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  • Yes it is

    Because people that play the sport are lazy and other people say its the laziest sport but it is not it is one of the most lazy sports of them all and other people should not call golfers lazy and should be more kind to some people yes yes yes

  • Yes it is

    Because people that play the sport are lazy and other people say its the laziest sport but it is not it is one of the most lazy sports of them all and other people should not call golfers lazy and should be more kind to some people yes yes yes

  • Maybe

    Golf is "lazy" for a sport, really. All that's in the sport is swinging the club and bending down to pick up the ball. There's also the walking in between the holes, but that doesn't have anything to do with the competition itself. A "sport" is defined as competitive by nature, and there's no "competitive walking from one hole to another." Heck, some people even use golf carts to go everywhere. Lazy people who want to play a sport take up golf since it doesn't involve as much activity. By that logic, golf is easily one of the laziest sports. However, how in blazes can ANY sport be considered lazy? That's another part of the definition of "sport" - it's physically active. That part of the definition is what sets "sports" apart from "games" such as poker. So really, compare golf to all of the other sports you know of. There's less physical activity involved. Ping pong is more physically active than golf, because players move their hands at extremely frequent rates and sway back and forth to get optimal swings. In golf, they just hit a ball three to seven times and move onto the next hole, resting their arms in between. It isn't "lazy" since you're still getting out and about, but there are much more active sports than golf.

  • Yes

    Yes I think golf is probably one of the laziest sports around. One other argument stated that they have to walk from hole to hole, but that is not true. Most drive around the course, from hole to hole. They only swing their arms and not very often. You do not see them working out constantly in preseason like most other sports either.

  • Lazy? No way...

    Golf is actually a very difficult sport, even though people who don't play might not appreciate it as much. 1, if you don't have a cart, you need to walk all 18 holes (while carrying a 50 pound bag). 2, in order to have a strong swing and to get the ball to go the desired length, one must have very strong arms and shoulders. 3, golf is always an outdoor sport, so golfers must deal with the weather, which is sometimes a pain. 4, to get the ball to fly the way you want it to, you need to work on hand-eye coordination, timing, etc, all of which one needs to practice for. 5, a 9 hole game lasts anywhere from 5-7 hours, and an 18 hole is double that, so if one were lazy, they wouldn't be committed to spending all that time in the sun.

  • No Golf is NOT in any ways lazy!

    Golf is NOT an easy sport by any means! Especially if you play competitively! I'd like to see the people who talk bad about this sport go out and carry a 35+ lb. bag on their back walking at a fast pace up and down hills for 18+ holes!

  • No, I don't think golf is a lazy sport.

    Golf may not be the most physically intensive game, and it does not require a fast pace. However, it does require good arm strength, as well as good hand and eye coordination. Many golfers drive or get a ride on a golf cart, but others do walk, which adds more physical activity to the game. Some even carry their own clubs instead of using the services of a caddy.

  • No.

    Golf players are expected to walk their way through the eighteen holes, which provides for an adequate amount of exercise. As opposed to something like ping pong / table tennis where they are entirely stationary and moving their hands (which, I wouldn't call them lazy either for clarification), golf isn't the laziest sport.


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