as mentioned in So it stands to reason when Winter Storm Stella sent New Yorkers scrambling indoors Monday night, the “Fore Play” golf team at Barstool Sports decided to join the two forces by teeing it up in deserted Times Square.
There’s a strong parallel between Times Square and golf.
We know the USGA just released proposed revisions to the Rules of Golf, but pretty sure a tennis ball and trash can are pushing the limitations of “winter rules.”
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Yet, in those rare instances when the course or streets of Midtown Manhattan are empty, the world feels like a magical place.
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Fox News announced Wednesday that it will debut a one-hour weekly political talk show about the rise of populism and hosted by former David Cameron adviser Steve Hilton.
“The Next Revolution with Steve Hilton” will “primarily focus on the populist movement and its impact throughout America and the world,” Fox News said in a press release.
The timing of the show is notable as it follows the election of Donald Trump, whose rhetoric during the campaign often had populist elements, challenging the status quo of the Republican establishment.
“The episodes will take an in-depth look at global news and feature a rotating panel of political experts who will discuss and debate the most prominent stories of the week.”
according to The NCHSAA does not count Gesell’s work at a community college, only tallying his one course at Page.
And for his diligent academic work, the North Carolina High School Athletic Association — in its infinite wisdom — has ruled Gesell ineligible for the Page golf team, according to Greensboro’s FOX 8 News.
“I was looking forward to playing on our team this year,” Gesell said to FOX 8.
Though he remains an active Page student, he’s also taking classes at a nearby community college to fill his schedule.
Here’s hoping the NCHSAA takes a second look at Gesell’s plight and utilizes common sense.
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