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Work and Play

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Maintaining a good work-life balance can be difficult, and unless you have a physically demanding job, most of people will spend many hours a day sitting down. Such a sedentary daily routine can have serious consequences on your health and productivity.

 

Studies show that people who exercise regularly are happier and experience significantly lower levels of poor mental health and burnout at work, and that workplace health programmes can increase job satisfaction and reduce staff turnover by up to 25%.

Golf can help you get active, burn calories, stay in shape, lower cholesterol, reduce your risk of heart disease and research shows it can even help you live longer.

It’s also offer a great environment to relax and recharge your batteries - playing 9-holes after work is the perfect way to unwind after a long day.

Builds strength of character

Golf is all about tactics, techniques and focus – so it’s great for honing these key mental skills that could help you at work. It can help you learn to stay calm under pressure, think strategically, and build up your mental stamina. Golf rewards players who never lose their temper, however stressful the situation, which sometimes can be easier said than done!

A game for all

Golf has a unique ability to bring people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds together. It is inherently sociable and a great way to connect with colleagues, clients, or potential business leads. There’s plenty of time to talk between holes and in the clubhouse.

The unique handicap system makes it a game for all. Whether young or old, male or female, novice or expert - golf suits all ages, backgrounds and abilities so you can enjoy a competitive or social game with anybody in your network.

So why not get your colleagues together for a taster golf session or beginner lessons to build team spirit, or just to have some fun away from work!