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  1. 1. What's your opinion about music on the golf course?

    • No music at all.
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    • Headphones on the range only.
      1
    • Bring it on. I need tunes on the range, the course, and all other parts of my life.
      5
    • I can go either way on a given day or round.
      9
    • Not sure. Not sure at all...
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I usually have headphones on the range unless I'm the only person out there or I know the people on the range. As for the round, if I know the people playing then I just ask if they care. Most welcome it in my usual groups. If I don't know them then I usually wait a hole or two to get acquainted and then ask if it would bother them if I played music or not. I tell them that I understand that it's not for everyone and no problem if they don't want it playing. I usually say that I even take requests and that gets a laugh most of the time.

 

I have to agree about the no depressing music thing. Most of my stuff is pretty upbeat. I think the closest to depressing I get is maybe Dave Matthews which to me isn't depressing.

I can't think of a thing I do where my personal actions necessitate a choice to be made by others at the golf course. It's an odd dynamic to create forcing people to choose to allow you to do something or not that is not critical to playing the game in any way, shape or form.

 

Music to me, on a golf course, is so foreign to the environment, even at a low level, I can't help but notice it.

What are these sudden "noises" that are so loud but can be drowned out by low level music. It won't help a bit. That's some loud music that drowns out a backfiring cart or something. But myself and others will notice the music as no one really expects to hear it out there. Well, at least that's the way it used to be.

 

It's just such a "me first" mentality kind of thing. That is the opposite of ettiquette. Ettiquette, to me, means no one has to make a choice about YOUR actions. That's an odd position to put people in. Over something that is not critical in any way shape or form.

 

Doesn't anyone like birds chirping, or just the wind rustling through trees? Or the slight clack of clubheads in the bag? Or hearing the sound of your impact? Or being able to clearly hear "fore!?"

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I like music.  You like music.  But I can guarantee that we won't like the same music.  I like my music in certain situations and the golf course is not one of them.  If I don't like my music on the golf course, I sure as hell don't want yours on the golf course.  Fine, if you are wearing headphones.  If someone across the course is playing music, there is not much I can do about that and it becomes part of the background noise.  However, the only reason I can see where someone is playing music in my group and I don't want them to play it, is to annoy me and gain an unfair advantage.  I have been known to leave a group and will not play with them again.  I agree with Divots, it's an etiquette thing.  

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Someone in this very thread has affected me with their music more than once.

There, I said it. I don't wanna start anything, but it has to be said.

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I've turned my music off for people, I've turned my music down so you can't hear it 2' outside the cart.  I have no issues with doing that, but I prefer to play with music.  All of the regular guys we play with prefer to play with music as well so it works for us.

 

I can use the same arguments either way though, someone's choice to not want music affects me the same way my choice to listen to music affects them.  In the end just like most things in golf it's different strokes for different folks.  Just be respectful either way and it will all work out.

 

Also if you don't want music probably best not to play in my group :)

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I can't think of a thing I do where my personal actions necessitate a choice to be made by others at the golf course. It's an odd dynamic to create forcing people to choose to allow you to do something or not that is not critical to playing the game in any way, shape or form.

 

Music to me, on a golf course, is so foreign to the environment, even at a low level, I can't help but notice it.

What are these sudden "noises" that are so loud but can be drowned out by low level music. It won't help a bit. That's some loud music that drowns out a backfiring cart or something. But myself and others will notice the music as no one really expects to hear it out there. Well, at least that's the way it used to be.

 

It's just such a "me first" mentality kind of thing. That is the opposite of ettiquette. Ettiquette, to me, means no one has to make a choice about YOUR actions. That's an odd position to put people in. Over something that is not critical in any way shape or form.

 

Doesn't anyone like birds chirping, or just the wind rustling through trees? Or the slight clack of clubheads in the bag? Or hearing the sound of your impact? Or being able to clearly hear "fore!?"

Well now it seems we have jumped to etiquette and not just music. How do you know your actions don't affect me? Do you know if I like your pace of play or if someone curses it may offend me(it doesn't but to some it might)? No I don't think so. I could go on and on with these examples of what I consider questionable etiquette. Considering how opinionated you are, I find it hard to believe that there is nothing that you would do on the course that someone else wouldn't like. Hell my favorite playing partner does stuff that I don't like sometimes and this is a guy I was roommates with in college who played baseball with me. We have the same taste in basically everything and I still think certain things he does are inappropriate or poor golf etiquette. At least I am upfront with the thing I do and ask people if they are bothered by it. Also my music is played from my cell phone not a speaker. It isn't like you can hear it at all on the next hole over.

As for the loud things that have happened in My backswing lately, it was someone's young children who yelled in my backswing twice in 1.5 holes. Their mother had brought them to cheer on their father which is fine but it would've been better if they hadn't tried to quiet the children at all so the yammering would have been constant. The other time is someone blowing their horn in the parking lot next to the 18th green while I was trying to make a 4 foot birdie for double money.

Each person has something that bothers them while on the course. Yours may just be different than mine.

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Well now it seems we have jumped to etiquette and not just music. How do you know your actions don't affect me? Do you know if I like your pace of play or if someone curses it may offend me(it doesn't but to some it might)? No I don't think so. I could go on and on with these examples of what I consider questionable etiquette. Considering how opinionated you are, I find it hard to believe that there is nothing that you would do on the course that someone else wouldn't like. Hell my favorite playing partner does stuff that I don't like sometimes and this is a guy I was roommates with in college who played baseball with me. We have the same taste in basically everything and I still think certain things he does are inappropriate or poor golf etiquette. At least I am upfront with the thing I do and ask people if they are bothered by it. Also my music is played from my cell phone not a speaker. It isn't like you can hear it at all on the next hole over.

As for the loud things that have happened in My backswing lately, it was someone's young children who yelled in my backswing twice in 1.5 holes. Their mother had brought them to cheer on their father which is fine but it would've been better if they hadn't tried to quiet the children at all so the yammering would have been constant. The other time is someone blowing their horn in the parking lot next to the 18th green while I was trying to make a 4 foot birdie for double money.

Each person has something that bothers them while on the course. Yours may just be different than mine.

No jump required. They are one in the same.

Each example of "noise" you cite is an ettiquette issue as well.

Pretty annoying when others don't consider your experience as important as theirs, huh?

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No jump required. They are one in the same.

Each example of "noise" you cite is an ettiquette issue as well.

Pretty annoying when others don't consider your experience as important as theirs, huh?

Hardly the same issue although you see them as one and the same. Check the survey. Well over half of the people who answered the survey say they don't mind music on the course in some form or fashion. That means it is more normal to accept music that consider it a breach in etiquette. I may consider it rude if you want me to turn my music off. Everyone sees different things as being rude.

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Check the poll, indeed. 71 percent answered something other than outright acceptance. That's telling.

 

How is letting your kids yell on the course and not say anything to correct them NOT an ettiquette issue?

How is honking one's horn in the parking lot distracting people NOT an ettiquette issue?

How is that different from talking in your backswing? It's not. But, if it suites your music argument, it is.

VERY convenient.

 

I mean, I'm on your side on the ettiquette issues you cite. I think I have a good grasp on this.

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Check the poll, indeed. 71 percent answered something other than outright acceptance. That's telling.

 

How is letting your kids yell on the course and not say anything to correct them NOT an ettiquette issue?

How is honking one's horn in the parking lot distracting people NOT an ettiquette issue?

How is that different from talking in your backswing? It's not. But, if it suites your music argument, it is.

VERY convenient.

 

I mean, I'm on your side on the ettiquette issues you cite. I think I have a good grasp on this.

12 votes for liking It at some point during your round/range session vs 7 outright no. That seems like most golfers accept it to me than don't accept it. I'm not going to play music if someone dislikes it or seems uncomfortable with it. But why should I make my round less enjoyable if nobody cares if I play it? You are totally correct that those other things are etiquette issues. But they are unanimously understood as being poor etiquette. This is accepted by at least half of golfers. I don't play music every round I play but I checked the outright acceptance box because I wouldn't mind if someone played music. You just have to take others into consideration. If you think it might bother someone then stop playing it. Music and etiquette are two different subjects unless the person playing the music refuses to take others into account. I choose to enjoy it and you don't. If we played together then their wouldn't be music. If I played with my normal group then there most likely would. To each their own.

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Just because your ettiquette infraction is one of the newest types of infractions out there and hasn't YET turned into a fiasco, doesn't mean it isn't an infraction of ettiquette. See, most whom have grown up playing this game for decades never imagined people being so brazen about their own "enjoyment" being brought out onto the course like this. Its only in this very me first society we have now that it's suddenly even considered appopriate on the course. So, bad behaviors have led to justifications of all sorts. THAT is why ettiquette is rapidly dying on the vine.

 

Caddyshack made this very clear. The biggest baffoon on the course did this. Its why it was so funny. Because who could imagine someone out on the course being so self-serving with a car stereo going?

 

I could care less if its in peoples' own groups. But, to date, their music is heard by others on the course many times in my experience. It almost compounds the ettiquette infractions. Like, not only do they not wait til you clear the box to pull up their cart, you now get to hear their music as they approach. Things like that where they think their music is never heard by anyone. No, its been very noticeable on course up here. Enough so that I have formed this opinion of it. Its already getting to be a problem, and will only get worse.

 

Edit: post #666. LOL!

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Just because your ettiquette infraction is one of the newest types of infractions out there and hasn't YET turned into a fiasco, doesn't mean it isn't an infraction of ettiquette. See, most whom have grown up playing this game for decades never imagined people being so brazen about their own "enjoyment" being brought out onto the course like this. Its only in this very me first society we have now that it's suddenly even considered appopriate on the course. So, bad behaviors have led to justifications of all sorts. THAT is why ettiquette is rapidly dying on the vine.

 

Caddyshack made this very clear. The biggest baffoon on the course did this. Its why it was so funny. Because who could imagine someone out on the course being so self-serving with a car stereo going?

 

I could care less if its in peoples' own groups. But, to date, their music is heard by others on the course many times in my experience. It almost compounds the ettiquette infractions. Like, not only do they not wait til you clear the box to pull up their cart, you now get to hear their music as they approach. Things like that where they think their music is never heard by anyone. No, its been very noticeable on course up here. Enough so that I have formed this opinion of it. Its already getting to be a problem, and will only get worse.

 

Edit: post #666. LOL!

Calm down judge Smails ;) I don't play my music on speakers and don't force other groups to listen to it as it plays on my cell phone. When we around other groups on the box or the course I turn off my music. And for the record I have "grown up with the game." I have played since I could walk. I just said it wasn't my first sport. I chose college baseball over college golf because I actually had a shot at playing that professionally. My college last few years of college had no golf involved due to other commitments. Just like any other sport, golf has to readily evolve or it will lose money because people won't play. Look at mlb baseball, they aren't evolving at it is steadily losing money and fans. Nfl Football on the other hand continues to change and update things to make it more appealing.

I never said blaring music all over the course was alright so don't try and make it seem that way. There is a big difference in forcing everyone to listen to your music on the course and just playing it.

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Lack of money is the issue with participation. This music thing only adds expense.

 

Golf is the best game I've ever played.

It makes me sad that people insist that it change for reasons other than the true issue, which is financial access for many. People aren't avoiding taking up the game because they can't do whatever they please out there. Its just too expensive.

 

And I'm not banging away on my keyboard with a frown. Sorry to burst that image for ya. See how far from the truth you get protecting your own self interest here? Again, this is the reaction you get in person when having to ask people to change their behavior. Human nature. Don't put people in that position.

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Lack of money is the issue with participation. This music thing only adds expense.

 

Golf is the best game I've ever played.

It makes me sad that people insist that it change for reasons other than the true issue, which is financial access for many. People aren't avoiding taking up the game because they can't do whatever they please out there. Its just too expensive.

 

And I'm not banging away on my keyboard with a frown. Sorry to burst that image for ya. See how far from the truth you get protecting your own self interest here? Again, this is the reaction you get in person when having to ask people to change their behavior. Human nature. Don't put people in that position.

Haha how far from the truth am I getting then? Because I believe I'm spot on. Being expensive is definitely a big reason why people don't play. Try playing competitive travel baseball, I bet that's more expensive but tons of people pay for it. People will pay for something if they want it bad enough. I like golf just how it is but that doesn't mean Joe schmo does. And you are doing nothing to convince me that I am wrong for enjoying music while I play. Its actually a recent addition for me, just started this year.

Also how is music adding a suspense? Its already on my smart phone. I'm pretty sure half the 8 year olds I see running around have smart phones lol

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So 8 year olds having smart phones is the justification? This is the norm? Sad.

I cringe when I see 8 year olds indoctrinated so early in life. But, its getting to the point some can't remember what life was like even a couple decades ago. This is not progress you're witnessing. Its a technologically-fueled societal regression. And everyone thinks they're so much "smarter" for it. Because you've been told you are. When they show you primates can operate the things, does this make humankind "smart" for being able to use a "smart" phone? Hardly.

 

When the iWatch is attached to your wrist with a steel band you can't cut off, it won't seem quite as fun. Until then...

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So 8 year olds having smart phones is the justification? This is the norm? Sad.

I cringe when I see 8 year olds indoctrinated so early in life. But, its getting to the point some can't remember what life was like even a couple decades ago. This is not progress you're witnessing. Its a technologically-fueled societal regression. And everyone thinks they're so much "smarter" for it. Because you've been told you are. When they show you primates can operate the things, does this make humankind "smart" for being able to use a "smart" phone? Hardly.

 

When the iWatch is attached to your wrist with a steel band you can't cut off, it won't seem quite as fun. Until then...

I believe we have now gotten off topic lol

 

Btw I don't like Apple and have no children to give a phone. Also not a super techy person. My only point was that there is was no extra cost in music. It is already on your phone. Which is what I play it off of, not giant speakers. I think the horse has been beaten enough. Neither of us are going to concede anything here.

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To me, it's poor form to play music on the course for competitive or counted rounds. I've played with people that play music, I also own a Bose Soundlink.  The only time I'd even consider it kind of okay would be in a scramble where everyone at the course is there to do one of a few things, miss work, have fun or get hammered.  Any time it's outside of that atmosphere, IMO, is inappropriate.  Regardless of whether you think it can be heard outside of your cart or not, someone, somewhere hears it and it bothers them.  It's called common courtesy and that's lacking these days. And I'm not some old fart "get off my lawn" guy.  I'm 32.  I was also taught to be considerate of others and to respect the game and enjoy the walk.  I occasionally smoke a cigar on the course.  Regardless of whether I'm walking or riding, I'll ask people if me smoking a cigar would bother them.  Only if I know the person and know it doesn't bother them (either from knowing they smoke cigars or I've played with them before) will i light up without asking.  It's being considerate of others.  And yes, I've packed my Bose to take to the course before.  And it usually doesn't come out of the bag. The only time I've taken it, though, is when it's a scramble.  And I judge the atmosphere of the scramble before thinking about getting it out of the car.

By the way, it's also a breach of 14-3 to play music on the course to eliminate distractions or promoting a good tempo. The rules specifically cover it and it is permissable between holes briefly to obtain the results of another sporting event or traffic while walking from one green to the next tee box.  If you're listening to music during your rounds, I hope you're not reporting your scores.

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I don't disagree with anything you have said Rookie. I would never play music in a competitive tournament environment. We actually aren't aloud electronic aids in the club championship at one of my courses. This to me was a casual play discussion.

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But do you report any of the scores where you play music?  If you do, it's in breach of the rules.

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4 Hybrid: Adams PRO 20* (bent to 21*) w/ KBS Tour Hybrid S flex tipped 1/2"
4-AW: TaylorMade P770 w/ Dynamic Gold Tour Issue Black Onyx S400

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LW: 60* Scratch Tour Department (CC grooves) w/ Dynamic Gold Spinner
XW: 64* Cally XForged Vintage w/ DG X100 8 iron tiger stepped
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But do you report any of the scores where you play music?  If you do, it's in breach of the rules.

At my club, you can only report your men's game scores to keep your cap at the club. That way you can't sandbag anything or fake your cap because if you do you are costing yourself money. That's the only way I have been keeping my handicap lately so no.

Driver- Tmag 2017 M2 tour issue 8.5* actual loft 7.8* w/ Diamana Ahina 80X 44"
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Irons- Mizuno MP-18 FLI HI 3i and 4i w/ KBS C-taper lite X
          Mizuno MP59 5i and 6I w/ PX 6.5

          Mizuno MP69 7i-PW w/ PX 6.5

Wedges- Scratch 8620 Driver/Slider set.  50*, 56* bent to 55* w/ rifle spinner shafts

                and Titleist Vokey 60* M grind

Putter- Never Compromise Dinero Mogul
Ball- Bridgestone Tour B XS

Bag- Ogio Aquatech Cart Bag

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