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Golden Ocala Golf & Equestrian Club provides members with ample opportunities to participate in sport activities. If your passion is golf, equestrian, tennis, swimming or fitness it’s easy to stay informed through the Golden Ocala blog.

Membership Referral Benefits at Golden Ocala

Membership Referral Benefits at Golden Ocala

24 August 18   |   Clubhouse   |  

  Limited-Time Trial Membership We’d like to think Golden Ocala Golf & Equestrian Club speaks for itself, especially in terms of championship golf and tennis, a world-class equestrian center, luxury living, and magnificent amenities. But as with anything, there is a decision-making process that is directly associated with membership. So, as the final quarter of . . .

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Boxing as a Multipurpose Sport

Boxing as a Multipurpose Sport

26 April 18   |   Fitness   |  

Boxing: Development of the ‘Eye of the Tiger’  Boxing is a multipurpose sport, encompassing fitness, self-esteem, self-defense and mental health enhancement/repair. You’ve seen this in movies like “Rocky,” “Million Dollar Baby,” “Cinderella Man,” “Ali” and “The Champ.” But at Golden Ocala Golf & Equestrian Club, members get to carry on the dreams of the famous . . .

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Fitness-Centric Resolutions

Fitness-Centric Resolutions

09 March 18   |   Fitness   |  

The Truth About Fitness-Centric New Year’s Resolutions When January 1st rolls around on any given year, people often hit the gym — climbing stairs, running on treadmills and peddling bikes like they their lives depend on it. But then, February comes and goes, and like magic, the gym significantly empties out and diet dreams die. . . .

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How to Prepare for a Tennis Match

How to Prepare for a Tennis Match

14 December 17   |   Fitness   |  

  Have you met your match? Tips for training like a professional Even professionals can be outplayed if not fully prepared…just ask Roger Federer. His exit from the U.S. Open was blamed on troubled preparations due to his lack of focus on training.  Many matches are won or lost even before you step on the . . .

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