If you’ve been reading the site in recent months, you might have noticed a trend: golf courses are starting to resemble war zones. Just last week a student assistant football coach at Texas had a deal with a nut job pointing a gun at him because his foursome was playing to slow; there are countless other examples of golf games turning violent recently - my personal favorite is still the guy who attacked a 12-year-old kid who picked up his golf ball with his club.
We’re not the only one who has spotted this trend: The NEW YORK TIMES decided to turn their attention to what they call “golf rage” and find out just what is making America’s duffers become mountains of rage and anger. Their conclusion: golf is such a frustrating game, that it really is a four-letter word. Hardy har har.