For me, the bottom changes. I don't play on a perfectly flat surface , like a range mat. The course is rolling terrain.
Up hill, down hill, side hill, grass height...effects where the club bottoms, sometimes closer to the lead foot, sometimes closer to the rear foot.
I can hit them thin in any position if I don't adjust for that.
I'm 67. I walk and push. I don't listen to music on the course. I get my hour of music daily at home. I don't need the added hassle. Most folks who I am paired with, who do play music, ask if I mind. I always answer no, I don't mind. It's always low.
Crazy thing...9 out of 10 times...they stream the late 60's/early 70's hits of my youth. Often I get offered a hit. lol Growing up in my house, my 33 year old son introduced me to everything from Jack Johnson to Lamb of God. We both play music. There isn't much out there that will offend me.
I also don't want to be that old curmudgeon who screams at clouds. I play enough, I see many of these folks multiple times a season.
Its great to see the number of younger golfers on the course these days. Maybe some will stay long after the zombie apocalypse eases.
Stay safe and healthy
Played Friday with two buddies. They need a cart so it was cold. Despite the marginal weather (40 degrees, 10 mph and overcast), we had a decent time. We teed off at 9:30 as there was no frost and beat the mob. Had to skip a hole to get around a slothful foursome who refused to recognize reality. Shot a 79 (9.9 differential if we were in season - bogey for the unplayed hole), which I consider a good round considering the very soggy course
This could be my last round of 2020. The days end early, with sunset at 5:03 pm right now. Add frost delays in the morning and the time window for playing 18 holes on a jammed course has become very small.