Hidden gems in NW Pennsylvania, Luggage Club eases the hassle of golf travel, 'Yoga for Golfers' author Katherine Roberts
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Northwest Pennsylvania may not sound like a white-hot golf destination but it has some hidden gems. Podcast host Dave Berner talks TravelGolf.com blogger Ron Montesano, who just took a trip to the area, about the cluster of great, inexpensive golf courses there.
“It’s not going to be what you find at a resort, where the courses are manicured. But truth be told, I prefer that,” Montesano says. “I love to have a little natural bounce. It certainly made for a wonderful golf experience.”
Traveling with golf clubs can be a huge hassle. The Luggage Club, a goods delivery service, will be your caddie.
“We are a door-to-door luggage, sports equipment and goods delivery service,” says CEO Gene Langenecker. “What we do is literally pick up the customer’s golf clubs, for example, right at their location of choice, and we ship it to the final destination. We completely take the luggage process away from the airlines.”
Plus, practicing yoga to improve your golf game is no gimmick. Both amateurs and tour players alike are swearing by the benefits of yoga.
“Everything you need to play golf well is an integral part of the practice of yoga,” says Katherine Roberts, author of Yoga for Golfers. “What we want to do is help golfers play better, and play longer and play injury free. And based on that, they’re going to have more enjoyment in the game.”
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