Why golf is good for your work-life balance

Why golf is good for your work-life balance

Why golf is good for your work-life balance

Juggling work and home life can be tough. However, if you want to stay happy, healthy and well, it’s important to take time out to do something you enjoy. With its unique mix of exercise, socialising and fresh air, golf is the perfect option.

Here’s how golf can help you keep the balance right…

#1 Me-time
Golf gives you a precious space of your own that can help you recharge your batteries and alleviate stress. Its unique combination of fresh air, exercise and socialising means it can help calm your worries, keep you healthy and give you a better perspective. Learning something new and progressing with the sport will also give you a sense of achievement.

#2 Step away from technology
Technology now encroaches on every area of your life and you can find yourself constantly bombarded with texts, calls and emails – apart from when you head out on to the golf course. Leave the phone behind and head out without interruption for a few hours of golf, rest and recreation.

#3 Good to exercise outside
If your work is sedentary and you spend long hours sitting at a desk, it’s important to stay active. Golf is a great way to get moving and research shows that getting outside is great for your health and wellbeing. You can burn more than 900 calories and take over 10,000 steps when playing a game so it can help you stay in shape too. 

#4 Fun and enjoyment
When life is stressful and busy, golf is a great way to inject some much-needed fun into your life. There’s no better way to spend some of your free time than sharing laughs and a game of golf with close friends and family.

#5 Spend quality time with others
It’s important to build a strong social and support network through connecting with others. Golf can help you do this because it is inherently sociable. You can chat as you play and there’s the added bonus of a relaxing drink or coffee afterwards in the clubhouse.