After all those decades of work and responsibility, retirement should be a welcome period of rest and relaxation, a time to enjoy the fruits of your labor. Unfortunately, that "rest and relaxation" often turns out to be more a burden than a blessing. Unprepared for the vast amount of idle time at their disposal, too many retirees find themselves without direction, without purpose, without pleasure.
Author Robert Faber urges retirees to use golf as therapy, proposing the game--with its competitive stimulation and social opportunities--as a fulfilling alternative to excessive unstructured leisure time. With the assistance of retired University of Michigan golf coach Tom Simon, Faber provides technical instructions specially tailored to the physical limitations of senior amateur golfers.
With humor and pertinent insights into the special needs of seniors, Senior Golf: It Takes Balls To Retire offers information on the origins of the game, its equipment, its rules, and the demographics of those who pursue it.
Senior Golf will help you look at retirement not as the end of employment, but as the beginning of life's second phase.
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