Naw, in all seriousness. I've seen it go both ways. Some guys want their g/f's out on the course with them, other guys look at it as a way to get rid of them for a few hours. Whichever one you are, you have to set your priorities. Is it more important to you to have an amazing g/f? or one that plays disc golf?
That is so true! I'm one of the few Disc Golf girls who didn't have a boyfriend bring her into the game; I got hooked on my own. I've dated some disc golfers, I've taught some guys to play that I've dated and I've dated guys who don't care for the game. I figured out that I'm the type who wants my significant other's support, whether it be playing or caddying for me, he should be out there with me enjoying my favorite thing!
My wife has been out several times. We often take day long road trips and we have come to friendly agreement that she can stay in the car and read (which she is fine with) as long as she is able to take the same amount of time that I played to go antique shopping. So Disc for me is nice break from her in most cases,
My Wife and I play together nearly every day. To make things interesting, she plays the par noted on the sign, the basket, whatever (even if it's in sharpie), and I play by the ever-loving "three". Most holes I come across should be a three anyway, if you follow PDGA guidelines, but it becomes a challenge when that 350-footer with scattered trees is listed as a five for my Dear Wife. Yes, she will Eagle it, and I have to hope for Birdie to not lose to much ground. We aren't overly-competitive, but it makes for interesting rounds, and it keeps me on my toes a bit more than playing by myself. But isn't that part of why we get married, anyway?