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Despite Accounts of Tiger’s Fines for a Few Four-Letter Words, His Words Are a Mere Whisper Compared to a Profane PGA Star of YesteryearRead More
People say Tiger Woods is golf’s fiercest competitor, but such talk would just make Lloyd Mangrum laugh. You see, Mangrum was, is, and likely always will be golf’s toughest tough guy. Tiger stares down 3-foot putts; Mangrum stared down death.
Contemporaries called Mangrum “Mr. Icicle” for his cool confidence under pressure, and for his frosty personality. So quiet as to appear condescending, Mangrum showed little emotion. Other golfers respected his ability and feared his temper.Read More
Tiger Woods Curls 10 Lbs. Using Just His Pinky. Muscle Means Winning on the PGA & LPGA Tours.
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Electrolyte Depletion and Replenishment
Electrolyte expenditure varies between individuals. Your specific electrolyte requirements will not only differ from your playing partners, but can also change depending on your fitness level, acclimatization level, climate and the rigors of the course. In addition, electrolyte needs can vary several hundred percent depending on heat levels, as opposed to caloric intake which typically fluctuates by only 25-50% and fluid intake which fluctuates by only 20-30%.