Summer here at home gets super hot. I to all sorts of activities outside, golf included, that can lead to dehydration. Just a week or so ago after a big ski/hike mission I had severe cramping in my right thigh. It was brutal. I’m now sampling Pickle Juice to help with cramps and dehydration. I’ve used it 3x now and have felt great following strenuous, sweaty activity.
Happened to be in the neighborhood of Cedar Hills Golf Club, Utah a few days ago. And as fate would have it, I had some FPV racing drones on hand (big surprise) and was able to do some flyovers. Looks like the back nine is undergoing some kind of maintenance, but still a fun look:
I’m happy to help support new golf brands and entrepreneurs. Here’s your chance to do the same with Father’s Day just around the corner. Check out some Player2 apparel.
On the left side of the photo above is the Player2 “3-Putt” polo. I must admit that I would normally shy away from any golf product whose name implies something bad, but we’re going to let it slide… this time. The 3-Putt is a performance polo with a classic fit and 4-way stretch. The polo employs active wicking to pull moisture away from the player and help it quickly evaporate. The polo keeps the player cool (physically) with “brrr Triple Effect Cooling. It was 96 degrees here today, so I need a bunch of that brrr Triple Effect NOW!
On the right is a classic T for apres golf. The fabric is mega-soft due to a tri-blend of fabrics. I dig chilling out in this one. Sizes run from small to XXL and there are four available colors.
Finally in the center is the Trucker Mesh Hat… er, a “lid.” I dig trucker lids. Sizes available for adults and kids.
Best of luck to Player2. May your birdies, and your sales be plentiful.
On a recent HOG World Tour excursion I got the chance to stop by Las Vegas Paiute and capture a few aerial shots. It was cold and windy and lighting was fleeting, but there were a couple of times the lighting cooperated.
I didn’t get a chance to play. I’d love to get back there and play the three courses, and spend more time with proper lighting and planning to capture more images. It’s great spot.