Golf through the Pandemics in The 19th Hole Posted June 30, 2021 21 minutes ago, ZenGolfer said: dudes who are trying to relive their college days I also have nothing against others doing their things. The forgotten of the rule about live your live and let the others live their live gets blurred when we're in a crowded space. As Those idiots damaging their eardrum playing music in traffic. I'll say go for it but "shut your windows " because the guys next to you don't want to heard the earth shuttering noise in a blistering hot day. I'm with those who wants to hear the birds chirping, the wind brushed the tree tops, and once in awhile the crisp snap of a well struck golf shot. I don't want to be forced to listen to some inconsiderate idiot playing loud music or yakking away on their mobile phone. Quite a few of our local private golf clubs forebit the use of mobile device on property unless in the club house. First thing they'll tell you is to "turn off" your cellphone at the entry gate, not even allowed to be on vibrate notice. Forewarned that one would be escorted off the premises should anyone report the use of a mobile communication device. Sorry, even if you're a Medical Doctor on call, no can do. I had reported the loud rowdy behavior on the golf courses to the club house and they'll send the course marshal down to observe and give warning if necessary, so a few idiots will not ruin the others enjoyment on the golf course. What's the big deal of wearing a Bluetooth device to enjoy your tune ? Although I had seen warnings been issued to golfers several times but never seen anyone actually got thrown off the public golf courses. People here do not know how to live with the others in a shared tighter space. What happened to the etiquette of golf we were taught, when we started to play this game ? I guess the launch monitor and golf instructors do not teach golf etiquette. Someone told me other countries ( Norway, Japan, maybe S. Korea) will require a short class in golf etiquette before a new golfer could step on the golf course, besides producing a card of "proficiency" in the game , the other prove of a card of attending the basic etiquette is also required. I was surprise to be asked to produce a USGA index card or a GHIN number to a private golf club overseas before I could step out to the first tee box with my host.