Golfing not only keeps your heart rate up and burns calories, it's literally good for your mind, body and soul, leading to long-term health benefits. 

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Your heart

Golf helps reduce stress and promote relaxation, leading to reduced blood pressure and cholesterol. Physical exercise produces adrenaline which gets your heart pumping, strengthening it naturally and lowering your risk of heart disease.

Your Brain

A round of golf boosts creativity, mental focus, encourages strategic-thinking, breathing and stress management. Golf stimulates blood circulation to the brain, as well as the release of endorphin. Moreover, adequate exposure to sunlight also boosts serotonin release, elevating your mood, improving sleep, and reducing cancer risks associated with vitamin D deficiency, and effectively combat pain and stress. 

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YOUR Eyes

Focusing in and out on the small golf ball and distant targets help evaluate and improve your hand-eye coordination and visual acuity.

Involving YOUR Children 

Golfing is a terrific method to teach kids patience, concentration, persistence, discipline, and good manners. It also helps to improve their hand-eye coordination as well as general athleticism. 

added bonus

Golfing is a great way to network and foster relationships with friends and family amidst your busy lifestyle. Not to mention, your social and personal relationships boost your immune system and increases your life expectancy.