NovaDiscHead and tim I totally agree with you guys. While I am a believer I also understand the importance of respecting others privacy (westerner). If they want to go out and play a round without being interrupted I can certainly relate. However, as has been said already we should be ready to offer of ourselves when the time is right. I am currently reading "Just Walk Across the Room" by Bill Hybels and it is exactly what you two are suggesting. We need to put ourselves out in the community and start up relationships. Whether the activity is shopping (wife's favorite), taking the kids to the playground, dog walking, mowing the lawn or disc golf they all can be a way to build a relationship. Maybe one day that person will need help and they will remember you.
"Peach the gospel always, if necessary use words" - St. Francis of Assisi