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WASHINGTON, July 19, 2017 / Following is the daily "Profile America" feature from the U.S. Census Bureau:

JULY 19: THE HOLE TRUTH

Profile America — Wednesday, July 19th. The first 18-hole golf course in the United States opened this week in 1893 in Downer's Grove, Illinois. The course was an expansion of an existing 9-hole facility. The Chicago Golf Club soon moved to a new course in nearby Wheaton, and the Downer's Grove course has since reverted to 9 holes. The sport arrived on these shores from Scotland, and there is evidence of golfing in the late 18th century in South Carolina and Georgia. Today, over 25 million Americans play the game at least once a year at the 11,280 golf courses and country clubs across the nation. These establishments employ over 295,000 people in the nearly $21 billion per year pursuit of what a frustrated player called "a good walk spoiled." You can find more facts about America from the U.S. Census Bureau online at www.census.gov.

The newly introduced R Motion of ProTee United and Rapsodo now makes it possible for golf enthusiasts to have their own golf simulator at home, in the barn or in the attic.  
 
"The device automatically connects to the PC on which the software is installed," said Dennis van Drie, director of ProTee United. "Then you place a net to catch the balls and put a piece of carpet or grass on the ground. Now you're ready to practice. Hit the ball and watch it fly over the screen."

TAMPA, Fla., June 29, 2017 / -- Recent research by the American College of Sports Medicine suggests that recreational golfers are more vulnerable to long-term injury risk from the sport than many may think. The weekend golfer tries to use golf as a relaxation tool; but, in many cases, long-term injuries can affect their everyday lives. Muscle strains, tendon attachment, and spinal disc problems are just a few of the injuries that can occur while playing golf. Dr. Abraham Rivera of Physician Partners of America states, "The golf swing involves the dreaded spinal triad of bend, twist and lift. Few things can play more havoc on our lumbar disc and this motion can grind a lumbar disc away." 

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The summer is a great time to build up your fitness program, enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables, take a vacation, and have fun. It’s also a time to pay attention to your health and safety. Below are tips to help you stay safe and healthy this summer and all year long.

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Associated with TOCA since 2001, Dr. Cummings estimates that up to 40% of the patients he sees play golf, including numerous PGA Tour professionals. No matter the skill level, he encourages all golfers to take injury prevention measures, especially keeping your core strong.

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The heat is on “high” in Arizona! Staying hydrated in the Arizona climate is definitely a challenge but most importantly a necessity. With Valley temperatures in triple digits, it’s important to stay hydrated. How much water do you need to drink during the summer in Phoenix?

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