Jealous you've played there." He was stunned I could identify the hole.
He just really likes that he can talk to me about it."This sentiment is common among golfers who date other golfers.
One woman in her late 20s, whom we'll call Elizabeth, got stood up on New Year's Eve in 2010.
"There have been times when I've seen women who are playing golf in their photos, and I've right-swiped even though I'd never consider right-swiping otherwise," he says.
"One of those women saw a photo of me standing in front of that huge leader board at Augusta National, and she asked me where that was.
Elizabeth and her man have now been dating for nearly three years.
Turns out she was the first and only person he ever messaged.She considered only guys who made mention of the sport, whether it was through a photo they'd posted or a reference in their short bio.On a cold day in February, she came across a guy with whom she'd flirted at Chelsea Piers in December.But he went home that night and told his brother all about me.He even tried to find me on Facebook and Google." In time, each right-swiped the other on Tinder, and they've been dating since.She received a message from a guy whose user name was a famous golf resort. Sitting across a table from a stranger in the corner of a dimly lit bar while forcing conversation over alcoholic beverages is hardly an ideal way to meet anyone.