12 Total Quotes

Hootie Johnson Quotes

As in the past, our objective is to maintain the integrity and shot values of the golf course as envisioned by Bobby Jones and Alister Mackenzie . Players' scores are not a factor. We will keep the golf course current with the times.
Hootie Johnson
#Golf

We don't want to take the golf ball off the table but we're not giving that any serious consideration right now.
Hootie Johnson
#Giving

I don't think it's good. Golf should only have par-three, par-four or par-five holes.
Hootie Johnson
#Golf

At holes No. 1 and No. 7 we want to emphasize accuracy off the tee while continuing to maintain the integrity of the holes.
Hootie Johnson
#Accuracy

The golf course is the way we want it to be this year. We will continue to study possible improvements.
Hootie Johnson
#Golf

We will keep the golf course current with the times.
Hootie Johnson
#Golf

They are entitled to their opinion. We are comfortable with what we're doing with the golf course for the Masters.
Hootie Johnson
#Golf

If we had six opinions, we really wouldn't know which way to go and they would all be good I'm sure.
Hootie Johnson
#Opinions

I didn't know that a tough golf course was supposed to be a lot of fun.
Hootie Johnson
#Fun

I love the place, just love everything that happens there. But now, I'm not so sure. It's changed dramatically from the course I knew the last 50 years. I guess if there was a moment, that was it.
Hootie Johnson
#Love

I didn't know that a tough golf course was supposed to be a lot of fun. I don't know that hitting a 6-iron on No. 1 would be any more fun today than it was 20 years ago.
Hootie Johnson
#Fun

Phil Mickelson hit a big driver, power fade down there and had a pitching wedge to the green. The hole wasn't intended to play like that. I believe [Ben] Hogan is quoted as saying, 'If you ever see me on that green, you know I've missed the shot.' Well, if Hogan was hitting a damn pitching wedge, he wouldn't have been to the right of the green. He'd have been within three feet of the cup.
Hootie Johnson
#Power