Sunday, November 18, 2018.  FROST DELAY UNTIL 8:30-9. The golf course is open. Riding carts are available.  Driving Range is open on mats for the remainder of season.  Pro Shop hours are 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.  HOT STOVE IS CLOSED FOR THE SEASON.

 

 
Need Another Reason to Fall in Love with Golf? We’ve Got You Covered

As if you did not need yet another reason to stay in love with the game of golf – we have another! Are you aware that regularly golfing can actually make you a smarter person overall? There are many different aspects of the game of golf that a lot of players, and potential players, may not even realize. When you become so engulfed in the game, you may forget how many outstanding skills you are attaining while you play.

The game of golf exercises your memory in outstanding ways, and is a great way to stay mentally healthy, especially as you get older. For example, if you are visiting the same course repeatedly, your mind will eventually be able to recall specific holes that you need to work on, as well as how the course is laid out. You will be able to know exactly what to expect from courses that you are familiar with and will ultimately train your brain to memorize detailed aspects about each one.

The game of golf teaches you to think ahead and to move forward. Ultimately, it teaches you to grow. This is a vital life skill that can be developed through consistent golf play and applied in your everyday life. While you are constantly wondering how to grow your game and what you can do to better yourself as a player, you are training your mind to regularly think about ways in which you can improve. When people have this proactive mindset, it will help them to become a more knowledgeable individual.

While golf is extremely fun and entertaining, it is more than just a sport. It requires planning, and it requires that you are fully present and available at each hole. When you get to each hole, you will overtime learn to remember the distance of each one as well as how to quickly add up your strokes. This requires your mind to move at a fast-pace, which is a great skill to have both personally and professionally.