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Netflix Fame Comedian Credits How Golf Helps Him Perform in Sold Out Arenas

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Legendary comedian Katt Williams, known for his quick wit and hilarious stand-up routines, has a surprising passion off the stage: golf. In a recent interview on Shannon Sharpe’s Club Shay Shay podcast, Williams opened up about his love for the game and how it has positively impacted his performances in sold-out arenas. Let’s dive into the details and explore how golf has become more than just a hobby for this Netflix-famous comedian. In a recent tweet by the PGA TOUR, Williams shared his insights on how the game of golf has significantly impacted his life, both on and off the stage:

“You can’t be high or low, you have to stay focused and that translates all the time.” – Katt Williams

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This quote perfectly encapsulates the connection Katt Williams draws between his love for golf and his ability to deliver stellar performances in sold-out arenas.

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The Comedian Turned Golfer

Katt Williams might not fit the typical image of a golfer. Standing at five-foot-five and being 52 years old, he doesn’t boast the length off the tee that some professional golfers do. However, Katt Williams proudly declares, “My short game is impeccable. I can’t get you two and some change off the tee, but I’m still coming in for par guaranteed.” Translation: While he may not crush the ball down the fairway, he excels at chipping and putting, ensuring he stays competitive on the course.

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Why Not Play from the Tips?

During the podcast, Sharpe asked Katt Williams if he plays from the tips (the farthest tees on the golf course). Williams responded with a brilliant insight: “I’ve found that you don’t get anything for that.” His point is spot-on. Playing from the tips might be a challenge, but it doesn’t necessarily lead to better scores or more enjoyment. In reality, no one cares where you shot it from; they care about the final score. So why not move up a box or two, give yourself more birdie chances, and have a blast while doing it? Williams’ perspective is refreshing and practical.

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