Six Things To Look For When Buying A New Pair Of Golf Shoes

Posted on: 11 August 2015

Buying golf shoes isn't something you should do lightly; you spend many hours on your feet, traipsing across greens and around water hazards. Make an effort to find golf shoes that are made of durable, resilient materials and that won't cost an arm and a leg. Before you buy a pair of golf shoes, take time to review some of the features that you will want to look for to ensure high-performing golf shoes on and off the course.
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Getting The Most Benefits From Your Golf Game

Posted on: 10 August 2015

While golfing doesn't have to be super strenuous, it still has a wide variety of health benefits. How you get from hole to hole can affect just how beneficial the game is, but even those who ride in golf carts can benefit. Burn Calories and Lose Weight When golfing 9 holes, the average person burns 411 calories if they ride in a cart, 613 if they walk but have the caddie deal with their clubs, 718 calories if they use a pull cart and 721 calories if they carry the bag themselves.
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Increasing Your Running Speed For A Marathon

Posted on: 6 August 2015

Running a marathon is never an easy task. It does not matter if it is your first or your one hundredth marathon, it will be a great challenge. When running a marathon you may have a goal to beat your last marathon time, just finish the race at a decent pace or perhaps qualify for a big race such as the Boston Marathon. Increasing your running speed is crucial to achieve your marathon running goals.
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Can Taking On-Course Playing Lessons Help Your Golf Game?

Posted on: 5 August 2015

When you think of golf lessons, you usually picture meeting your instructor on the driving range, then grinding away at swing after swing while you work to make some beneficial change.  For golfers who already have the fundamentals down, an increasingly popular option is to take on-course playing lessons. Your teaching professional accompanies you on the course for anywhere from a hole or two to an entire round, helping you master issues that come up during actual play.
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