I understand why marriages break up over golf. I can't even talk about my own handicap because it's too upsetting.
More Quotes from Shia LaBeouf:They're very, uh, you know, I don't come from the suburbs and a jolly, Disney type of lifestyle. I come from something totally different. And they're cool and bare minimum so it's not always a money issue for me.
When I first met Josh, I walked into a Disney screening room ... and he's sitting there talking to all these executives, like he's holding court, ... I say 'You've got to be kidding me. Josh, are you even old enough to have chest hair' And he says 'No, but you should see my back.' He's a funny little kid who would talk you out of your shoes and sell them back to you.
And yeah, my handicap was down to a 10 when we were at the thick of it. I trained for six or seven months, golfing every day for six hours, seven days a week, with eight trainers. It was intense.
A lot of people like to think that golf is a lazy man's sport, ... Or it's a rich man's sport, or it's a sport that they can't be involved in. But they don't know Francis' story, which is why the movie was made in the first place To bring back this amazing tale so that people could be educated about how interesting it was. When golf used to be a rich man's sport, if you were poor you could not step foot on a course. Francis was a caddy. He grew up across the street from the course, looked up to Harry Vardon (played by Stephen Dillane in the film), this five-time British Open champion but he was never allowed to play.
No, I come for a hippy lifestyle, it's very open; my parents are both hippies.
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