You still consider any round under 5 hours "a quick one."
The majority of your school papers were written in the backseat of a 10-passenger van.
Basically every one of your golf stories starts with: "I remember one time at this tournament . . . "
You secretly wish it was still acceptable to use your college bag.
You mastered the art of "team drama" better than your actual major.
Your golf wardrobe still consists of your old team shirts.
When someone you played college golf with (or against) gets on tour, you feel the need to mention this every time their name comes up.
When the starter greets you, you ask for a pin-sheet.
When people Google you, a bunch of scores always pop up first.
You never had the quintessential spring break experience -- you were busy on an early-season team trip. Every year.
When you start dating someone new, you're not used to your whole team not immediately knowing about it.
You've never gotten over the smell of McDonald's in a sweaty van.
You still steal hotel towels -- just to have a back-up.