If you are thinking of getting into a new sport, then you might want to consider trying golf. There is plenty that the newcomer can enjoy about this interesting sport, and if you are looking for something which combines physical skill with mental acumen, then this is a great example. Often, people are put off trying to get into golf because the idea of practicing on a real course is intimidating. However, we will see that it is actually relatively straightforward to improve your golf game without such embarrassment – and watching yourself improve in this sport can be a real joy.
Let’s take a look at some of the things you might want to bear in mind if you are going to get into golf.
Golf is one of the sports that you are either into or not – but there are some compelling reasons why everyone should be hitting the course on a regular basis. Let’s take a look at some of the amazing benefits of starting and playing more golf – and hopefully, we’ll persuade you to take some time out and start making waves on the fairway.
There’s a lot of walking involved in golf, of course – as long as you avoid cheating and using the golf trucks that are becoming a more common sight on the nation’s courses. And it’s great for keeping you fit and giving you a healthy dose of fresh air But according to healthfitnessrevolution.com, there is more physical exercise involved in golf than you might think. Every swing uses your arms, legs, back and abdomen, and when you consider how many times you smash a ball over 18 holes, it’s clear that golf isn’t just a relaxing stroll in the park. Continue reading
Australian golfer Adam Scott outlasted Argentinian Angel Cabrera to win the 2013 Masters in a playoff. He becomes the first Aussie to win the golf’s most-prestigious event.
Scott, 32, is best known for his collapse at last year’s British Open and for having Tiger Woods ex-caddie, Stevie Williams by his side.
He can now walk around with a green jacket and instantly gain respect…even if he wears sweatpants (I’m jealous).
For the casual golf fans who only care about Tiger Woods, he finished tied for fourth (-5).
Yes, I know this Adam Scott is not the same as the actor best known for his work on “Parks & Recreation” and “Party Down”, but I love this damn picture so much.