Off to the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino next weekend for the Ultimate Fantasy Weekend

Bullz-Eye is heading to Palm Springs next weekend for the “Ultimate Fantasy Weekend” that will be hosted by the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino and presented by PlayerXT. It’s two days of bikini contests, the National Bikini Pillow Fighting Championships, a golf tournament and more that will be attended by 30 models, 4 Playmates and a handful of NFL stars. We expect to get some great photos and model shoots from the event so we’ll keep you posted!

The Ultimate Fantasy Weekend festivities at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino kick off on Friday, May 21st at 7:00p.m. at the Fantasy Springs pool deck. The bikini pageant and competition gets underway just after 7:00p.m., followed by the National Bikini Pillow Fighting Championships. For this, two bikini-clad models stand on floating rafts facing each other in the Fantasy Springs pool. Armed with oversized pillows, the women try to knock the other off her raft. The winners of the bikini contest and the Pillow Fighting Championships are crowned Saturday evening at 7:30p.m. during the awards party. Thirty models who have graced the pages of national magazines, as well as four Playmates (Shallan Meiers, Stacy Fuson, Stephanie Heinrich and Tyran Richard), will be on hand for the weekend’s events. NFL players Shaun Phillips, Stephen Cooper and Larry English from the San Diego Chargers, and newly acquired Denver Bronco Akin Ayodele add to the Ultimate Fantasy Weekend’s star power.

We were happy to be invited by our friends at PlayerXT to attend the event, and we expect to get some great photos and model shoots from the event so we’ll keep you posted! We’ll also put together a full review of the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, from the luxury accommodations to the casino and the golf course.

  

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Get your golf groove back

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Spring is definitely in the air, as March Madness has just produced another Duke championship, and the Red Sox and Yankees kicked off the baseball season on Opening Day. It’s even warm now in C-Town after the nasty snowstorm from last week.

Now we have The Masters this week, with Tiger Woods trying to get back his mojo on the most famous golf course in the world. We now know that he previously had an incredible advantage, as he was able to use his babe posse to ensure he never let any sexual frustration or pent up sexual energy impede his game. Can he still perform at peak levels without this constant release? It has to be more difficult now that he isn’t getting any. Not only that, the whole world knows about it and will be reminding him of it for years to come. This week we’ll see just how good he really is.

While watching Tiger and the other golf pros this weekend, you’re bound to get the itch to get back out there yourself. Most of you avid golfers are way ahead of us on this. With that in mind, think about ways you can take your game to the next level this year.

Naturally, much of your focus will be on your swing and whether you can improve your game by upgrading your gear, but spend some time thinking about your own fitness and how that might impact your game. Sure, this isn’t basketball, and you can still do well in this game with your usual beer intake and your growing pot belly, but improving your general fitness, your strength and your flexibility can give you an edge.

Our Fitness Editor, Mike Furci, has two articles in the archives that you should check out as you approach the new golf season. His first article covers the importance of strength training for golfers, particularly exercises that strengthen your lower back. Here’s what Mike said in 2000, well before Tiger sculpted his body and took his game to the next level.

Many golfers I talk with think that injuries like low back pain and shoulder problems are just a part of the game. What if I told you that a strength and conditioning program can cure most of these ailments, and can dramatically improve the risk of experiencing future problems? In addition, a proper program can dramatically improve your game. Many pros, including Nancy Lopez will tell you that their strength and conditioning programs helped their game, and it also saved their careers.

Many top professionals are seeing the benefits of getting into, and staying in top physical condition. Professional golfers are finally looking at themselves for what they are…athletes. That’s right, golfers are athletes. To be successful in what many consider to be a game of frustration and skill, one need’s strength, endurance, balance, coordination, finesse, and timing. These aspects of the game cannot be found in a pro shop. Most people focus on the latest ball or most expensive club to be competitive. They do not look toward their bodies for the answer. These same people with the finest equipment money can buy, can’t walk up a flight of stairs without gasping for air.

Mike followed up that article with another that took a closer look at ways you can prevent golf injuries.

So, if you’re happy with your scores, keep guzzling that beer and inhaling those hot dogs. But, if you want to improve your game, and also look a little better in your new golf clothes, forget about the expensive golf clubs and get your ass in shape!