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Golf Vacations - - Chip Shots - by Ter­ryRoss

And just re­cently Im­pe­rial an­nounced that is has also made its best-selling styles avail­able to con­sumers di­rectly on-line, in­clud­ing themed col­lec­tions with icon lo­gos.

For more in­for­ma­tion on the new Cool­core caps by Im­pe­rial head­wear, visit www. im­pe­ri­al­sports.com

As sum­mer is golf sea­son, it is also the sea­son to be ex­tra care­ful about long hours in the sun. One of the most unique prod­ucts we have seen to guard against ex­treme sun ex­po­sure are the new YouVees Sun­screen Swipes by Ad­ven­turess that are not only ef­fi­cient for the golf course, but also pre­vent your hands from get­ting greasy and are so small you can even put them in your pocket.

The in­di­vid­ual swipes are in­di­vid­u­ally wrapped pads with just the right dosage of mois­tur­iz­ing sun­screen packed in a sealed fin­ger pocket to en­sure a clean ap­pli­ca­tion and can be used for re-ap­pli­ca­tion dur­ing the round.

These sun­screen swipes are packed 24 to a box and you can put one or as many as you like in your golf bag. YouVee’s sun­screen SPF 30 sun­screen swipes are de­signed to stay on the skin and main­tain ef­fec­tive­ness while un­der ex­po­sure to en­vi­ron­men­tal el­e­ments--in­clud­ing wa­ter. This sun­screen uses the syn­er­gis­tic UV screen­ing prop­er­ties of Ti­ta­nium Diox­ide and Octi­nox­ate to help pre­vent sun­burn, along with wa­ter re­sis­tant sil­i­cone oils to help main­tain a solid hy­dropho­bic bar­rier, while Aloe and a blend of nour­ish­ing oils help mois­tur­ize and in­vig­o­rate the skin.

To use the swipes sim­ply place fin­gers in the swipe pocket, peel back la­bel and ap­ply swipe to skin and reap­ply ev­ery 2 hours. The sun­screen is 90% nat­u­rally de­rived in­gre­di­ents to leave your skin with a clean, vel­vety feel, of­fers UVA/UVB pro­tec­tion and the car­bo­hy­drate com­plex helps pre­vent ir­ri­ta­tion and in­flam­ma­tion due to en­vi­ron­men­tal ir­ri­tants. It is de­signed for all skin types, in­clud­ing sen­si­tive or Rosacea-prone skin and is fra­grance, oxy­ben­zone and paraben free.

For more in­for­ma­tion about Sun­screen Swipes visit: www.goad­ven­turess.com

For any­one look­ing to keep track of their golf rounds and sta­tis­tics, a new free app for those that have an IPhone makes it fun and easy—and also pro­vides lo­cal course in­for­ma­tion and di­rec­tions.

Ar­tigo So­lu­tions has re­leased its new and free “Global Golf Guide & Log­book” app on the iTunes App Store. De­vel­oped by award­win­ning au­thor Yves C. Ton-That--who wrote the best-selling golf book “Golf Rules Quick Ref­er­ence” and cre­ated the pop­u­lar “iGol­frules” app that’s of­fi­cially rec­om­mended by Ap­ple--this app was two years in the mak­ing. Golfers can easily and quickly find the best cour­ses in their area. They can also rate cour­ses and save course in­for­ma­tion within the app.

The “Golf Guide & Log­book” app cov­ers two key re­quire­ments of golfers: it doc­u­ments the rounds played and helps with choos­ing cour­ses for fu­ture rounds.

By hav­ing all of this data on an IPhone, users al­ways have their per­sonal log­book with them at all times. They can also rate cour­ses they’ve played and, thanks to the pool of rat­ings, they know which cour­ses are worth play­ing. All of this can be shared with friends.

The “Golf Guide” por­tion of the app con­tains ev­ery golf course in the world and gives users all the in­for­ma­tion they need, such as con­tact data, route plan­ner, rat­ings and more. The guide is based on a spe­cially de­vel­oped global data­base that’s main­tained and ex­panded on a daily ba­sis. With the Log­book por­tion of the app, users can en­ter their rounds in their per­sonal log­book. They can add a wide va­ri­ety of ad­di­tional in­for­ma­tion to the en­tries, such as play­ing part­ners, event, re­sults, rat­ing, photos, score­card and more.

How much in­for­ma­tion is stored is de­cided by each in­di­vid­ual user who can then dis­play their golf­ing history chrono­log­i­cally or on a map, and sort en­tries by rat­ing, fre­quency, coun­tries, play­ing part­ners, etc. They can also share rounds they’ve played with friends via email, Twit­ter or Face­book.

“Golf Guide & Log­book” is avail­able for down­load from the iTunes App Store free of charge.

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