Posted February 06, 2018 03:08:00The idea of golf being too hard for your feet, knees, hips, ankles and wrists has been around for years.
But a recent survey from the United Kingdom found that nearly half of the people surveyed thought that golf should be easier for people with arthritis and that the sport should be given the same treatment as cycling and cycling clubs.
A similar survey from Denmark found that one in four people in that country said they thought golf should get the same level of care as other sports.
It’s not just the statistics that show how important the sport is for our physical well-being.
The way that the golf courses are designed to improve fitness and improve mobility are also hugely beneficial to those with arthritis, and to those who play golf.
Here’s what you need to know about golf, its components, and the different types of golf clubs you can buy.