You have clearly not read my original post properly because I said ' if you are fit' which you are clearly not. I have no issues with people using carts if it prolongs their enjoyment of the game, in fact no doubt, if I'm lucky enough to get to your age, I will probably need to do the same. My point was that far too many people don't walk when they are able to which is part of the endemic issue of inactivity in society today.
I use carts myself if i'm in a rush etc but only occasionally because I don't get the same enjoyment of the course and find them anti-social if you're in a fourball anyway. There is nothing better for me than spending a few hours shooting the breeze with my friends playing golf and getting exercise at the same time.
I'm not sure what you're rant about your past has anything to do with this conversation really, apart from you trying to be elitist :) It makes no difference to me if you've been captain of the R&A really because it won't affect my opinion.
My point is that I don't care what others choose to do, and never have. It makes no difference whether or not they are capable of walking. It's a simple case of free choice. If someone enjoys the game more by kicking back and riding, that's fine with me.
If someone want's to ride this silly board, then go for it. I wouldn't be caught dead on one, and I don't think that my home course would let a player out on the course with one, but if it's allowed (and you really need to turn golf into a risk sport), then be my guest.