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GCR5-Thursday Golf Course Review Greenskeeper.Org

Golf Course Review TPC Harding Park San Francisco California Know Before You Go with Greenskeeper.Org Golf Course Review TPC Harding Park San Francisco California. #GolfCourseReview @TPCHardingPark #Golf #SanFrancisco #California #Breaking At Greenskeeper.org we are serious about the golf we play.  We are serious about the golf course reviews we write.  We know that our reviews. . . .

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Golfing Healthy – 6 Tips For Healthy Travels

Golfing Healthy with Cate Ritter

Whether you’re traveling for a golf tournament, a business meeting or a family vacation, it can be challenging to find convenient food options that keep you energized and satisfied. Although you’re not likely to find a “par-fect” plate of grass-fed steak, baked sweet potato fries, GMO-free ketchup and a side of organic steamed kale, you. . . .

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Greenskeeper.org Bringing Golfers Together

Social Golf

Golf is Really Social? The Inaugural Group at River Ridge Golf Course and GK Plays Tee Times Golf is a solitary sport or so I thought.  On it’s most primitive level it pits you against the golf course and what she has to throw at you — mano a mano.  Sometimes the course can be nice. . . .

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Golfing Healthy – Summertime Score: Berries for Birdies

Golfing Healthy with Cate Ritter

A great way to stay cool on the links while partaking in the season’s colorful bounty is to enjoy fresh berries. Blackberries, blueberries, raspberries and strawberries are the most nutritionally-dense fruits. Packed with antioxidants, vitamin C and fiber, berries help decrease inflammation, support weight loss, and improve overall health. They’re also an excellent, low-sugar alternative. . . .

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It’s Summer and That Means Stay Hydrated. Beat the Heat.

The Sun can be good and bad. Learn how to cope and beat the heat.

Beat the heat.  Stay hydrated.  Stay cool.  Play well in the heat. I am not a doctor, nor do I play one on television.  I do however play a lot of golf in the heat and I have quite a few friends that do as well.  Take some advice from a few seasoned veterans playing. . . .

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