Relationship between Golf and Health

Golf has potential to provide physical activity, and thus health and social benefits to women of all ages . This sport is particularly popular among young generation up to older adults .

Playing golf can provide moderate intensity physical activity and is associated with physical health benefits that include improved cardiovascular , respiratory and metabolic profiles, and improved wellness. There is also limited evidence related to golf and mental health . The incidence of golfing injury is moderate , with back injuries the most frequent .

Accidental head injuries are rare, but can have serious consequences.

Regular physical  activity has longevity, physical and mental health benefits women of all ages, genders, geographical and socioeconomic background. Playing golf is a contribution to muscular strengthening, balance and falls prevention.

These health benefits are not just unique to the professional players either but every golf players. Golf is the only game where the worst player gets the best of it.

Regular exercise improve mood, decrease anxiety and depression. Walking 2.5 hours per week reduces the risk of having a heart attack by 30-40 o/o.

It also helps prevent hip fractures and keeps bones strong , furthermore it prevents weight gain, and women golf players live an average of 7 years longer than couch potatoes .

Golf has also a role in preventing and treating many chronic diseases such as heart disease and diabetes.

All these clear evidences increase life expectancy. Encouraging friends, family, to take part in regular  activity is time well invested, and golf can offer significant benefit.

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