Golf and air cooling

People often say that golf is a rich man’s athletic interest. That may have been the case back in the fifties as well as earlier, but nowadays it’s a fairly easy athletic interest to get into! Joining a country club, however… that can be a bit pricey. There’s a lot of perks that come with such a membership though – from the heavily reduced green fees for playing a round of golf, to the priority in setting tee times. Those are great, don’t get me wrong – but the main reason I adore having a membership to the country club in town is for the clubhouse experience. Let me just explain something here: if you’ve never tried to play through a four-hour round of golf on a hot summer time day in June, you’re lucky! It’s taxing to stay focused on the game when you’re entirely drenched in sweat, desperately trying to keep your grip on a club. That’s why I adore going to the clubhouse after every single game, as this little resting area has an incredibly powerful air conditioner device running at all times! I think the clubhouse uses a central A/C device, but I have never been inside that clubhouse as well as remained hot as well as sweaty for very long… Aside from the high-powered A/C device, the clubhouse uses excellent ventilation to circulate the air, keeping all the pollen, dirt as well as other debris outdoors where it needs to be. The best thing of all is the dehumidifier, which ensures that the air inside the clubhouse remains perfectly dry, cool as well as crisp! I think it may sound like a spoiled man’s paradise, but the excellent indoor air quality of that clubhouse makes the extravagant membership fees worthwhile.

air conditioner system