These days, golf is a game played by all ages and classes. Maybe you're a 70-year-old gentleman player with bladder control issues far beyond the demands of an 18-hole game, and sick and tired of having your butler cart you to the clubhouse every time your slowly failing body decides to open up the tap. Maybe you and your friends have cracked open a 40 or two before the game and snuck in a few beers, only to realize the obvious problems that the combination of a full bladder and a wide-open field brings at around the fourth hole. Maybe you just forgot to go to the bathroom before the game, because, s**t, a guy can't be expected to remember everything, can he? In any of those scenarios and a hundred more, an inconspicuous portable toilet disguised as the last thing people expect suddenly doesn't seem like such a bad thing, does it? No. No, it doesn't.
The fact that you hold a regular club like you were about to pee in it doesn't hurt, either.