We back, boys. Mark your calendars and hit the range; the big-hitting LemonDrop Long Drive returns on April 1, 2023 to the TeeHouse Complex. Hop into the men’s, women’s, or junior divisions in the contest, or be like us and show for the local spread, including healthy bites from Pulse Fitness and a live Omakase [

Please come and support our mission to give back to cancer patients and their families. Raising awareness for early detection of Testicular Cancer #LDLD2023 #letsgo

Nate Gautier

It’s a surreal moment every time I get to share this message. After my first six-month scans post-chemo, I hugged my wife in the parking lot and cried, “It’s just so scary.” Her reply: “Aww, I know, babe. It’s okay. I love you.” This go around was different. It’s amazing how God works. When I […]

Lemon Drops are used to help cancer patients who are going through chemotherapy. The acidity of the lemon drop can soothe the patient’s stomach when nauseous. The synergy of the round Lemon Drop and the type of cancer (TC) motivated us to use lemon drops as our signature item. Hence the LemonDrop Long Drive was [&helli

Ever wondered how LemonDrop Longdrive got its name? It’s no secret that cancer treatments are tough on the body. Did you know a common side effect many patients experience during chemo and radiation is dry mouth? Studies have shown that sucking on lemon drops helps to stimulate salivary glands and provide some relief. Who knew?

Nate Gautier

The light purple represents the Testicular Cancer ribbon. Save the balls by grabbing a comfy tee here. Purple is commonly used to represent testicular cancer awareness because it is the official color designated by the Testicular Cancer Awareness Foundation and other organizations dedicated to raising awareness about this di