LOL - I have to admit, that's sort of a new one. I've heard stories about Japanese trains broadcasting PGA tournaments on tv sets built into the cars so riders could watch the Masters. I don't know if they do it for more tournaments.I so addicted that I even need to watch golf even during commutes.
I like the philosophy of enjoying the game, nothing to stress about win or lose! and the beauty of the journey of the game and control scenarios. I do really love the game!I play golf because in a lot of ways it emulates life. With all the successes and failures, trials and tribulations, ups and downs, along the way, it is the journey that is the important thing, and not the destination. It is how I deal with it, and not the outcome.
I play golf for the beauty of the surroundings, the manicured grass, the raked bunkers, the stately trees, the bushes and bramble, the wild life that I run across.
I play golf because of the people I meet, the grizzled old war veteran, the young college student, the mother of 3 young kids, the harried businessman, the retired schoolteacher, and all walks of life in between.
I taught my wife this magnificent game so she could know the joy I get from it, and we could share many quality hours together. And we do!