It's nice having a "Dr. Hunk", whether male for a female patient, or a female doc for a male patient. I've got a female doc, and she pays lots of attention to me (I helped "pay" for her boat and vacation this year).
As for golf, it's been years since I did it "regular", and at that, about the only thing I was good at hitting were the trees and rough. I'd get my money out of my greens fees, and I made it worth my while to play, hitting across the green five and six times (sand traps are more than an adventure), just for the fun of it, and to watch several foursomes play through at each hole. Course, the other folks with my group would get tired of me about the 4th or 5th hole, and usually ask "is it OK to leave you behind?"... But seriously, I almost always blistered, even with one of those fancy batting gloves on, and would also hurt like "beans" in the shoulders, hips and knees the next day from the swinging. 'Course, if I'd been more "efficient" with my strokes... Not only that, but it wouldn't cost so much for the balls... Your feet might hurt from the walking, and the hands from the grip/swivel/swing, but I'm sure SLE contributes its share...
"There but for the grace of God, go I."
"... His mercy endureth for ever."