Why do people love GOLF so much?
People love to play it, watch it, talk about it, make a lot of money at it, etc. Yet, I hear so much that "it's stupid" or "it's boring". Even though I am no good at it, I love it. It's huge; it's worldwide, and it even has it's own channel on T.V. Some are actually obsessed by it. Why?
Because it is a stress reliever. LOL.................... Right
Your answer is funny, but also true, for me. I am absolutely no good at it. So I expect to screw up and when I do, it doesn't make me mad or stressed. It's fun. You don't have to be good at something to enjoy it. By the way, bowling is the same way.
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