As the afternoon progresses, her game begins to fall apart and yours picks up: she has an eight on the par 5 ninth hole, you shoot par. Still, overall, she takes you to the woodshed (an idiom you attempt to explain to her), thus avenging her petanque defeat the day earlier.
On one hole she points to a residence along the 7th fairway: an old Provencal farmer lives there. He'd sold some of his land to build the golf course, but a stipulation was he could keep and live in his house. If Linda comes by at the right time in the afternoon, he will invite her and her party over for a bit of pastis and conversation, and maybe some apricots picked fresh from the trees lining the fairways. That will not happen at Bobby Jones, East Lake or the PDC.