This is what all seniors need to be breathing in. It's good to do our exercises, but it's also good to have strong conversations, and it's good to exercise the brain. To me, doing sport and visiting and chatting are all [very important]. So by getting so frustrated with the game, seniors were giving up these conversations as well as golf?
You're giving up life. I mean, you go to Florida—you want to play a beautiful course and then have a lovely dinner and enjoy the experience. A golf course is absolutely beautiful. I mean, it's a beautiful lifestyle. And why would you want to get so messed up in the head that you don't see any of it? And that's my driving force here. I'm saying senior golf is exciting. I love it. And the people that I have conversations with—that have far more wisdom than I do—I glean stuff from every day. What other innovations have you brought to your academy?
The other thing is I am bringing juniors in here as well. And why am I doing that in a senior world? [What] I see in my vision at the end of the day is juniors play with the seniors to make the seniors laugh, and the seniors are teaching the juniors respect and discipline. The other thing is those grandkids come to visit Grandma and Grandpa. Well, we have something for those kids. I'm just trying to turn everything upside down. And it's working. How are things going for you so far?
It is working, and it is only going to get better. It's new. The bottom line is, let's have more fun. But also, let's maintain a solid, constructive quality of life, using our brains, [and] let's stay inquisitive about our bodies even though they aren't the same as they were at 25.