127
Add a comment
You must be logged in to be able to post comments!
Create my account Sign in
Top comments
Comments
Reply

35 is right. Golf wears you down fast as shit. And you can't say that it's not intense if you've never played a round. I challenge you all to go to your local course and play 9 holes without breaking a sweat. Also bonus points to the person who doesn't get yelled at by the old fart behind them on the course.

Reply

I've been playing golf for 11 years and have worked at a course for nine. From all of my experiences doing both, you're going to sweat. Unless of course you take a golf cart. I dare anyone saying it's not intense to WALK a full 18 hole round and tell me you didn't sweat or aren't at least a little tired... Walking while playing golf is one of the best core workouts a person can get. Especially when you carry your bag.

Reply

Just because you break a sweat doesn't mean it's hardcore or anything. Nothing against golf, but it's not like you have to exert yourself or anything.

Reply

I honestly believe that golf shouldn't be considered as a sport unless the 'player' is walking their course while playing. It does challenge you mentally, yeah, but it's not as physically taxing as other sports when you're in a golf cart. But this is coming from a horseback rider (which, by the way, is actually incredibly physically and mentally taxing, especially if you don't condition yourself with other exercises. At least with the discipline that I practice.) so I suppose my opinion could be considered illegitimate.

Reply

#35,#51, #66 - really? Golf is Intense? Damn, i bet you all faint watching a chess game. And yes, I play golf. I just did 18 holes, no sweat, not tired. Its a RELAXING/GENTLEMENS sport. NOT intense.

Reply

You must be one hell of an athlete. I get tired out more from golfing than I did from running track and playing basketball in school. I guess I must be doing it wrong since no one else gets tired from walking 18 holes...

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

Reply

You're not a winner until you've successfully executed the master point-and-spin. It's a special breed of high-five involving only one finger. Spin around and then point viciously at your opponent - if your fingers collide, you, sir, are a winner.

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

Loading data…