This funny “My Wand Chose Me” golf t-shirt is perfect for anyone who loves golf! Makes a great gift for Christmas, birthday, or anytime! This t-shirt is soft and lightweight, with the right amount of stretch. It's comfortable and flattering for both men and women.
Let everyone know how much you like golf without saying a word. Sharing your interests through what you wear breaks down a barrier. Without speaking, you can tell others a little bit about yourself and share your personality. This fun t-shirt is perfect for any avid golfer.
• 100% combed and ring-spun cotton (Heather colors contain polyester)
• Ash color is 99% combed and ring-spun cotton, 1% polyester
• Heather colors are 52% combed and ring-spun cotton, 48% polyester
• Athletic and Black Heather are 90% combed and ring-spun cotton, 10% polyester
• Heather Prism colors are 99% combed and ring-spun cotton, 1% polyester
• Fabric weight: 4.2 oz (142 g/m2)
• Pre-shrunk fabric
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
Why do people play golf? What attracts people and keeps them in the game? by Anonymous
“For me, it's largely that sensation of raw power that comes from hitting a little white ball 250+ yards, sky high, and in all sorts of shapes and sexily curved flights. The feel of striking the ball purely and watching it pierce the air like a bullet -- or, at the other end of the shot-making spectrum, float on the wind, balloon-like -- is, very arguably, a euphoria unmatched in any other sport.
Obviously, the game would get old pretty quickly if you could do this 100 percent of the time, so the rarity of success is what makes it so captivating. (I think Ben Hogan wrote that he would be very happy to hit just one "good" shot per round.) Professional video game developers always stress the need to balance success and failure, so that players will return with hopes of improving. Golf does this extremely well; the prospect of being able to come back to the course tomorrow and card your best round, or hit the best shot of your life, is nothing less than tantalizing. On a shot-to-shot basis, it's being able to finesse your ball through the trees and onto the green to save par after an embarrassing duck hook into that stupid maple thicket. (If you follow professional golf, think of Rory McIlroy collapsing at the Masters and coming back two months later to win the U.S. Open in record-breaking style.)
Another point to make is that, in golf, you have the chance to savor a great shot for a good five minutes, much like a tart red wine or a pungent Camembert from the south of France. In most other sports, though, you're required to get back into the game almost immediately. There's the constant adrenaline rush in football and basketball, but there's never really enough time to appreciate the great pass you made, or the clutch three-pointer. Beyond that, great shots in golf can be immortalized by saving your scorecard, marked with seven birdies, or the ball you used to shoot your first round in the 80s. After a while, it's like being the curator of a little museum of your accomplishments. I think that's awesome.
The social aspect, the natural beauty of the course, the variety (no two holes are the same), the opportunity for character-building, the egalitarianism (handicap system), and the ability play until you're 80+ with the always-elusive challenge of shooting your age... Moreover, these things tend to ring true whether you're playing at your crappy nine-hole municipal course or at an exclusive resort in the Swiss Alps, or with the opulent modernity of Dubai in panoramic view.
Taken together, all of these things give credence to Arnold Palmer's famous quote. It's why I play and why I would never give up golf to pursue any other sport or hobby.”
My Wand Chose Me Funny Golf Unisex T-Shirt
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