Washington, DC (PRWEB) March 19, 2014
Fred Funk--sponsored by NOXICARETM, a Truceuticals, LLC® natural pain reliever--shot a four under par 67 on the third and final round of the Toshiba Classic on Sunday, according to the PGA Champions Tour. The strong showing earned him a twelfth place finish and a $34,562.50 purse in the annual senior event.
Fred Couples won the tournament with a birdie performance on the last two holes earning him top prize at the $1,700,000 competition.
Colin Montgomerie, Bernard Langer and Steve Pate were all tied for second place at 14 under par. Montgomerie fired a bogey-free final round 62 that included nine birdies to get into contention.
After eight career PGA tournament wins, Funk hopes to stay on the Champions Tour for golfers age 50 and older for at least another decade—that despite bouts of pain in his wrists and shoulders. When that happens, Funk tees up NOXICARE™ to keep his strokes on the money. It’s a natural pain fighter containing seven, anti-inflammatory ingredients.
“Over the years, I’ve used a number of treatments to reduce the hurt that inevitably comes with punishing exertion. Since I started using NOXICARE™, I don’t need prescription painkillers that can be dangerous and addicting,” says Funk.
The Champions Tour competition was staged at The Newport Beach Country Club in Newport Beach, California.
“It was exciting to play against some of the greatest names in golf who are still on top of their game even though they’re beyond age 50,” said Funk, who at age 57 has been playing competitively for more than thirty years.
“We salute Fred for his continuing achievement in one of the world’s most demanding sports, and we’re very proud that NOXICARE™ helps him play without pain,” says Reza Ghorbani, MD, ABIPP, FIPP.
Doctor Ghorbani created NOXICARE™ and is the president and medical director of the Advanced Pain Medicine Institute of Greater Washington, DC. He is also founder and CEO of TRUCEUTICALS, LLC®, which markets NOXICARE™. In addition, he is the author of “Secrets to a Pain Free Life.”