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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Top 10 Hardest Holes On The PGA Tour from Auctions 4 Golf

Top 10: Hardest
Holes On The PGA Tour

#1 No. 17 - The Champion Course at PGA National Resort and Spa

#2 No. 18 - TPC Sawgrass Stadium Course

#3 No. 11 - Augusta National Golf Club

#4 No. 10 - Pebble Beach Golf Links

#5 No. 6 - The Champion Course at PGA National Resort And Spa

#6 No. 14 - TPC Southwind

#7 No. 15 - Colonial Country Club

#8 No. 14 - Pebble Beach Golf Links

#9 No. 17 - TPC Sawgrass Stadium Course "Island Green"

#10 No. 18 - Doral Golf Resort & Spa "Blue Monster"

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Basketball Shoe Buying Tips from Victory Shoe Shop

Basketball Shoe Buying Tips

  1. Durability

    1. Whether you're playing on a
      concrete court in a public park, or on the floor of a first class
      gymnasium, your shoes are going to get a work out. Look for quality
      brands and materials that will stand up to all of the up and
      down the court action you're bound to encounter.

  2. Stability Support and Cushioning

    1. Of course, your basketball shoes
      are going to need first class stability, so, look for shoes that
      feature mid-foot, heel and ankle support, as well as a quality
      lacing system. You'll also want to consider a lot of padding
      in the shoe for load distribution and added cushioning. After
      all, countless jump shots can cause quite an impact on your feet.

  3. Breathability

    1. During a game, you're going
      to sweat. Look for basketball shoes with uppers made of leather,
      nylon, mesh, or other breathable material to remain as cool as
      you can.

  4. Style

    1. Half of the fun in buying basketball
      shoes, is in getting a pair that looks great, and makes all your
      buddies jealous.

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Thursday, August 4, 2011

Running Shoe Buying Tips from Victory Shoe Shop

Running Shoe Buying Tips
  1. Shop late in the day -- your
    feet swell during the day.

  2. Measure your foot while standing.
  3. Try on both shoes with the socks
    you will wear.

  4. Buy for your larger foot (feet
    are rarely the same exact size).

  5. Allow a thumbnail's width between
    the shoe and your big toe.

  6. Choose shoes that are comfortable
    immediately. If they hurt in the store, don't buy them.

  7. Look for a moderately priced
    shoe. Price is not necessarily an indication of quality. Research
    has shown that moderately priced running shoes work just as well
    as expensive ones.

  8. Make sure the shoe matches your
    foot type and running style.

  9. Wear new shoes around the house
    before using them on short runs.

  10. Don't do a long run in new shoes.
    Start out with a short run and stop if you have any hot spots,
    which are a warning sign that a blister is on the way.

  11. Consider having an evaluation
    by a doctor, physical therapist, or podiatrist to learn your
    foot type.
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