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JW Marriot Camelback Golf Club Mobile Phone App

Download the Camelback Golf Club App to enhance your golf experience on the course.

This app includes:

  • Interactive Scorecard
  • Golf Games: Skins, Stableford, Par, Stroke Scoring
  • GPS
  • Golfer Profile with Automatic Stats Tracker
  • Hole Descriptions & Playing Tips
  • Live Tournaments & Leaderboards
  • Book Tee Times
  • Course Tour
  • Food & Beverage Menu
  • Facebook Sharing
  • And much more...

To download, use to one of these links:

Apple: http://ow.ly/611B30dTYQz

Android: http://ow.ly/Y8H730dTYSH

Click here for more information about the Camelback Golf Club

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Callaway Major Bag Sweepstakes | PGA Tour Superstore

To celebrate Henrik's win last year at Royal Troon...

Contest ends 7/27/17 at midnight EST
 
1st Place
2 winners will receive a 2016 July Major Staff Bag signed by Henrik Stenson with matching headcovers
 
2nd Place
10 winners will receive a Limited Edition Henrik Stenson 18x24 Poster (pictured above)

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Avoid Golf Injuries | Physician Partners of America Ask Golfers to Swing Properly on the Course

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." 

New Affordable Home Golf Simulator for Every Golf Enthusiast Released by ProTee United

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."

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