“That experience has not always been the best.”Webber often found that his ability did not match up well with the people he was paired with.He discovered that it’s not fun for an experienced golfer to be stuck with a beginner, and beginners can feel like they’re holding other players back.Webber says that this doesn’t bother him since one of the company’s main goals is to make golf more accessible, and get more people involved in the sport.Launched in March of this year, My Golf Buddy currently has around 200 users.Jealous you've played there." He was stunned I could identify the hole.After a few messages back and forth (he was funny and sarcastic and wrote in full, grammatically correct sentences), we agreed to grab a drink.Been seriously working on my body after my deployments and looking forward to my first competition in August 2017.
It's smart for golfers to find someone who's a golfer."Samantha, a 26-year-old Californian-turned-New Yorker, agrees.This is the main complaint that Webber tried to tackle with his website, pairing prospective partners based on ability level first.“Our research has showed us that for the most part…women don’t necessarily want to be paired up with men on a golf course,” explained Webber.Finally, I came across a photo I could connect with. That meant he'd seen my photos, too, and he was intrigued.After mindlessly left-swiping through hundreds of mundane Tinder images (a left-swipe means, "Nope, I'm not interested"), I stopped at a photo of a guy standing on the seventh tee at Pebble Beach. I messaged him first: "Seventh tee at Pebble Beach!