Golf and Land

Why A Golf Course Would Need A Booster Pump

Booster pump is a kind of equipment designed to even out the water pressure in situations where the flow of water greatly varied. This pump is a necessity for water management systems and in wide range of applications both in private and public settings. The booster pump is installed to where the water supply and the structure are connected.
Jan 14, 2015 |

Focus Your Golf Mind on Your Target Not the Hazard For Better Golf Scores

One thing I've learned from golf psychology is how my unconscious mind automatically follows where my conscious mind leads. Have you ever noticed that if one of your playing partners warns you about a particularly difficult bunker or some hidden golf hazard on a hole, your ball seems to be mysteriously drawn to that hazard? And it doesn't matter...
Jan 14, 2015 |

TaylorMade JetSpeed Fairway Wood

The TaylorMade JetSpeed fairway wood is constructed with an ultra-high strength JetSteel and the low-profile, shallow head design allows for easy launch for outstanding playability. The new cut-through, open channel Speed Pocket design flexes with more efficiency and allows for a forward, low center of gravity, resulting in lower spin and increased...
Jun 18, 2015 |

Titleist Pro V1 Logo Overrun Golf Balls Dozen

The Titleist Pro V1 has been professionally tried and tested on every major tour in the world nad the Pro V1 Logo Overruns are the brand new, Titleist and true, just with various corporate logo's imprinted.
Jun 11, 2015 |

Cleveland Limited Edition 588 RTX 2.0 U.S. Open Wedge

As the game evolves to a more distance-centric playing style, players are finding themselves facing an increasing number of scoring opportunities from 125 yards and in. As it is, 65% of all golf shots take place from this distance, and that number is only expected to rise. This evolution in the game demands an evolution in the wedge game, as well.
Jun 11, 2015 |

Trump visits UN: As a global leader, can the US do more with less?

President Trump has already shaken the post-World War II global order by pulling the United States out of American-led international pacts like the Paris Climate Accords and the Trans-Pacific... Read More

Apple thinks different – and the same – about the ‘town square’

Ten years after Apple made the smartphone “cool,” it wants to turn its retail stores into something warm. It announced last week that the nearly 500 Apple Stores will no longer really be stores... Read More

In South Sudan's capital, a bridge – and a nation – on hold

South Sudan’s largest city needed a new bridge, and a Japanese aid agency was going to build one. “The way the city was growing was unbelievable,” says Justin Tata, the head of the department of... Read More