As a lone wolf without a pack, I'm frequently going to play as a single. I prefer to play very early in the mornings, as this affords me a greater chance at getting to go out alone, which is just the way I prefer it! In the Northeast, however (more than anywhere else I've ever played), they like to send out foursomes only, which is really annoying to me a lot of the time.
The worst is when the starter puts you with people who want to chat and talk the whole round, even when I've already told them that I don't like to talk, just play my game in silence. I had such an experience today. This guy would talk while I was trying to go through my pre-shot routine, when I was trying to get a read on a putt, and especially when I was using my rangefinder. I really hate people constantly asking me for yardage!!! For me personally, getting the yardage and gathering my thoughts before a shot is an integral component of my pre-shot routine. I'm not trying to be rude, just want to keep to myself and do my thing.
Is this wrong? If so, why is it wrong? I'm putting this out there because some of my friends seem to think I'm being a hard case.
What do you think, has this happened to you? I'd like to hear people's take on this.