The golf course is a peculiar microcosm. While the men play golf, they’re followed around by women in uniform who carry their clubs. The women set up the tee, fish the balls out of the water hazards, and put them back into green wooden boxes, all under strict supervision by their boss. Isabel is one of these “tee girls”. Although she’s new and has yet to learn the rules, she’s already looking for loopholes to undermine this rigidly hierarchical system. The tropical twittering of birds and the chirping of crickets in the background intensifies the oddness of the strict social rules on this golf course.