By Dr Evan Vieira
May 20, 2019
Category: Foot Tips
Tags: PGA Tour  

                                   

The PGA tour is in town! The PGA Championship is being played at Bethpage’s beautiful black course.

The black is long and Full of steep hills and rough terrain.  On a recent visit there myself, I was shocked at how much of a beating my feet took walking the course. These simple tips can help keep you up and going.

Wear supportive comfortable shoes, ones you are familiar with and have walked distance in before.  Make sure to wear a thick cotton sock and consider bringing a change as the court can get wet.

Prior to starting, give your feet ankles and calves a good thorough stretch. And be sure to periodically stretch out in the course of the day.  Drink plenty of water, and avoid sugary drinks.

It’s a beautiful weekend for golf, enjoy the tournament and while you’re in town come to visit us at Advance Podiatry.

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