Golf is a wonderful sport, and literally millions of senior citizens enjoy and benefit from it. The advantages range from the physical improvements it can make in one’s life to the social aspects of playing with like-minded people. The average golfer walks four miles on an eighteen-hole course. In addition, golfers use a variety of muscles as they negotiate the diverse terrain. The golf swing alone promotes core muscle strength in important regions of the body. Socially, golfers benefit from interaction and competition with a diverse group of people, and it certainly provides a reason to get up early and enjoy the day. Lastly, it creates recurring events to look forward to.