If you have used junior clubs, you should start using ladies clubs once they have grown out of them, as they will fill the gap between juniors and mens.
There are plenty of clubs that traveling seniors can join. One place that a traveling senior can be a part of is at http://seniorsholidaytravel.com.au/info/home/
Not necessarily. There is a difference between bars & strip clubs.
Brookdale has it's own assisted living facilities for seniors. The facility provides all kinds of activities for seniors ranging from music to book clubs to prayer services.
The difference between the men's golf clubs and junior golf clubs is the age bracket that the golf clubs are used by players. Junior golf clubs are used by young players typically aged from 7 to 16 years old while men's golf clubs are used by adult players from 18 years old and above. These golf clubs come in different sizes and material to fit players properly.
Ladies golf clubs are designed with lady golfers in mind. They are usually slightly shorter and have softer shaft, designed to help get the airborne. A man could use s set of ladies clubs, the would suit him better if he was not very tall and had a slow swing speed.
Gentlemen Only Ladies Forbidden
Go to the Dublin Ladies football website, and hover your mouse over club results or club fixtures and you will see a list of clubs. If you click on the Information link you will get a map of the clubs. There are lots in north Dublin.
The Taylor MAde Ladies' bag can carry twelve clubs, plus balls, tees and even a phone.
there are a lot of travel clubs in a lot of different places. You can start learning about them from here http://www.seniorcitizenjournal.com/travel-articles/travel-clubs-for-senior-citizens/
Adams Golf clubs are very good, they are not a premier (top 5 brand) but they have a strong following and are very popular with seniors.