I'm driving my daughter to her last day of pre-school. She grabs the basketball that I keep in the backseat and starts playing with it.
"Daddy," she says, "I like it when you go play basketball. But I don't like it when you go play golf."
I asked Evey what her problem with golf was.
"Dad, whenever you go play golf you have to drive far, far away. And you're gone forever. I don't like it when you play golf. I like it when you play basketball. You come right back home. So, you can play basketball. Or you can play football. But I don't want you to play golf..."
You won't find "guilt trips from 5-year-old girls" in any statistical data on rounds played, but it is entirely possible it is an epidemic!