Allegra is honored to be the official allergy medicine of the PGA TOUR. If you attend a PGA TOUR event, be sure to look for our Allegra tent for information on ways to treat your seasonal allergy symptoms. Click here for PGA TOUR events where you can find the Allegra tent.

Golfing with seasonal allergies If you have seasonal allergies and you play golf, you probably already know that sometimes the two don't mix. Trees, grasses and plants on the course can cause your allergy symptoms to flare up, leading to the following symptoms:

• Watering eyes • Runny nose

• Sneezing • Tickling throat

• Itching skin

But if you're a devoted golfer, you won't let seasonal allergies come between you and the sport you love.

Here's what you should do if you have an allergic reaction on the golf course: • Move away from the source of the allergy. If you're reacting to pollen move to an enclosed area, such as a clubhouse. • Wear a pair of sunglasses or a hat to reduce strain on your eyes. • Wash the pollen away from your face with cool water. • Place a cool compress over your eyes.

If you take Allegra, be sure to take your medication as directed. If you know you'll be golfing, it's probably a good idea to take your Allegra® (fexofenadine HCl) as directed before you hit the links. You may also want to keep some Allegra with you - in your golf bag - in case you've forgotten to take it before hitting the links and your allergy symptoms act up!

It's time to work on your game! First step: Find golf courses near you - and check on local conditions and related information. Click here.

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