And in addition, "Utley's Corner" is the area in right field at Citi Field where Utley went yard several times, dismantling the Mets in the first Phillies series at Citi Field and, to add insult, the Mets' own announcers dubbed it "Utley's Corner".
You go running, cycling, play tennis, pickup basketball, etc..., you put on your shoes, grab your equipment, 1-10 minutes, boom, you're doing it/playing. Great thing about running/cycling is from bed to pavement, bam, done.
With golf, you gotta back your bag, get there, pay, starter, hit some putts, OMG, are we there yet? Every single time. It's a production to get to the first tee. FWP.
Also, the mythical platitudes, the bad info, the degree of authority with which people speak inversely proportional to their actual knowledge.
Which is one reason why DMD's that measure slope are not allowed under the rules. Judging the needed adjustment for elevation changes is considered a skill that a player is expected to develop with experience, no different from adjusting for wind. I learned to adjust for ups and downs long before the advent of electronic devices, and I never considered it as being so difficult that I would need a tool to do it for me.