I rarely play golf (maybe when I retire, who knows) but I went to the 3rd round of the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits a couple of years ago and enjoyed it. That course is awesome although it's not easy for spectators. Now the U.S. Open is coming to my area next week and I plan to go, kind of a bucket list thing. It's about 30 miles from me and about 5 miles from my mom's house. Erin Hills is a cool course. I played it a couple of years ago just to see what it was about. It's long (even the front tees) and tough but very unique. I'm planning to go to round 2 and/or round 3 and watch the final round on TV. The Ryder Cup is another bucket list thing, I'll be going in 2020 at Whistling Straits.