Lipton’s Journal/January 24, 1955/244
Golfers are people who take their one ball and whack it a mile away; they are so angry their other ball was taken away years ago. Of course there are also putters who love to nudge their little ball lovingly. Iron shooters I don’t dig although there’s a lot in the word. Sand-blasters seem obvious, I think. They want to do a real big blast, but they don’t want the ball to go too far away. Not to mention hooks and slices. They must be very painful to a one-balled man.