Golf and first dates - Singles often face a dating match made in hell
Released on = March 19, 2007, 2:10 pm
Press Release Author = GolfPublisher Syndications
Industry = Media
Press Release Summary = I have no problem with dating services. I tried one myself one time, and got lucky - she insisted on cleaning my kitchen before we went out. But meeting for the first time on a golf course strikes me as a bad idea.
Press Release Body = By Tim McDonald, National Golf Editor, Golf Publisher Syndications
(March 19, 2007) - Chuck and Barbara got married the other day.
What\'s the big deal? The big deal is how they met. They met through a golf dating service. There are a lot of these nowadays.
Now, I have no problem with dating services. I tried one myself one time, and got lucky - she insisted on cleaning my kitchen before we went out. We never slept together, but I didn\'t have to do dishes that month. True story.
But meeting for the first time on a golf course strikes me as a bad idea.
According to Golfmates.com, the people who brought Chuck and Barbara together, \"Golf is the perfect first date. Why? It\'s a sport men and women can enjoy playing together. The sport provides an instantaneous ice-breaker - a common interest two people can discuss. Golf is a relaxing, safe, outdoor activity that provides ample opportunity for socializing between shots. What is more, after nine or 18 holes, a round of golf comes to an end; if two people are not compatible the end of the round is the end of the date.\"
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March 19, 2007 Any opinions expressed above are those of the writer and do not necessarily represent the views of the management.