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Golf is a timeless and ageless game with multiple benefits. It is played millions of seniors, not only for the great social and health benefits, but for the mental challenge as well.
The average golfer walks 4 miles during 18 holes of golf. This is a great exercise as you battle the various terrains of the course. According to Golf Digest Magazine, the average golfer burns over 1,400 calories walking 18 holes, and as many as 850 calories riding in the cart.
According to the great Bobby Jones, “Golf is mainly played on a five-and-a-half-inch course, the space between your ears.” That’s because golf is filled with precise mental calculations such as ball location, grass depth, wind direction, green speeds, slope, and much more. It is a great way to help keep the mind strong.
Only a small percentage of golfers really ever get to low-handicaps (the scoring system to compare golfer skills), which means they rely on the other great parts of the game for enjoyment—such as the social aspect. A great golf cliché which reigns true is, “I’m just out here to relax and unwind,” representing it’s all about having a good time with friends.