A woman can say more in a sigh than a man can say in a sermon.

— Arnold Haultain

The most unique Arnold Haultain quotes that are easy to memorize and remember

Golf is not a wrestle with Bogey; it is not a struggle with your mortal foe; it is a physiological, psychological and moral fight with your self; it is a test of mastery over self; and the ultimate and irreducible element of the game is to determine which of the players is the more worthy combatant.


Golf is more exacting than racing, cards, speculation, or matrimony.

In almost all other games you pit yourself against a mortal foe; in golf it is yourself against the world: no human being stays your progress as you drive your ball over the face of the globe.


Golf gives no margin: either you win or you fail.

You cannot hedge; you cannot bluff; you cannot give a stop order. One chance is given you, and you hit or miss. There is nothing more rigid in life. And it is this ultra and extreme rigidity that makes golf so intensely interesting.


Golf is a game in which attitude of mind counts for incomparably more than mightiness of muscle.


Don't worry about your caddie. He may be an irritating little wretch, but for eighteen holes he is your caddie.


Most of the difficult things in golf are mental, not physical.

Are subjective, not objective. Are the created phantasms of the mind, not the veritable realities of the course.


For woman's chief want is to feel that she is wanted.

Therefore it is that with women, cruelty is more easily borne than coldness. Indeed, It is astonishing how much downright cruelty a woman will stand from the man she loves or has loved. What women admire is a subtle combination of forcefulness and gentleness. If a woman has to choose between forcefulness and gentleness, always she will sacrifice the latter.


A man to whom a woman cannot look up, she cannot love.

Yet, it is marvelous how a woman contrives to find something to look up to in a man.


There are more 'Don'ts' in golf than there are in any other avocation in life.