Balance: With good balance, your swing can stay on-plane, your weight is properly distributed, and your chances of delivering the club-face squarely back to the ball dramatically increase. Good balance affects your accuracy, your distance, and your control of your golf shots.
With good balance to your hearing, your understanding can stay on an even plane, the weight of words stay properly distributed, and the chances of your auditory system delivering sounds to your brain dramatically increase. Good balance to your hearing affects your word accuracy, the distance at which you can understand, and your control of a comfortable lifestyle.
Health: A study by Cristina Sanders, cited in MD Sports Weblog, found that around 13,000 steps are taken per 18-hole round, exceeding the recommended daily amount of steps needed for a healthy lifestyle. The benefits aren’t only limited to physical health either, with psychological benefits including improved mood, reduced anxiety and increased confidence. Golf is known to boost social connections and self-esteem. However, poor hearing can counteract all of those psychological benefits. Impaired hearing can cause people to have increased anxiety, decreased confidence and self-esteem, and promotes poorer moods as a result. Not being able to hear can take you out of conversations and make you feel isolated, which will make you less likely to participate in group outings that give you all of these health benefits.
Treating your hearing properly can help improve brain function by making you feel less isolated, improving short term memory, fight against Alzheimer’s and Dementia, and give you your confidence back.
You don’t want poor balance to throw off your game, why would you want the same for your brain? If you think that you or someone you know suffers from poor hearing, schedule a free hearing test today to get your confidence back to get back on the course and back out into your life.
You deserve the best. You deserve Miracle-Ear.
Sources: “Golfer’s Walk 13,000 Steps Playing 18 Holes.” MD Sports Weblog, 19 Nov. 2007, mdsports.wordpress.com/2007/11/19/golfers-walk-13000-steps-playing-18-holes/.