By Alex Morgan
Let the players play, let the haters hate, and let karma handle their fate.
The difference between a ‘player’ and a ‘playboy’ is a few million bucks.
Fate shuffles the cards and we play.
You must play boldly to win.
I think I’ve heard somebody say that I was a well-dressed golfer. I guess that has something to do with the fact that a lot of people who play golf don’t dress very well.
I probably have a club in my hands 360 days a year, one way or another, playing with friends or just fiddling around or hitting balls.
My problem happens to be nearsightedness – inability to see distance. And this is pretty tough on a golfer.
My search for ways to improve my touch has never ended. We players tried a lot of different things and compared notes. Little fads would set in.
Had I not become a professional golfer, I think I would have pursued some type of career in aviation.
Every day I play golf, that’s my goal. To break 70 the other way. To shoot 70 or better.
I wasn’t the most technical player. But I was fast, and if I push the ball past a player, I can get there. Everyone always made fun of me in a good way for that.
I’ve always wanted to become a professional soccer player.
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.
I started off playing sports when I was five years old. I played three or four sports all throughout the year.
I was the biggest tomboy growing up. Now I love playing with a full face of makeup.
Around the age of 14, I was very discouraged from a coach. It was my first youth club team while playing soccer. She told me at the time that I wasn’t good enough to play on the team, that I would never get into the game.
I want young girls to dream about being professional soccer players instead of just watching the boys go out and play.