The number of golfers age 65-and-over increased almost 17% to 4.2 million in 2018. This number should continue to increase as the balance of Baby Boomers, the youngest of whom are 54, cross this milestone. As they retire, they should continue to positively impact rounds for the next decade. Golfers who were 65 or over played an average of 36 Rounds Golfers in the 18-34 age range played less frequently than boomers – a likely byproduct of increased demands on their time and involvement with a variety of other activities. This segment averaged 11.6 Rounds. In 2018, golfers played an average of 17.9 Rounds.