American golfers blow out the tires of their cars driving on narrow roads.
A streaker is pretty much the norm.
You can bet openly and enthusiastically.
You can putt from, like, forever away.
Marshals lose balls that land inches from their feet.
Shots will roll for hundreds and hundreds of yards.
You end up watching Tiger Woods in your pajamas.
You can play the entire tournament using a driver only once. And win.
Spectators can walk up to the event and buy a ticket at the gate.
The first two rounds end after 10 p.m. and it's still light out.
It's not unusual to spot players around town, having fun with the locals.
You are privy to the eloquent musings of Peter Alliss.
A wedge approach that lands 80 feet from the hole can actually be considered quite good.
They occasionally play in conditions that in America would force the closure of schools.
There are A LOT of people inside the ropes.
There is extra pressure on Sunday not to make a typo.
There is on average one road leading into town.