To take it a step farther, make it a series like survivor where 32 equally matched golfers compete on the Golf Channel. The highest scores from each round go home. Fewest putts being one of the tie breakers. Keep cutting the field until only 2 are left. Then the big match where the winner takes all. Add a lot of personal background information and show the players personalities. Get the viewers involved so you have someone to root for. That, I'd watch.
Well my original post was pretty spot on and while I did chip in on 16 for birdie I still have 4 holes to go. A 165 yard par 3 that I have had a heck of a time consistently sticking yet alone giving myself birdie ops, a 90 degree dogleg right par 4 that is pretty sad I haven't birdied it yet, hole 15 which is a 90 degree dogleg left with the tiniest toughest green I've ever played I'll be shocked if I get this one, and lastly a 195 yard par 3 that I cant seem to hit. I think I will get 2 of those 4 it might take a little luck to actually finish this.
I came back to the game in 2017 after a long layoff. I played from the mid 80s to the mid 90s before just dropping off completely around 1998. A coworker and I bought some no name custom clubs around 2005 but even then I may have played once a year. All of that time in between I thought about playing again, but was not prepared to put in the time to get my game going again. Once I decided I was willing to put in the practice time I recommitted, put a new bag together and started playing again. It helped that a buddy started asking me if I wanted to play, but I found myself wanting to play more often than when he was available so I started going out solo and found that I was fine doing that. Since then I have been playing as often as time permits.