Ladies Golf News 12th Oct, 2020 by ukclubgolfer.co.uk
Picardin, a new molecule, derived from black pepper, will give up to eight hours of protection against midges, mosquitoes and ticks. Hungry, blood-seeking insects can ruin a day on the golf course, with attacks during those critical shots doing your handicap no favours. This can be on the banks of Loch Lomond, where biting midges can reach plague proportions during the summer months, or on the balmy Spanish courses, where mosquitoes are the main biting culprit.
Smidge is a moisturising, pleasant-smelling lotion that is also waterproof, so perfect for rainy days in the Scottish Highlands or a humid day on the continent. It’s important you are ready to repel the midges wherever you may be.
More information on Smidge can be found at smidgeup.com, where you can also find a helpful midge forecast for visits to Scotland’s courses.