By Alex Morgan
Life is a game with snakes on every level.
Never play with the feelings in relationship, because you have no idea how karma plays the game.
Politics is a game of compromise.
You must play boldly to win.
There is no king of golf. Never has been, never will be. Golf is the most democratic game on Earth… It punishes and exalts us all with splendid equal opportunity.
I have a tip that can take 5 strokes off anyone’s golf game. It’s called an eraser.
When you lose the ability to step up and hit the ball as hard and as far as you want, that also affects your ability to will the ball to go where you want it to go, if you know what I mean.
Golf is deceptively simple and endlessly complicated; it satisfies the soul and frustrates the intellect. It is at the same time rewarding and maddening – and it is without a doubt the greatest game mankind has ever invented.
Everyone I built a course for thinks they have the best golf course in the world and I’m very pleased and proud of that.
I can sum it up like this: Thank God for the game of golf.
The head-banging music gives me a headache. Katy Perry is fun, Rihanna, old-school ’90s hip-hop. Salt-N-Pepa. I like listening to that. Get the nerves out before the games.
The way I’ve been brought up is to take critiques and turn them into positives in my game.
I’ve always wanted to become a professional soccer player.
Whenever people say “women’s soccer,” I want to correct them to say “soccer.” Every girl has had their sport diminished because they’re girls.
I could be a model for one night. But I’m also a professional soccer player, and I like to be taken seriously on the field.
One thing I’m proud to do like a girl is to represent my country in the Olympics and at the highest level, at the highest platform that I can.
Sportsmanship is definitely an important thing in all sports. In soccer, we all respect each other on such a high level, between Sweden and Brazil and Japan or whatever team it is.
We’re going to be World Champions…forever.
I started off playing sports when I was five years old. I played three or four sports all throughout the year.
I have done ‘Sports Illustrated,’ but I don’t regret it because it portrayed me in a positive way – as an athlete.