There's a genre of viral photos, videos and GIFs that's been going around for years that generally get described by the Buzzfeeds and YouTubes of the world with the phrase "oddly satisfying" or something similar. They're usually some sort of super-slow-motion explosion, dissolution or manipulation of a substance. Kaleidescope patterns revolving, a water balloon breaking at thousands of frames per second, a watermelon being split open...you get the gist.
Golf has its own set of "oddly satisfying" bits of media. YouTubers and Instagrammers who have uploaded slow-motion videos of famous golfers' swings have the view and follower counts to prove it. Along similar lines, I think those compressed air guns, which not enough golf courses have, are ripe for their own use in such videos for golfers.
When you get done with a round on a course that's recently taken on some rain, your golf shoes inevitably become caked with grass clippings, mud and other debris. Even though the round is over, when you're playing a course with this nifty amenity, there's the anticipation of whisking even the peskiest clods of dirt off your spikes with the squeeze of a trigger and the lusty hiss of compressed air. Oddly satisfying, isn't it?