No matter whether your ball is up against the lip, on a downhill slope, or resting in the middle, make these simple adjustments and you'll have a fighting chance at getting out and saving a shot or two.
NJ gives $1.6 million in college aid to unauthorized immigrants
The law signed by Gov. Phil Murphy last May makes unauthorized immigrant students eligible for the same programs as citizens who meet income eligibility thresholds.
BAR: Nickname or alias? How Scooter Gennett became Scooter
Ryan Gennett introduces himself as such, but for 20-plus years, he's been Scooter.
Garden Column: Things to plant and what to do in your landscape in June
June marks the beginning of hurricane season for the Sunshine State, so make it a point to get out and tidy up the landscape in preparation.Remove or have
Stripe Your Fairway Woods
Of all the shots higher-handicap students try to hit, a fairway wood off the ground is among the ones they seem to struggle with the most.
How you can fight blight in Reno right now
How Reno residents can take the blight fight into their own hands
Public meeting: Proposed development at 3342 Fifth Ave
Hear from Walnut Capital about preliminary plans for a new office building at Fifth Avenue and Halket Street. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (412) 621-7863 ext. 23 for more information.
UNA's second annual robotics competition "Mission to Mars"
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How Libraries Are Becoming Modern Makerspaces
They’ve long served as communal gathering spots, but these civic institutions are becoming gateways to technological tinkering.
Water and Sewer Offices Closed: August 20
The Greeley Water and Sewer Department office will be closed on Monday, August 20 as it moves into a new location.