Mark Twain is said to have described golf as “a good walk spoiled.” I don’t expect the 25 million Americans who play the game would agree with him.
The enjoyment that comes from teeing off with the driver, striding down the fairway, and focusing intently on a 30-foot putt (not to mention refreshments at the 19th hole) is also matched by some wonderful health benefits.
Perhaps the best of these benefits is a longer life. Let’s see what the science reveals about golf and longevity.
Golf Reduces Your Risk of Death
Evidence that golf can add years to your life comes from a brand-new […]