Today however a number of players commented that some of the areas around the greens were a little ‘scruffy’ and threadbare. As it was our first ‘Major’ of the year we did not go straight back to the Lo Crispin Tavern as usual, but many of us gathered there in the evening, where the prize presentations were followed by a meal, prepared by the always friendly and accommodating staff. Due to the fact of it being the first ‘Major’ of the season we did not award separate Gold and Silver division prizes. The winner of the Claret Jug was : Dirk Ameel (one of our Belgian members) with 26 pts. off 12. In second place was Mike Cutts with 25 pts off 19 (on count back), followed by another of our Belgian members Dicky Claeys, who also happens to the Treasurer, also with 25 pts. off 9. NTP’s on Par 3’s: Hole 3 – Steve Harrington, Hole 6 – nobody managed to reach the green or stay on it. Hole 12 – Alan Hunt, Hole 17 – John Henderson. The 2’s pot was shared by Alan Hunt and Mike Cutts.
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Acupuncturists and their proponents are "exploiting the opioid crisis to try to promote acupuncture as an alternative treatment," he said. "But promoting a treatment that doesn't work is not going to help the crisis." Acupuncture has been practiced in China for thousands of years, and customarily involves inserting thin metal needles into specific points in the ears or other parts the body. Practitioners say needles applied at just the right spots can restore the flow of a mystical energy -- called "qi" (pronounced CHEE) -- through the body, and that can spur natural healing and pain relief. In government surveys, 1 in 67 U.S. adults say they get acupuncture every year, up from 1 in 91 a decade earlier. That growth has taken place even though most patients pay for it themselves: 2012 figures show only a quarter of adults getting acupuncture had insurance covering the cost. The largest federal government insurance program, Medicare, does not pay for acupuncture. Tricare, the insurance program for active duty and retired military personnel and their families, does not pay for it either. But VA facilities offer it, charging no more than a copay. Jeff Harris signed up for acupuncture two years ago.
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