Golfing successfully may not be the same thing to all people. The term, how to golf, may sound strange and wrong, but people, by and large, don’t play golf; they golf, plain and simple. So learning how to golf is probably more accurate than saying how to play golf.
Golf, quite simply, is a game, a sport if you like, that is enjoyed by millions. However, most of those millions haven’t a clue about what they are doing. They have the money to buy expensive clubs, golf bag, garish shirts and an expensive electric golf trolley, but for them it’s a ritual and not really a sport. They “play” golf in a similar way that children play their games. There’s little rhyme or reason to it all, but it does get them out and about, and it does provide some sort of focus in life.
Golf is not, by and large, a poor man’s game. You have to invest in golf clubs, a bag to hold them, a membership of a local golf club, and so on. It all adds up. If you want to impress your friends and colleagues you will need a golf trolley. But you don’t want to be seen pushing or pulling it up hill and down dale, so you will need a battery powered golf trolley. That’s even more equipment to lug around, but for those wanting to learn how to golf, it’s all part of the game.
Don’t forget the rounds of drinks back at the clubhouse either. Being a member of a golf club means that you have to socialise. If you are a man, that also means that you will probably have to socialise with a guilty conscience, wondering if your long-suffering wife slaving over a hot stove back home, preparing the Sunday lunch, will understand that all you are really doing is taking a few classes in how to golf. Mind you, explaining that successfully when you arrive back home somewhat less than sober is another matter all together.
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