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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.

Keeping It Professional On the Green

Keeping It Professional On the Green

10 July 17   |  Golf  |  

Golden Ocala Golf & Equestrian Club is an 18-hole championship golf course, designed by Ron Garl, a world-renowned golf course architect. The course offers eight tribute holes, including three from Augusta National, two from St. Andrews in Scotland, one (Postage Stamp hole) from Royal Troon in Scotland, one (number nine) from Muirfield in Scotland, and . . .

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New Pros, Same Luxury Experience

New Pros, Same Luxury Experience

03 May 17   |  Sports  |  

You may notice a few new faces on the tennis courts of Golden Ocala Golf & Equestrian Club. Under the guidance of director Thiroshan “T” Chetty, these new instructors will hit the clay surface. Serving first is Mark Lewis, a USPTA-, USPTR– and Etcheberry Strength and Conditioning-certified tennis professional from San Saba, Texas. He played . . .

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Here Are Helpful Ways to Stay Hydrated at Golden Ocala

Here Are Helpful Ways to Stay Hydrated at Golden O...

16 May 16   |  Sports  |  

By Jeffrey T. Spaeth LMT CPT With the summer fast approaching, it’s very important to stay hydrated. Factors that lead to dehydration are prolonged exposure to high temperatures, time in the direct sun and, you may not be aware of this, but high humidity is also a factor. Outdoor activities such as tennis, golf and . . .

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Thirty-Minute Workout Produces More Weight Loss: Study

Thirty-Minute Workout Produces More Weight Loss: S...

29 April 16   |  Fitness  |  

By Jeffrey T. Spaeth, LMT, CPT A recent study at the University of Copenhagen Denmark has shown that “30 minutes of daily exercise provides as much benefit in terms of weight loss and body mass improvements as sixty minutes.” This study involved 60 overweight men. Half of them worked out for an hour and the . . .

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