Playing Golf With and For Parkinson's

Playing golf with and for Parkinson’s disease

Posted on June 4, 2022 By Tara O'Loughlin

Anyone who’s familiar with the conditions knows that having Parkinson’s takes a severe toll on your mobility. People with Parkinson’s experience tremors, stiffness, and slowness of movement, which may impair their ability to exercise and participate in fun activities. Living with a chronic illness can produce many complications that lead to stress, and stress has … Continue reading “Playing golf with and for Parkinson’s disease”

4 Scientific secret benefits of playing golf

4 Scientific secret benefits of playing golf

Posted on September 19, 2021 By Tara O'Loughlin

As the pandemic continues out of the summer months and into the fall, many of us are looking for excuses to get out for some socially distanced enrichment. Golf has become increasingly popular for this very reason. Though seasoned golfers certainly don’t need reasons to play golf, the rest of the population didn’t necessarily see … Continue reading “4 Scientific secret benefits of playing golf”

Can you really improve your golf handicap by 10 strokes?

Can you really improve your golf handicap by 10 strokes?

Posted on May 29, 2021 By Tara O'Loughlin

For many people, the process of getting better at golf starts with an attempt to improve your handicap. In golf, a handicap is a number that indicates your ability as a player. For example, if a player has a +10 handicap, they play about ten strokes above average. As all golfers know, lower numbers are … Continue reading “Can you really improve your golf handicap by 10 strokes?”