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Golfing Pet Peeves: What is yours???

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#1 bruinsPATSirish

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Posted 08 January 2013 - 11:43 PM

I would be willing to bet everyone has atleast one big pet peeve on the golf course.  Whether it is something small or big, we all have something that bugs us.  So tell us, what is yours???

I'll start with one pet peeve that I have and that is absolutely HATE... the bad shot, drama queen club drop!  :stop:

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Posted 09 January 2013 - 09:14 AM

Oh man, where to begin.

People who play slow.
People who don't pick their ball up out of the hole when they finally make a putt.
People who walk back and forth to get clubs when it's cart path only.  Bring more than one club idiot!

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Posted 09 January 2013 - 09:16 AM

The people that play it ;)

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Posted 09 January 2013 - 09:47 AM

I HATE being stuck behind the guy (or guys) that walks around the entire green and spends 10 (feels like it anyway) minutes before taking 15 practice swings only to miss a 3 foot putt, then starts the whole process over again.  I saw you shank your drive, take 4-5 shots to get on the green (all with multiple practice swings), and now your acting like this is the putt that's going to win the Masters for you.  Bonus points for standing on the green after finally making a putt and writing the score down while my buddies and I wait to tee off.  

As somebody who is also a terrible golfer, I feel it is important to enjoy my round while also not holding up play for others, especially due to my lack of game.  Just speed it up and get out of the way.      


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Posted 09 January 2013 - 09:58 AM

Oh look, this topic again.  You guys can't be this miserable.

Edited by cheeser, 09 January 2013 - 09:58 AM.


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Posted 09 January 2013 - 10:19 AM

Guys who pick their nose while putting.

Guys who don't pay attention.

Guys who don't attend the flag.

Guys who can't hit their drives 300 yards.

Guys who miss the green.

Guys who can't shoot par.

Guys who are late.

Guys who are early.

Guys who are on time.

Guys who hate.

Guys who hate haters.

And last but not least, hateful kinds of guys...
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Posted 09 January 2013 - 10:54 AM

People that do not repair their ball marks on the green and act like its the greens keeper's job

People that pitch a fit over a bad shot when they rarely ever play or practice.

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Posted 09 January 2013 - 12:19 PM

My friends and I play by the Rules of Golf with the exception of conceded putts.  We don't concede anything over 6-8 inches and we always look around to make sure everyone in the games agrees to the concession.  But my true pet peeve is when guys don't pay attention to the tee markers and end up teeing off from ahead of them. It's a ridiculous pet peeve  - but there are a few guys that play in our money games occasionally and it really get's under my skin.  And truthfully - a guy teeing off two inches ahead on the tee markers on a 475 yard par four doesn't gain any practical advantage - I look on it as a character flaw.

Please feel free to slam me for admitting that we concde putts in money games.  Some of the old guys at my club go ballistic over that.
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Posted 09 January 2013 - 12:27 PM

It drived me nuts when I see sunflower seed shells on the greens and tee boxes.  This seems to have started just in the past few years and I find it disgusting.  It's weird though, I have never been paired with people chewing seeds, but see the remnants almost everytime I am out.

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Posted 09 January 2013 - 12:30 PM

Winter


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Posted 09 January 2013 - 01:43 PM

Winter
Slow play


Some sunflower shells can be from birds.
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Posted 09 January 2013 - 02:01 PM

People with no etiquette and regard for people sharing the course drive me mad.

On Sunday I was teeing off the 9th. There was a group behind us looking in the rough for a ball just off the 8th green. They had been laughing and shouting all the way around, but we had managed to tolerate them. Anyway, at the top of my backswing one of them decided to whistle that he had found the ball... not just a normal whistle, but a two fingers in the mouth foghorn whistle, which was totally unnecessary considering all 4 of them were within 10 metres of each other. I turned around and had a few choice words, then one of my playing partners got involved, and one of them told him to f**k off and mind his own business. Unluckily for them I was playing with the head pro, head of golf and the son of the course owner, and they were told to get off the course, get their green fee back from the clubhouse and leave immediately. The course marshal was even called to escort them off!
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Posted 09 January 2013 - 02:03 PM

View Postlumberman2462, on 09 January 2013 - 12:19 PM, said:

My friends and I play by the Rules of Golf with the exception of conceded putts.  We don't concede anything over 6-8 inches and we always look around to make sure everyone in the games agrees to the concession.  But my true pet peeve is when guys don't pay attention to the tee markers and end up teeing off from ahead of them. It's a ridiculous pet peeve  - but there are a few guys that play in our money games occasionally and it really get's under my skin.  And truthfully - a guy teeing off two inches ahead on the tee markers on a 475 yard par four doesn't gain any practical advantage - I look on it as a character flaw.

Please feel free to slam me for admitting that we concde putts in money games.  Some of the old guys at my club go ballistic over that.

I assume that the tee box markers are straight. The reason I ask is last year my buddy and I were playing a casual round just for the h3ll of it. We scored a tee time that was between league night tee times. We are on the box and the putting green is right next to the 1st tee, so there a bunch of guys hanging around waiting to tee off. I put my peg in the ground on the far side of the box as I am lefty, clearly behind the marker. Some jackwagon who is waiting to tee off calls me out because he says I am teeing off in front of the marker. I'm like are you kidding me? I back off and say to him that I am clearly behind the marker that my ball is tee'd up on. He says but I am in front of the other marker. So now I am am more than a little irriated at this point. FOr starters I'm not in your league so I could tee of from the middle of the fairway if I chose bc I am playing a casual after work with a buddy. 2ndly worry about your own ball and score. But he kept after it. So I walk over and look and from his angle I was infront of the marker on the otherside of the box. But on the otherside my ball was behind the marker as it was almost right up against. The markers clearly weren't straight, or parallel or whatever. Point is guys aren't always teeing off in front of the marker intentionally.

To the OP, my pet peeve is cell phones. Look I am on my phone all day long for work and personal. Never leaves my side and most times I am on my phone while at the desk. I get it. BUt when I step on the course, phone goes silent and in the bag. I will check it at the turn to make sure the wife didn't call or need anything (2 young kids). But I never understand guys who need to talk or text or facebook while playing around.

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Posted 09 January 2013 - 03:22 PM

Getting paired with someone that thinks they are a swing coach.  I golfed a stay and play weekend with a guy that shot in the upper 80's that felt the need to instruct everyone in the group like he was Hank Haney.

...followed closely by the  hit 2-3-4 balls from one lie till i get the shot i want and card it guy

and lastly the dude that brought all of 4 balls and lost 3 of them by the 4th hole, be prepared for a day of the shanks because it can happen.  Especially when its evident that they spend enough time in the woods  to earn their wilderness golf ball badge.

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Posted 09 January 2013 - 03:23 PM

View Postdenismcg, on 09 January 2013 - 12:27 PM, said:

It drived me nuts when I see sunflower seed shells on the greens and tee boxes.  This seems to have started just in the past few years and I find it disgusting.  It's weird though, I have never been paired with people chewing seeds, but see the remnants almost everytime I am out.

This is a huge issue at the course we use for our company league this summer.  The T box is one thing, but spitting them on the greens is another.


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Posted 09 January 2013 - 03:33 PM

Music on the golf course.   Your car is a much better place to listen to music.    Try your home - that's good too.    Leave your music someplace other than the golf course.  

Smartphones and tiny portable speakers somehow turned into a right for guys now thinking they can play music at any volume they choose from their carts while playing golf.
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Posted 09 January 2013 - 03:40 PM

View PostbruinsPATSirish, on 08 January 2013 - 11:43 PM, said:

I'll start with one pet peeve that I have and that is absolutely HATE... the bad shot, drama queen club drop!  :stop:

Guilty! I do this a couple of times a season and I regret it instantly every time! But I'm aware it makes me look like an a** hat - so I'm working on it! :russian_roulette:

My biggest pet peeve is when someone hits a bad shot and drops another ball to give it a second go... either they pull it off or they go Tin Cup and drop another...

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Posted 09 January 2013 - 03:46 PM

One more pet peeve - the guy who is up your butt the whole round...

We get it, you want to play faster, so do we... but there's a group in front of us and one in front of them. Please don't stand in the fairway with your hands on your hips giving us the death stare all day - there's nothing we can do about it.

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Posted 09 January 2013 - 03:51 PM

My regular golfing buddy(bro-in-law) is about an 8 handicap....Id say he plays more like a 9 or 10, as his best rounds rarely come with me(or anyone else) around. Anyways....he FLIPS out when he hits a poor shot. Throws clubs, talks about it for the next 2 holes, slams his club head into the ground.

I'm like dude, you're a 10...you're good, but not THAT good. You shouldn't expect to hit everyone on the screws and right at the stick. If the big boys on tour can miss greens, I assure you, you're gonna miss your fair share. Now shut up and let's go.

When the above happens, it is often accompanied by mysterious illnesses. A stiff neck, pulled chest muscle, etc. Or my personal favorite: "I'm just mentally out of it." Really? We're on the 2nd tee box and you're mentally out of it?! Gimme a friggin break.
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Posted 09 January 2013 - 03:55 PM

When the half way house runs out of '08 Screaming Eagle Cab...

It's enough to have me consider leaving the game for good...


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Posted 09 January 2013 - 04:11 PM

View Posthogans71, on 09 January 2013 - 03:55 PM, said:

When the half way house runs out of '08 Screaming Eagle Cab...

It's enough to have me consider leaving the game for good...

No kidding. Don't even get me started on melba toast shortages and the woeful lack of Gruyere and Havarti. Cheddar? What is this, a monster truck rally?!
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Posted 09 January 2013 - 04:21 PM

1) Slow play when there is no reason for it. Being a bad golfer IS a reason and I will cut them a break.
2) Those that complain to the golf manager about our 4-some's slow play, when we finish a round in 3:40. Why I got out of HUMBOLDT COUNTRY CLUB. There I said it. No, I'm not a bad golfer :)

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Posted 09 January 2013 - 04:24 PM

The guy who does not know how to whisper. Oh he thinks he's whispering but he's not. It's an audible, irritating grumble.... During my backswing..... And the ***** is discussing mortgages, pensions, six frigging sigma or some other bullsheet which has no place on a golf course.

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Posted 09 January 2013 - 04:28 PM

mine is simply slow play. Nothing worse than that. Really as long as you keep moving i don't care if you are playing by the rules or not. I just play freindly games with my buddies, so they can lie, cheat, and cuss all day. As long as we are moving along i am good.

my other new one is sloppy dress on the course. The game has an unspoken dress code, so i think it is respectful to wear a collared shirt and semi dress shorts/slacks. you don't have to be in your Sunday best, but i am not a fan of tank tops and jean shorts on the course. I mean i'd like to see guys tuck their shirts in but it is not a deal killer.

And the guy that is POed all day is not fun to play with. Some buddies of mine get like this where you try to joke with them about a bad shot and you literally can't say a word for like an hour. I will just tell them relax. We are just golfing here. The negative attitude can check itself at the first tee as far as i am concerned.

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Posted 09 January 2013 - 04:53 PM

Cell phones on the golf course.  

I don't know why.. but I don't like it.  I'm usually attached to my iPhone.. but when it's time to play golf.. put the dang thing up.  If you are expecting a call, leave it on vibrate and let it go to voicemail.  

My wife gets mad at me because she'll text me or something and I don't answer her back.  I check my phone before I tee off, once at the turn, and when I'm done.


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Posted 09 January 2013 - 04:56 PM

View PostWillie Malay, on 09 January 2013 - 04:21 PM, said:

1) Slow play when there is no reason for it. Being a bad golfer IS a reason and I will cut them a break.
2) Those that complain to the golf manager about our 4-some's slow play, when we finish a round in 3:40. Why I got out of HUMBOLDT COUNTRY CLUB. There I said it. No, I'm not a bad golfer :)

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Posted 09 January 2013 - 05:00 PM

Slow play I can handle. Not letting anyone play through, that gets old pretty quick. If things are just generally backed up I can be as patient as anyone, but when holes start to open up in front of the group in front of me, I just can't understand the tendency to simply refuse to let people play through. There are two groups that really get to me in this respect.

First: Groups of 8, 12, or 16 guys that play in consecutive foursomes with the slowest one bringing up the rear. Seems like every time I ask one of these groups to play through - even if there is an open hole in front of them - I always get the "well, we have some buddies in front of us" response. Ultimately I don't see why this should matter but if it really does, just wait a hole or two and I will quickly be through all of your groups and you can go back to your social clusterf*ck.

Second: Foursomes and fivesomes that are really quick from green to tee but excruciatingly slow from tee to green. They make you wait on every shot in the round, but never give you the chance to ask about playing through. I love watching them jump into their carts, zoom off, and rush to hit their tee shots only to end up waiting a dog's age for approaches and play around the green. I wonder if they really think rushing off to the next tee is going to improve things.
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Posted 09 January 2013 - 05:16 PM

winter

and when I play like crap.

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Posted 09 January 2013 - 05:43 PM

Not letting groups play through when there is nobody in front of them is my #1

I don't mind the music as long as its not AC/DC or something like that, I like rock but it gets me all fired up on the course. Conversely, if you're a guy and you like music on it better not be crap like britney spears etc.

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Posted 09 January 2013 - 09:01 PM

Oh god you had to ask! I have a few!

1 and the biggest) I hate when people throw me my ball back and tell me to "pick it up" on a 2 footer, I need to finish.
2) I hate when people get really pissed off.
3) I hate when people take my honors after I make a birdie.
4) I hate playing with/ being behind slow players.
5) I hate when people don't pick up their broken tees.
6) I hate when people don't refill their divot.
7) I hate when someone is taking practice swings when I address the ball.
8) I hate club slamming.
9) I hate when someone hits into me.
10) I hate when people talk to my ball!!!!

Ok I'm done :)

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