CALL US: 866.805.5253
social icons facebook headersocial icons instagram header

hc logo header

Harbor Club Blog

Our latest news and updates.

Coronavirus: How to Swim Safely This Summer

Coronavirus: How to Swim Safely This Summer

When you think of summer, do you think of swimming? We certainly do. Everyone loves to take a dip in the pool or Lake Oconee. Jumping in the water is always a refreshing way to cool off and get a bit of exercise. But, is it safe to swim during a pandemic? It can be. Here's what you need to know:

Continue reading
1570 Hits
0 Comments

Tips for Sticking to Healthy Resolutions

Tips for Sticking to Healthy Resolutions

Are you struggling to stick to your New Year's health and fitness resolutions? You're not the only one. According to U.S. News & World Report, the failure rate for all New Year's resolutions is around 80 percent. It doesn't have to be that way, especially here at Harbor Club. Here are helpful tips on how to finally stick to your healthy resolutions once and for all.

Continue reading
2114 Hits
0 Comments

Junior Golf: Why Kids Should Play

Junior Golf: Why Kids Should Play

How many kids do you know that play golf? Of those, we're willing to bet that those junior golfers are some of the most impressive, well-rounded young adults you know. We also believe that playing the game has something to do with their success and achievements. You may have already read our previous post about the benefits of junior golf, but here are a few more reasons why kids should play.

Continue reading
3292 Hits
0 Comments

Gardening: Like Going to the Gym but Better

Gardening: Like Going to the Gym but Better

 

Our good friends at Southern Living magazine recently published an article titled, "A New Study Says Gardening Is Just as Good As Going to the Gym." As attention-grabbing as that is, we think it's possible that gardening could be even better than a gym workout. How? As much as we love our gym workouts, there are several unique health benefits that gardening offers.

Continue reading
2557 Hits
0 Comments

Bent Trees: Native American Trail Markers

Bent Trees: Native American Trail Markers

If you've ever seen an oddly bent tree in our local woods, you may have happened upon a trail tree. These special trees are unique. Created by Native Americans as navigational tools, they represent ancient trail markers that helped them traverse long distances with ease. 

Continue reading
11915 Hits
0 Comments

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR BLOG


©2020 Harbor Club
1111 Polo Circle
Greensboro, Georgia 30642
Phone: 866.805.5253

©2020 Harbor Club · 1111 Polo Circle · Greensboro, Georgia 30642 · Phone: 866.805.5253