Watching golf on TV is not like watching football or soccer. Sure, pro golfers do hit some shots that get the crowds excited. But the biggest roars during a golf tournament come based on circumstances.
Most professional golfers play 72 holes over four days. They hit almost 300 shots, and the difference between the winner and 10th place can be as few as three or four shots. Everyone who plays golf knows how easy it is to waste a few shots during one round of golf. A pro golfer who wastes one shot per round for four rounds ends up in 10th place instead of first. People who watch golf know this. That’s what makes golf on TV interesting. No one can afford to waste a single shot.
In this challenge you will learn how to watch golf and improve your game will doing it.
This is what you need to complete this challenge:
ATN Effort - 2 buckets
Golf is a mental game. What makes golf interesting to watch is trying to get inside the golfers heads to see what they’re thinking. What strategy and tactics they might be using. Listen to the commentators. Pay attention to the circumstances. Try to understand what obstacles the golfers are facing on each shot. Then see if they pull off the shots.
ATN Comprehension - 4 buckets
ATN Application - 6 buckets