5 Travel Tips for Women Golfers
By Blair Howard, About.com Guide
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Dealing With Jet Lag
Dealing With Jet Lag: This, at least for me, can be a real problem. Golf outings rarely last for more than a few days and I find this compounds the problem: rarely do I stay in one time zone long enough to become acclimatized, so to speak. Personally I find it easier to with when traveling from east to west - backward in time. I NEVER reset my watch. I go to bed early and get up early. Unfortunately. When I’m traveling with a group of golf writers, this is not often practical – most writers are party animals and we inhabit the local bar until the wee hours of the local morning: not a good idea. When traveling eastward to Europe, the opposite seems to work: I go to bed and rise late, at least I do when tee times allow it. The tip is to try to stay in your own local time zone as much as you can.