No, I don’t want all games to be “equal” and I know they are not. I readily acknowledge that a sport like baseball is vastly more difficult, competitive, dangerous, challenging and played under far more difficult circumstances for the athlete than a sport like golf. Or something like the opera. But the point of my original post is accurate, that you would never read an article making a big deal out of drunk fans heckling an athlete in baseball, football, basketball, you know, the real sports. So to see Tiger Woods getting sympathy for a couple fans heckling him, and for Woods to attempt to quiet them with his gesture, simply exposes the absurdity of worshipping Woods or any other golfer’s ‘feats’ on the course as in any way comparable to those of someone who plays the other sports.
Then you "readily acknowledge" it without my agreement.
But what does it matter? You've already clearly decided your position about golf. You're just going to have to accept that some of us enjoy watching wimpy non-athletic dilettantes like Tiger Woods playing a hyper-protected, trivial pseudo-sport.