Arnold Palmer: I was taught to play the game of golf like a game, and to enjoy it as a game. You know the saying, everything isn’t winning, but it is almost. And I leave a little room there for “almost.” Certainly, I didn’t win every event that I played in. And I didn’t win a lot of the times when I wanted to win very badly, but it didn’t end my life. It wasn’t so dramatic that it changed my lifestyle, or my style of living when I lost. And I think that being able to lose and being able to cope with losing was almost as important as winning. And winning was first and foremost, because it was necessary. But losing was as much an education as winning was. And I think the combination of the two is very, very important. And being able to understand that is very important in a person’s life.