yes, we know you don't get it.......
I don’t get the “gentleman” thing. This isn’t a formal event among dignitaries. It’s a sporting event where guys are playing a GAME with thousands of people watching them having a good time while the events push alcohol sales. That said I’m sure people that hadn’t drank a drop still yell “mash potatoes” and all the other silly stuff that affects NO ONE. It’s sad that so many can’t go out in public and not be offended by everything someone else does regardless of how stupid or silly it is. I wouldn’t condone guys purposely yelling in backswings and things like that but no one is being hurt physically or their scores.....only their feelings.
Guess I don’t where they’re selling $9 beers and logo golf balls.
What...does that have to do with the thread topic??? Golf is not football. Golf is not basketball. Golf is not soccer. Golf is not rugby (although ge12 pointed out that even in rugby crowds are quiet when the ball is being put in play). As I have asked a few times, would you yell against a skater at a figure skating competition? If no, why not? Would you heckle a runner about to start a 400m race? If not, why not? Would you yell at an archer to miss right after firing a shot? If not, why not? Etc, etc, etc, etc...
Golf is not running. Golf is not skating. Golf is not anything you said. If you’re gonna play with analogies do better. So what did anything you say have to do with the thread topic? Notta
So why are your references of 'all other sports' valid analogies? I was just trying to point out some sports that are not the same as football, etc. So regarding the subject of crowd etiquette, the sports I mentioned ARE analogous to golf in that the fans DON'T yell against competitors. Don't you get it yet??? Anything sinking in??? Alright. I'm done. This is stupid.
Can someone tell me how to block?
Edited by thug the bunny, 14 March 2018 - 01:10 AM.