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Do you like this game? How often and how well do you play it?

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Not at all, never, and don't know. :)


But no hard feelings if you do, frequently, and very well.

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I like golf, mostly because I started to learn how to play it together with some of my friends and I was the one from our company who got a great interest for this game. It's really rather specific and developing your playing skills can be a long and hard work which the most amount of newbies can't stand. Personally I'm a rather good amateur player now but anyway I play golf no more than several times per month and in my case it's possible only during warm seasons, well during the other ones it's really too expensive for me.
In case of skills golf is easy and hard at the same time. Its playing techniques can be learned by many people in fact and they're not so extremely difficult but this demands much time and patience. And all of them are based on three main things, right posture, making swings, hitting balls and holding different clubs https://golfclubguru.net/the-best-list-of-golf-tips-for-beginners/ . All these things are the basics and developing them takes much time too and even pros can have fails during the games.
There's also a myth that golf is the sport only for rich people but that's not true in general. It can be expensive but personally I've never spent too much money on my set and so on, these things aren't necessary in fact for many average players https://golf-info-guide.com/golf-tips/beginner-golf-tips/beginner-golf-tip-how-to-save-money-on-golf/ .

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Just now, teenage_club said:

idk, I used to like it back in the day, but I feel like golf is one of the more overrated games for the system. 



Yeah, the sequel was pretty good too.

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