Four women in their 80s play golf on a regular basis at Stillwater Country Club. They don’t gamble and they don’t ride. They walk.
Here is a quote from 87-year-old Ruby Kaske:
“Why do I like it? I get to exercise, I guess, and get outside,” said Kaske, who took up golf 40 years ago after her husband, Herman, died. “Exercise keeps you going – sitting around doesn’t help too much. I used to play almost every day. I don’t like to ride. I like to think about (my game) as I’m walking. When I use a cart, I don’t play good at all – much worse than usual.”
And 84-year-old Lorraine Miller added this item:
“If you don’t have a good game, you at least got your walk in.”
As someone who likes the walk, I love it.