I depends on a couple of variables. Morning or Afternoon tee time, which golf course, weather, etc.
But for most days I like the CAO Black VR or Padron x000.
If it is a really nice day and the weather is nice I always bring a PSD4
I always smoke when I golf but leave the premium stuff in the humi. With the elements, walking when smoking, sweating if it is hot, moist hands, drinking gatorade, etc, I think it is really hard to appreciate more expensive sticks. I go mainly for large (chuchills or double coronas) sticks and some of my favorites are Bauza (although this season I have been out), RyJ, LGC, basically cheaper but tasty quality stuff. But as always, smoke what you like! :ss
I don't golf personally, but I think the other's suggestions seem about right: something large in length and ring gauge, and tasty but not overly expensive. Personally, I'd likely go with a Flor de Oliva Torpedo (or possibly Churchill).
Played today and had my usual: Flor de Oliva torpedo (natural).
On the golf course, I'm not able to savor every puff. Often I get a fast burn due to wind or riding in the cart. Sometimes I have to rush, and other times it goes out and I have to relight. At $2.00 a stick (or less?), I don't have to worry about any of that, and I always get a fine, tasty smoke in the process.
Taboo sticks are my typical golf course sticks. Because of the price and general consistency, they make a great budget stick for the golf course. I don't want to worry about wasting a great cigar by neglecting it on the course, that why Taboo work well for me. But in the end I guess it is: smoke what you like :tu
I would agree with most people here so far too. I always dig into my stash for a large stick that isnt quite as pricey as the rest. Alot of the decision will be if I am going to riding or walking that day though.