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Pro Golfers and Celebrities Pair Up in Charity Golf Tournament

Callaway Golf Foundation's Pro-Celebrity Tournament to Benefit the Entertainment Industry Foundation's Cancer Research Initiatives CARLSBAD, Calif., Dec. 15 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The Callaway Golf Foundation will host the second professional/celebrity golf tournament, the Callaway G...

Continental Airlines Sponsors Golfers Against Cancer Tournament

HOUSTON, Nov. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- For the ninth consecutive year Continental Airlines (NYSE: CAL ) will be the presenting sponsor of the Houston-based Golfers Against Cancer (GAC) annual tournament held at the Clubs of Kingwood on Nov. 19. GAC, a 501(c)(3) organization, was founded in 1997 wi...

A Joint Venture by Golfers And Military Forces To Combat AIDS

Golfers unite hands to help the paramilitary Assam Rifles combat HIV/AIDS in the region. India, next only to South Africa leads the march when it comes to HIV infections. The threat looms large over the north eastern parts of the // country, particularly over Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nag...

Nepal to Introduce Art of Living for Golfers

Kathmandu: More things are wrought by prayers than the world dreams of - even achieving the //perfect putt on golf links. "It's a known fact that golf maestro Tiger Woods meditates and does yoga for concentration," says Ajay Kumar, director of sales and marketing at Le Meriden Gokarna Forest ...

Birdies for Breast Cancer Announces Fifth Annual Charity Golf Classic Hosted by Top Women's Golfer, Cristie Kerr

...s Ice Cream, Knight Capital Group, Continental Airlines and the Ritz Carlton. Cristie Kerr is recognized as one of the top women's professional golfers in the world and currently ranks #1 on three of the Ladies Professional Golf Association's most prestigious lists, topping Player of the Year, Money L...

Hit the Links for a Healthy Dose of Fun with Play Golf America

...ACH GARDENS, Fla., July 10 /PRNewswire/ -- For seasoned and inexperienced golfers alike, hitting the links provides more than just a fun way to spend an afte...oximately half the recommended daily steps. Walking the course also enables golfers to burn calories. A player can burn around 2,900 calories by walking 36 hol...

National Kidney Foundation's 23rd Annual Maryland Golf Classic Raises Funds to Fight Kidney Disease

...ney disease in the nation. The tournament took place on June 15 at the picturesque Whiskey Creek Golf Club in Ijamsville, Maryland. More than 80 golfers participated including Redskins kicker Shaun Suisham, whose foursome placed first. According to Suisham, "Golfing at Whiskey Creek was a blast! The we...

Good Golf Form Can Improve Game and Prevent Pain

...to injuries from overuse and poor mechanics," Dr. Jon B. Tucker, an orthopedic surgeon and AAOS spokesman, said in a news release. "It's important for golfers to regularly participate in a muscle-conditioning program to reduce the risk of common golf injuries." The maladies include hand tenderness or nu...

The Byron Nelson: Championship Philosophy, Timeless Excellence

...very famous Texan, the late Byron Nelson, is considered one of the greatest golfers ever to play the game. With his unprecedented, still-unbroken record of 11 ...ks on golf technique have instructed countless thousands of student and pro golfers alike. His influence continues to touch every aspect of the sport as it is ...

Stay on Par this Golf Season, Injury Free

... and playing in the warm sun are just a few things golfers love about hitting the links. Golfing can be a tr...oss, pain and suffering, and legal fees. golfers most often suffer from hand tenderness or numbness...om overuse and poor mechanics. It's important for golfers to regularly participate in a muscle conditioning ...
Golfers in Medical Technology

Colorado Cancer Research Program Will Host Golf Event to 'Drive' the Message that Clinical Trials Play a Vital Role in the Quest to Find a Cure for Cancer

...Newswire-USNewswire/ -- The Colorado Cancer Research Program (CCRP) invites golfers to participate in its second annual "Drive for a Cure" Golf Tournament on M...se that I am proud to sponsor." The cost of the event is $185 per player. golfers without a foursome will be placed into teams of four. Fees include green fe...
Golfers in Medical Products

Nike Vision Eyewear

Description:...sport performance. New to the collection is a patented Golf Tint lens option that enhances the contrast between the ball and its surroundings enabling golfers to see the ball better during play. The Nike Flexon optical collection features patented Flexon memory-metal technology that provides corrosion resist...
Company:Marchon Eyewear Inc.
Golfers in Medical Dictionary

Epicondylitis

...Epicondylitis (Golfer's Elbow) ... Medial epicondylitis affecting. the right elbow is most likely caused by ... Lateral epicondylitis among golfers is. caused by the same mechanisms as with ... Overview: Lateral epicondylitis , or tennis elbow, is a commonly encountered ... For work-related ...
Golfers in Biological News

This grass is still greener

... CLEMSON, SCIn areas of the U.S. where golfers can enjoy the game year-round, winter temperatures...d frost, which can result in delayed tee times for golfers and lost revenue for course owners. Winter traffic...led, resulting in lost revenue and tension between golfers and course superintendents." The report recomme...

Golf course: Playing fields, wildlife sanctuaries or both

... COLUMBIA, Mo. "FORE"...Though they may not help improve a person's golf game, stream salamanders might change the way golfers think about the local country club in the near future, following a new University of Missouri study. "There are more than 17,000 golf courses in th...

Golfers and golf courses benefit from the use of native grasses in roughs

... Some golfers may prefer a well-manicured golf course, highly-maintained with very green, very short grass that's easy to play off of. But, according to two recent ...
Golfers in Biological Dictionary

Carpel

... of one or more pistils. A pistil may consist of a single free carpel , or be formed from a number... Carpel Tunnel Syndrome. Frozen Shoulder. golfers Elbow. Headaches. Knee Injuries. Plantar Fasciitis ... How can ART resolve Carpel Tunnel Syndrome? ... SKIP INTRO ... Definition of carpel f...
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