I just read a news story on the BBC about the Ryder Cup, which is a golf tournament taht takes place every two years between a US and a European team. Two times ago, it was held in the US, in Brookline, MA, actually. I remember it. For some reason, I don’t remember hearing about how horribly the US crowd acted, booing good shots by the Europeans and cheering bad ones. Last year, they started implementing new rules for the crowd, such as less access to boos.
England is known for their soccer hooligans. Leave it to the US to create golf hooligans. At least soccer is potentially exciting, something to get up in arms about. But golf? *yawn*
Golf hooliganism. Honestly, people. Don’t you have anything better to do?