River's Edge Golf's blog
On a daily basis, we are bombarded with tips about how to make our swings better, what to do to cinch the putt, and what not to do so we don't make the dreaded shank shot. Yet there are plenty of faux pas that golfers do while out on the course even before they take the iron out of their golf bags. Here are some simple things we might do that we later regret as we are leaving the golf course.
You are sitting at a table with your coworkers, talking about all the outdoor adventures people plan to do during their vacations. While there is talk about hiking, bike riding and mountain climbing at unique places, you are quick to share your plans about going a few rounds at the local golf course. Your coworkers may look at you strangely as they ask what is so unique about golf. You laugh and say it is the course you play, leaving them stumped.
Rising golf stars are the greatest people to watch. They are so focused on the game, yet they have great attitudes over their competition and skills that they bring the golf play to a new dimension. During 2016, there are a number of women golfers who you should keep an eye on. While we expect veterans such as Inbee Park and Stacy Lewis to make headlines, these 3 rookies
could create an epic upset that will be talked about for years.
When the early morning dew spots the grass, a lone figure stands out on the River's Edge Golf Course. The clubs are clean and the ball sits patiently on the tee waiting for the swing of the iron. The golfer breathes in the fresh morning air, crisp and cool over the Deschutes River, with his breath steaming out inches from his lips. With birds flying overhead, the golfer makes his swing with a solid "thwack" as the ball takes to the skies.
Just like the weather and your health can impact your golf game, so too can the foods and drinks you consume in the hours before you take to the golf course. There are certain foods that can help or hurt your game of golf. If you should consume them anywhere from a few hours to 2 days before your tee time, you could notice a dramatic difference in your score.
Wondering if what you are eating could be hurting or harming your golf score? Here is a look at some examples of foods and drinks that will either improve or hinder your game of golf.
Even the game of golf is not immune to technology. Every year, companies all over the world release a series of new gadgets that promise to help golfers improve their game. These gadgets do everything from predict where hazards are on a course to helping you determine what club to use for a specific hole.
The statistics are clear: golfers are at a higher risk of skin cancer than the average adult. The reason isn’t as simple as being outside more. The golf course itself often increases a person’s skin cancer risk. Features on the golf course like sand in sand traps and water in ponds can reflect UV rays back onto players, giving them double the sun exposure. This can leave many players at risk of developing skin cancer in the future.