As I scan through social media every day, I come across profile after profile of people who are being given incredible experiences in the golf world that have done nothing (or nothing that is apparent) to deserve it. Access to prestine private courses, the latest and greatest in equipment and apparel, inside the ropes access to professional tournaments. All for free! What is it that differentiates them from me? Do I not breathe the same air? Do I not require food and water to live like they do? Do I have "less of a position in society" even though my physical composition as a human being is the same as theirs? I work just as hard as you do, I love the game just as much, and yet I'll never come close to what you've been handed.By no means is this meant to be sexist but it's infuriating to see women flaunt themselves on social media and claim that they are posting about "how much they love the game". No! You are simply craving attention. By sticking your chest out or popping your backside you are drawing all attention to yourself. And these are the people I see posting with Jack Nicklaus, playing Augusta national type courses, being given top of the line equipment that would cost the average person thousands of dollars....Paige Spirnac? Please.....And then there are the dudes who either truly do have unlimited funds or are GQ cover models and get the chance to tee it up at the most exclusive clubs. I can say for certain that I love the game more than they do...I will never have these opportunities handed to me. Shoot, I'll never have these opportunities period. Even if I did, I sure as hell wouldn't be taking to social media to show off myself over the experience itself.I love golf. I've got my local driving range and my muni courses. I'll never see Augusta, Oakmont, or anything even close to it. When I post it's because I love the game and I want to share that love. This one is for the weekend warriors. Keep grinding.