Golf with the guys is usually a fun time. But I take exception when slow players bring a golf cart with them. Especially when they very often wait at one person’s ball before they go onto their next ball.
This begins the discussion is walking better than riding?
- Usually, people in carts aren’t as good at paying attention where their ball ends up. I think they figure they can just drive out there and spend time looking for it.
- It’s much harder to get into a rhythm. Mainly because before you know it you’re at your ball. You don’t have time to think about it and level out why you made such a poor swing, etc.
- Also being in a cart isn’t near as social. Sure you’re social with the person in your cart perhaps, but those walking have a much more social experience.
Myself personally. It’s a walk outside and you’re enjoying nature. Unless you’re sixty years old you should grab a pushcart and enjoy some time outside. Be it two hours or four hours.
Regardless, it’s always enjoyable to get out with a good group of guys that enjoy competing and playing good golf.
I agree with ‘The Herd’. The Cavs screwed this up. Eleven years with the best player and only a single championship to show for it.
You need to stop saying things like,”It was a good run.” That being said Nike announced they’re bringing down the Lebron James banner in Cleveland.
Sports Illustrated has a good breakdown of all the NBA dealings and how good/bad they are.