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.
"These guys are nice, and they have manners." Over time, Samantha has learned that Mom was right.The last nongolfer she dated was back in high school."Golfers are just who I'm attracted to," says Samantha, who has a 1.4 Index.Golf, the only apparent thing we had in common, compelled us to transition from exchanging messages on a mobile-only dating app to clinking beers in real life.
"It's been shown over and over that people who have shared interests and do lots of activities together have higher satisfaction rates," says Dr. Tinder, a mobile-only app that has generated more than one billion matches, helps singles sort other singles by location.
As a young single female who'd recently moved to a city that values a metropolitan lifestyle over an outdoorsy one, Samantha knew her chances of finding an avid golfer in Manhattan were slim. She frequented Chelsea Piers (a four-level, high-tech driving range on the Hudson River) in part to keep her game fresh, but also to meet guys.