Johnny Miller is one of the most outspoken personalities in golf and he carries his expressiveness on his sleeve as a broadcaster for NBC. He had a great career on the PGA Tour, and he will gladly tell you that as his “confidence” is another thing he’s been known for.
He brought out his confident side once again with a what may be, the Millereist quote of all-time. Take a look, and get ready to laugh. Make sure you aren’t drinking coffee right now as I would hate you for you to spit it out laughing.
Here’s the quote:
“I was very little. When I graduated from ninth grade, I was 5-2, 105 pounds. I was a phenomenal putter. I’ll bet you when I was 12, I was in the top 10 in the world putting. I once had 16 putts for 18 holes [at San Francisco’s Lincoln Park]. On terrible greens, by the way.”
The funniest part of the whole thing is that the story that the quote was featured in, had nothing to do with Johnny Miller. The story was about Tiger Woods, written by legendary golf writer Jaime Diaz.
There isn’t anybody in golf quite like Johnny Miller and the two-time major champion and Hall of Famer isn’t afraid to tell you how great he was. As long as he knows that most golf fans will likely be rolling there eyes every time he boasts about himself.
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