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State Parks Offer Great Summer Golf Packages

If you are looking for a quick getaway this summer, check out the state parks in three southern states - Kentucky, Tennessee and West Virginia.

With on-site lodging ranging from first class resorts to rustic cabins, state parks in these three states can accommodate any type of golf group.


North Carolina's Golf Coast
This is the nickname for North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands—and for good reason! More than 30 courses near the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean, just north of Myrtle Beach and south of Wilmington, offer a variety of designs by world-renowned golf course architects in a naturally beautiful setting. As a coastal locale, Brunswick County and specifically Ocean Isle Beach, boasts exciting beachfront lodging ranging from standard hotel rooms to ocean front suites and 4 and 5 bedroom houses.
Many of our great golf destinations offer online golf package bookings and seasonal specials. Check them out here.

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Beat the Heat this Summer
1) Stay hydrated; and not just with beer. Water and sports drinks are your friends this time of year.
2) Wear loose, light-colored clothing made of moisture wicking material. You'll feel more comfortable, stay cooler and play better.
3) Use sunblock. Much of the newer golf apparel has sunblock technology built in. But on  skin that is exposed, use sunscreen rated SPF 30 or higher.
4) Wear a hat. Baseball caps are good, but a wide brimmed hat is more effective. It's not just about avoiding sunburn, keeping heat off your head helps you maintain your energy.
5) Eat light, but eat well enough to maintain your concentration and energy levels. You don't want to feel heavy and lethargic from a big meal before playing in the hot sun for 4-5 hours.
6) Warm up fully but not aggressively. Hit balls on the range and putt some of the putting green, but don't overexert yourself.  Again, try and maintain your energy level

7) Enjoy the round and dream about that winter golf vacation you can take. Our Let's Golf® Travel Directory can help you decide where to go.

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