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Be Well. Play Golf

Come for Some Exercise and Fresh Air Too. Golf is a Great Escape.
As far as actual golf goes, being out on the golf course and being separated from people for awhile, it’s a great escape from what’s going on and a great time to get some fresh air and to get some exercise as well. “It’s a great way to get outside and get some fresh air and not have to worry about what’s going on for a few hours,” said PGA General Manager Michael Ferranti. “It’s definitely something to do now that there’s no games on TV and really something to get out and get going.”
“Great Escape from What’s Going On-Local Golf Courses Remain Open Amid Coronavirus Concerns” by Chase Evans 

Support your Community. Play Golf Locally.
New safety recommendations for golf clubs suggest hourly cleanings of high-touch areas like doorknobs, a regular changing of towels, and elbow bumps to replace handshakes. A Golf Advisor writer commented, “…it’s noteworthy that closing wasn’t one of the suggestions. I don’t know about you; I don’t plan on hanging up the clubs as long as I’m healthy. With all the stress and newfound free time (with schools and youth sports canceling), I could theoretically play more. It would be wise to play locally, avoiding travel and supporting your own community.”
“What the Coronavirus Means for Everyday Golfers” by Jason Scott Deegan of Golf Advisor

We’re Open and the Weather is Perfect. Golf Gulf Shores.
Did you Know Fresh Air and Sunshine are Disinfectants? Well, they are and scientific support proves it. Fresh air can kill the flu virus and other harmful germs. Equally, sunlight is germicidal and there’s even evidence it can kill the flu virus. When you take into account the beautiful weather we‘re having, a day on the course makes sense. Escape the worries of these times and enjoy the beauty that our courses provide. It’s good for the body and soul.
“Coronavirus and the Sun: a Lesson from the 1918 Influenza Pandemic” by Richard Hobday

Physical Activity Lowers Your Overall Risk. Book Your Tee Time Today. 
“At this point, people should certainly keep exercising,” Aubree Gordon, an associate professor of epidemiology at the University of Michigan’s School of Public Health, tells CNBC. In fact, physical activity can boost your immune system, Michael Knight, assistant professor of medicine at the George Washington School of Medicine and Health Services, tells CNBC. “I would encourage my patients to continue getting moderate amounts of physical activity to lower their overall risk,” he says.
“Should You Skip the Gym or a Workout Class Because of the Coronavirus Outbreak?” by Cory Stieg of CNBC 

Golf Might Be Just the Right Antidote for the Coronavirus.
The fact is, with the right precautions and perhaps a little pre- and post-round modifications, golf might be just the right antidote to the mounting fears of coronavirus. Fighting the coronavirus is a communal effort, but from an individual basis, it also has much to do with our immune systems, and the fact is our immune systems do not work well when they are stressed. Golf, even for those of us who know the internal outrage of the 40-yard slice or the third three-putt in four holes, can and should be a de-stressor. That’s a good thing. Less stress, physical activity, being outdoors, taking in nature. Maybe hitting more practice balls on the range or even walking the course at night with a club and a few balls. Sounds a lot like the game we love.
Can You Play Golf Amid Coronavirus Concerns? With Proper Precautions, Yes” by Mike Stachura of Golf Digest

Exercising Outside Reduces Risk. Head Outdoors and Play Golf. 
If you’re nervous about the gym, exercising outdoors would “dramatically reduce any chance” of getting the virus, simply because you’re around fewer people, Aubree Gordon, an associate professor of epidemiology at the University of Michigan’s School of Public Health, tells CNBC. Currently, there are no restrictions in place that would prevent people from going outside in the United States. Go for a run, hike or bike ride, she suggests. Plus, research has shown that a 90-minute walk in nature boosts your cognitive functioning and decreases anxiety.
“Should You Skip the Gym or a Workout Class Because of the Coronavirus Outbreak?” by Cory Stieg of CNBC

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