I mentioned that if this had been discussed elsewhere I apologize to avoid this.
Anyway, I hope you're not saying that I suggested changing the rules for players who are too lazy to learn them or who don't feel like following them. I'll assume you're amused by others who have had that idea at some point and it wasn't directed at me. My question for debate was if making the rules/game easier to help grow the game would help. I used enlarging the size of the hole as an example, which doesn't apply to someone who doesn't play by the current rules. If you feel it's off topic that's cool...we don't have to discuss it.
Google search shows a collection of golf-related tweets with #instagolf. None of the tweets are related except that they are all about golf. So I'm thinking that someone was being "clever" and went for a portmanteau: instagram + golf
I've never encountered that.
I agree. It could be a driver from this years models might not be much better than what a golfer has.
Hitting up does produce the best results for driver distance.
Hitting up doesn't necessarily mean you hit the ball to high. I think most golfers think they hit the ball to high when they don't.