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The time of day effect our performance

Posted: Sun Jul 03, 2011 11:31 pm
by outman007
The time of day effect our performance

Additional early-morning trains from St Pancras will ensure that spectators can get to the course in time to watch the first groups tee-off. Titleist 2010 IronSupplementary trains on the mainline service, early in the morning, will run from Charing Cross and Victoria. TaylorMade Burner SuperFastThe time of day we play golf can seriously effect our performance, according to sleep experts. Though playing the 'dawn patrol' may be more convenient,TaylorMade R7 Fairway Woodit's more likely to deliver more bogeys than birdies, while a late afternoon tee time is more productive for better scoring. Ping K15
According Dr. Charles Czeisler, the director of the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School there are benefits to being an early bird but they pale compared to driving off into the setting sun. Ping G15
From a circadian rhythm standpoint, 6:30 in the morning is the worst possible time to play golf,” he told the New York Times. “It would be the absolute nadir of performance preparedness.