The positive impact of sport on a person’s physical condition was recognized in the days of Ancient Rome and Greece. However, the first scientific research in this area can only be attributed to 1950. By the end of the 20th century, scientists have traced a direct link between physical education and improved performance in chronic problems of cardiology, overweight, diabetes, hypertension, cancer, osteoporosis, and depression.
Among the many directions in sports, Golf occupies a worthy place as a health-improving type of physical activity. The solidity and authority of this game is not in any way comparable to the indicators of medical research at the University of Karolinska. 300,000 players took part in the experiment, and the results were more than optimistic. Continue reading