As sweltering summer days start to give way to cooler autumn weather (or at least temperatures south of 100) 😅, there’s no better time to grab your clubs and hit the golf course!
If you believe that golf is just “a good walk spoiled,” we’re here to change your mind. With the mental and physical health benefits of going clubbing (the kind with grass, and skorts, and dimpled balls, that is…), you’ll want to schedule your tee-time soon! 🏌️♀️
The mental health benefits of golf
Okay, okay. We know. If you’ve seen our golf socks collection, we call out the fact that sometimes golf can be frustrating. But the truth is, as frustrating as it can be when you’re stuck in a sand trap, the mental health benefits of golf far outweigh the frustrations. ⚖️
Golf is proven to improve your mood. According to Golf Digest, golf is proven to:
The physical health benefits of golf
Of course, golf has its physical benefits too. By providing moderate exercise, golf keeps your heart rate up which can lower cholesterol, improve lung function, and reduce your risk of heart disease. Some studies have even shown a correlation between golf and a longer life expectancy! 😱
So what are you waiting fore? Nothing, of course! (Hidden pun!)Join the par-tee, grab your lucky golf socks (and maybe a back-up pair, in case you get a “hole-in-one!”), load up your golf tote, and hit the green! Trust us—you’ll be glad you did! ⛳️