Hi Thank you for your input. Exercise has helped me thru the numerous injuries from most likely a bad swing. But as time goes, I learned to exercise the muscles which I had injured just so that I could keep on playing against my doctors advise. I exercise my upper body so I feel less pain on my left shoulder and do Yoga and planks to strengthen my core so I do not re-injure my lower back. Bicycling has also helped to get my legs stronger.
When practice putting for an hour my back is shot so is my plantar fasciitis. I would love to know what sort of weight training and exercise regimen is specific for the golfing muscles per se.
BTW I am 58
Of course there are many different levels of "drunk". Can't say I've ever played with anyone who was literally falling-down drunk, but there have certainly been many experiences with people of lesser levels of intoxication.
Here in the US, it isn't uncommon to have scramble events that include people that aren't regular golfers. Those events can get very sloppy. Once I played in one of these scrambles with this very friendly fellow who alternated between marijuana and beer for the entire 18 holes. The word we use here is contact buzz and I think I would have failed a piss test the next day.
It was fun, but I'm not entirely sure it was golf.