Many golfers have developed a certain level of ball striking proficiency. However, they do not reach their full scoring abilities due to a lack of course management. Here we will focus on how to shoot in the 70's through better course management.Course management is an aspect of golf instruction that is often overlooked. However, to shoot in the 70's good course management is critical. In the course of a round the decisions you make can cost you 5 strokes or more. Anyone who is trying to shoot in the 70's knows this is true because bad decisions have already cost them good rounds.The first thing that all good course managers do is play the easiest shot possible. That means off the tee play a shot that will get you in play on the hole. If you always fade the ball then play the fade. Don't try and shape a draw on a dogleg left. Play the fade. If necessary play a 3-wood or hybrid off the tee. The only important thing is that you are in play off the tee. Think about it. If you are in play … [Read more...] about How to Shoot in the 70’s Through Better Course Management
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70's fancy dress has been revitalised by the release of the film Mamma mia starring Meryl Streep. It took the world by storm. Mamma Mia exploded onto our cinema screens in July 2008 and was an unexpected hit. The film regenerated the 70s craze for Lycra, sparkles and platform shoes. A succession of 70s fancy dress parties and evenings were hosted in local pubs and clubs.Men and women's costumes are bold and glitzy. Costumes range from plain cotton dungarees to vivid blue and silver Lycra hugging pant suits. Open shirts for the men and wide bell bottoms for the women. Ladies can wear outrageous eye make up in colours to match their outfits, greens, electric blues and silvery whites look fantastic.You'll find inspiration for 70s fancy dress outfits at any of the websites dedicated to Abba and Mamma Mia. They make excellent resources for all Abba information. You can sift through images of original Abba clothing and Mamma Mia costumes. … [Read more...] about 70’s Fancy Dress Ideas – Mamma Mia
Beijing (CNN)China's hugely successful period dramas could be facing increased scrutiny from the Communist Party and its ever-widening dragnet of cultural censorship. In the spotlight is "Story of Yanxi Palace," an epic 70-episode series about a maid's rise to power in the court of the Qianlong Emperor, who ruled China between 1735 and 1796. To call the show a smash hit is an understatement. More than half a billion Chinese viewers watched it online in a single day last August, with the series streamed more than 15 billion times in total. It was also a rare success for the country's culture machine overseas, becoming the most Googled TV show on the planet in 2018 -- a remarkable feat considering Google is blocked in China, meaning the achievement was almost entirely the product of foreign interest. An editorial in a state-run paper accused the showed of being 'incompatible' with socialist values. But despite its success -- and months after it broke all viewing records on … [Read more...] about Will China’s hit period drama ‘Yanxi Palace’ face censorship?
Graceful ballerinas in their 70s are hitting the barre in a new trend which is proving it's never tutu late to start dancing. Almost 20 'Silver Swans' between the ages of 59 and 78 years take part in ballet lessons in Navan, Co Meath and are gearing up to perform the classic Carmen in concert in the coming months. The classes at Butterfly Studios are specifically designed for the over 55s by the Royal Academy of Dance and help to curb memory loss and improve balance. Grace Dorey (78) and Anne Price (67) were both delighted to return to ballet again after some 60 years since they last went to classes as children. The septuagenarian returned to ballet classes at Butterfly Studios as a way of exercising after she underwent a coronary bypass last year. Formerly from Devon in the UK, the former Professor of Physiotherapy moved to Ireland two years ago to live with her partner. "I did ballet up to grade five as a child but had to give it up because my parents wanted me to study for my O … [Read more...] about Ballerinas in their 70s are hitting the barre
I have read that the 1970's were a pivotal decade, sending American culture in a new direction. The decade started with the "Smiley Face" stickers and bubblegum music, and took off from there, in several different directions. Here are some of my favorite hits from that decade:1) "Popcorn"-This song was music played on the Moog Synthesizer, an instrument that became popular in the late "60's. It was composed by Gershon Kingsley and first released in 1969, although it was the band "Hot Butter" that really made it a hit in 1972. "Hot Butter" was mostly just Stan Free playing the synthesizer. I loved it because it really does sound like popcorn; it's catchy and fun.2) "The Lion Sleeps Tonight"-This was originally a South African Zulu folk song, and was made a hit in the U.S. by the Tokens in 1961. It was remade in 1972 by Robert John, which is the version I liked best. It was actually a big hit in South Africa when it was recorded by Solomon Linda in 1939, who had written it … [Read more...] about Music From The 70’s – An Informal Reveiw Of Some Of My Favorites