How Scottsdale-based Massage Envy is changing the PGA Tour
The days of trunk-to-tee are long gone.
On the PGA Tour, which makes its stop at TPC Scottsdale this week for the Waste Management Phoenix Open, there is a new status quo in athletic fitness and injury prevention. Players no longer grab their clubs and hit the driving range right away - and they're likely better off for it.
For PGA Tour players who take advantage of the Massage Envy Player Performance Center, they say there is a clear advantage on the grass.
Massage Envy, a Scottsdale-based company, has been a mainstay on the PGA Tour since last summer and several players are already firm... read more
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