought to have and has a style, which is the reflection of himself, his build, his mind, the age at which he began, and his previous habits.”
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Sir Walter Simpson, The Art of Golf (1897)