Why Golf Is Considered “The Retirement Sport”

Friday, June 30, 2017

Retirement means a lot of things to a lot of different people. Whether you think it means to stop working, living on a yacht, or to do countless of leisure activities. But for many men and many women — there is one activity that cannot be ignored: golf. Even for athletes, the transition from basketball, baseball, soccer, etc. always lead to the sport of golf. Why is this so?

Golf is more than a sport. It does not require rigorous physical activity, and can be played professionally by people who are overweight, injured, or non-athletic. This allows people from many different backgrounds react positively to the sport. Even NBA’s MVP Stephen Curry shot a two-under-par 70 at Pebble Beach this year. Michael Jordan, Charles Barkeley, Ryan Succop and Tom Brady are amongst the long list of golfers who also play golf outside of their familiar courts or fields.

While golf serves as an excellent pastime for retirees, it can also help create an bustling social life and keep retirees physically active. What better way to create excitement for your senior golfers than by throwing a hole-in-one tournament?! Give your golfers the chance to win big with cash prizes and giveaways! Call us at 888-882-5440 or email us at info@usholeinone.com for details.


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