ScHoolboy Q says golf changed his life
ScHoolboy Q takes his golf game to the next level and credits the sport with helping change his life.
The TDE rapper is attending the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am at the Monterey Peninsula Country Club in Monterey, Calif., which runs February 3-6. Yesterday (February 5), the rhymer spoke to a PGA reporter during a break from the action and opened up about his thriving golf game and how it relates to him personally.
“Coming from where I’m from, the life I’ve had, I never thought about playing golf,” the “THat Part” rapper said. “And I got into it, it changed my mind, it taught me as a person. Like, that’s why certain things in my life go wrong or certain things go right, because of attitude. It fixed my attitude in life. It fixed a lot of things for me in life. Life is a game of golf. It’s a game of golf. Some good shots, some bad shots. But most importantly, keep going because you never know. Don’t give up because you’re in the sand on your fourth shot, you might add it. It taught me a lot about life, can you feel me?”
Q has been working on his golf game for a few years. In 2019, he spoke to golf summary on the origin of his interest in the sport. “It was a gamble,” he shared. “We were in the studio and my boy started talking like crazy. He’s a fashion designer who grew up playing with his dad. He says golf is too hard for me. I bet 10,000,000 I won’t be able to birdie in two years. At this point, the only golfers I had heard of were Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Arnold Palmer, and him only because of the drink. In less than 10 rounds, I I birdied, sank a putt about 70 feet, and it was over.”
In 2020, Q was added to the PGA 2K21 video game as a playable character.
See ScHoolboy Q playing golf and talking about his game below.
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