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Why do we call them the Dog Days of Summer

The Dog Days of Summer The “dog days of summer” occur during the hottest and muggiest part of the season. Webster defines “dog days” as the period between early July and early September when the hot sultry weather of summer usually occurs in the northern hemisphere. - See more at: Read More

Summer Heat Cramping Your Golf Game?

With the official start of Summer underway, we are experiencing record breaking temperatures. Summer heat can be wonderful when you’re laying out on the beach or taking a dip in the pool, but while you are on the golf course, it can hinder your swing. Instead of fantasizing about a swim in a cool Read More

Why would we Water in the Middle of the Day?

Many guests do not understand why we would water the golf course during the middle of the day. Well the truth is, if you see our team out watering during the middle of the day, that is probably the third or fourth time we had to water that day because it’s HOT! When we get into very hot times of Read More

How to Keep Cool when Playing Golf

We’ve officially entered the “dog days of summer,” which means that it’s going to be hot out there on the fairways! But don’t despair, you can still enjoy your round and beat the heat – here are some of our recommendations for how to stay cool on the golf course. Purchase a specially designed Read More

How Patriotic is Golf?

Golf over Independence Day weekend is an American tradition for many families. In honor of our national birthday, we’ve done some digging on what golf course has the most patriotic name. Some courses are named after U.S Presidents, particularly golfing presidents like Dwight D. Eisenhower. Others Read More

Get Fit!

Are you hitting a mid-summer slump wishing you had more physical energy and you were in better shape? Well golf can be a key in keeping you in shape! Here are 10 things that golf will help you improve your physical state:  1.       Exposure to the outdoors – The Read More

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