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20
Nov
2020

The Masters: Danny Willett and Tommy Fleetwood in the hunt after both shoot 66 | Golf News

first_img – Advertisement – 2:03 “I’ve got a spare driver head but it wasn’t as good, so we just thought we took the decision out and didn’t even put it in the bag for the second round.“It’s nice to see everyone 340 out there and we’re hitting three‑wood! But I play quite a lot of three‑wood around here anyway, always have. This place for me has always been a second‑shot golf course, and especially with how receptive some of these smaller tiers are, it kind of made it a little bit easier.“You’re coming in with six‑iron instead of eight‑iron, but your ball is still going to stop on the green, whereas in years gone past, that would have been a real big disadvantage. So yeah, we’re doing it nicely, and I should be in a reasonable position.” 2:21 Tommy Fleetwood claims he is staying patient after shooting a second-round 66 to put himself in contention for a first major title at The Master Danny Willett says it was nice to see his name on the leaderboard after a four-year absence with the 2016 champion is seven-under for the tournament and two off the lead Danny Willett defied a broken driver to surge into contention for a second Masters title along with Tommy Fleetwood on the second day at Augusta National.Willett recovered from a double-bogey at his first hole of the second round to fire a superb 66 and get to seven under, with Fleetwood matching that score to join his compatriot inside the top five.After closing out an opening 71 early on Friday morning, Willett made a poor start back at the 10th when he pulled his drive, pitched out, came up short with his third and needed three more to get down. Tommy Fleetwood claims he is staying patient after shooting a second-round 66 to put himself in contention for a first major title at The Master “We had a quick turnaround, hit 10, 15 balls, just working on something. Then I actually had a good score going, but I wasn’t playing great. Granted, I was putting really well, surviving a little bit.“And then it was funny really, as soon as I made the turn, I just kept on playing and stuff, but then it seemed like I had a chance and actually played really, really well for that back nine.“Again, to finish the round with a birdie, it just puts a nice little different, positive spin on it.” – Advertisement – The Masters – Live November 14, 2020, 12:30pmLive on Get Sky Sports Golf for just £10 a month All four days of The Masters exclusively live. Get our £10 golf offer. Find out more here. But the 2016 champion got both shots back in one hole when he drilled his second to the 13th to six feet and converted the chance for eagle, and he then birdied three of the next four holes before adding further birdies at the second and third.Willett finished in style with another birdie from seven feet at the ninth, and he revealed afterwards he played the entire second round without a driver having cracked the clubface late in his first round.“We cracked the face on the driver this morning, on 17, so we played the second round with a thee‑wood,” he said. “It seemed to work quite well. I played good, dug in after that first hole down 10, and then really kind of got into our stride. – Advertisement – Tommy Fleetwood is alongside Willett on seven under Tommy Fleetwood is alongside Willett on seven under

18
Nov
2020

Three new promotional videos of the Šibenik-Knin County Tourist Board were presented

first_imgFrom the beginning of the year to the end of July, 538.171 arrivals and 3.297 overnight stays were recorded in Šibenik-Knin County, and the data show an increase of 107 percent in arrivals and 17 percent in overnight stays compared to the same period last year.Šibenik with 713.102 overnight stays, which is an increase of two percent, is still the most visited destination in this county, followed by Vodice with 712.905 overnight stays and an increase of 21 percent, Rogoznica with 371.683 overnight stays and an increase of 15 percent compared to the same period 2016. Tourist results are also achieved by destinations in the Šibenik hinterland, such as Skradin, with 24.066 overnight stays, which is 56 percent more than in the first seven months of last year.Record JulyIn July alone, 297.343 tourist arrivals and 2.201.016 overnight stays were realized in the Šibenik-Knin County. That’s an increase of 11 percent in arrivals and nine percent in overnight stays over the same month last year. “Germany is our most loyal emitting market, accounting for a relevant 12,8 percent of the total share of overnight stays and 10,6 percent for arrivals. Namely, in the first seven months, German tourists made 57 arrivals and 150 overnight stays. We are also seeing an increase in other traditional markets – six percent from the Czech Republic, 422 percent from the Polish, four percent from Slovenia, eight percent from Slovakia and 624 percent from Austria, and Austria is the country from which most boaters come.”, Concludes Željan Šikić, director of the Tourist Board of Šibenik-Knin County, and continues that there has been an increase in nautical tourism. “In the first seven months, there were 44 nautical guests in our county, and they realized a total of 980 overnight stays. This is an increase of 276 percent in arrivals and the same amount in overnight stays compared to the same period in 471.”, Points out Zeljana Sikic.VIDEO: THE RHYTHM OF MAGICAL DALMATIA Investments in tourism are key to good resultsThe excellent tourist results in Šibenik-Knin County were influenced by the increase in the quality of accommodation capacities and the construction of new tourist facilities. One of the most significant investments is the luxury tourist complex “Olympia sky” in Vodice, in the construction of which 172 million kuna was invested. The second largest investment in the Šibenik-Knin County is the Šibenik Convention Center within the Solaris Beach Resort, in which about HRK 58 million has been invested.One of the best Croatian small and family hotels – Hotel Borovnik in Tisno has also been renovated, and its owner Dane Slamić has invested 26 million kuna in the renovation, of which 55 percent from own funds and 45 percent from cohesion funds. Goran Pauk, Šibenik-Knin County Prefect, is convinced that positive tourist trends will continue, which – apart from new investments, excellent offers, synergies between the public and private sectors, are also influenced by the fact that it is the only county in Croatia with two protected UNESCO monuments. Cathedral of St. This July, the unique Fortress of St. James joined the Church. Nicholas, one of the best preserved fortifications from the 16th century. “Registration of the fortress of St. Nikola in the UNESCO World Heritage List is a great gain for our county because this magnificent fortress has finally become not only a project of local importance, but also of national interest.”, Concluded the prefect.And the strongest assets of this county from now on you can see in three great promotional films of the Tourist Board of Šibenik-Knin County – The rhythm of magical Dalmatia, The magic of endless summer i We are waiting for you.VIDEO: THE MAGIC OF INFINITE SUMMERVIDEO: WE ARE WAITING FOR YOUlast_img read more

16
Oct
2020

Wolf Administration Announces Workers’ Comp Insurance Rate Cut, Further Lowering Cost of Doing Business in Pennsylvania

first_img Press Release Boyertown, PA –Wolf Administration cabinet secretaries for the Insurance Department and Labor & Industry today announced Pennsylvania businesses will see another cut in workers’ compensation insurance rates while maintaining benefit levels for injured workers.Insurance Commissioner Teresa Miller and Labor & Industry Secretary Kathy Manderino made the announcement at an event at Global Advanced Metals in Boyertown.Workers’ comp insurance rates will drop 6.21 percent, effective April 1, reducing a key expense for many companies and saving Pennsylvania businesses an estimated $150 million this year.“This significant rate cut comes on top of reductions during my administration’s first two years, which improved our state’s standing across the nation for this cost of doing business,” said Governor Wolf. “Today’s reduction will further help business owners create jobs that pay in Pennsylvania and at the same time, maintain fair benefits for workers injured on the job, something that is vital for families’ financial well-being and peace of mind.”Today’s rate cut announcement comes following a national study released last November, showing Pennsylvania improved its standing among states in workers’ comp insurance costs under the Wolf Administration, dropping from 17th highest to 26th highest from 2014 to 2016.  The Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services conducted the study comparing workers’ comp insurance rates for 50 selected employment classes based on methods that put states’ workers’ comp rates on a comparable basis with a constant set of state-specific risk classifications.Commissioner Miller said her department under Governor Wolf’s leadership is working to maintain a vibrant and competitive workers’ compensation insurance market, helping keep costs down.“More than 325 companies offer workers’ compensation insurance coverage in Pennsylvania,” Commissioner Miller said.  “This means employers are able to find attractive, cost-efficient options for this vital insurance.”The rate reduction follows the Insurance Department’s approval of the Pennsylvania Compensation Rating Bureau’s annual loss cost filing. These loss costs are used to determine the premiums businesses pay for workers’ compensation insurance. The premium savings for an individual employer will vary based on the employer’s risk classification, claims experience and other factors. Not all employers will see a decrease.This is the sixth consecutive workers’ compensation insurance cut in as many years, and brings the cumulative savings to $720 million for the past six years. Workers’ compensation insurance covers the cost of medical care and rehabilitation for injured workers, and lost wages and death benefits for the dependents of those killed in work-related accidents.The other important component of today’s announcement is that benefit levels have been maintained for injured workers.  Labor & Industry Secretary Manderino said certified workplace safety committees, overseen by her department, are key for both cost and safety.“Certified workplace safety committees help employers and workers keep safety top-of-mind at all times,” Secretary Manderino said.  “And those companies with a committee receive a five percent discount on their workers’ comp insurance premiums.”More than 11,220 state-certified workplace safety committees have been established since March 1994, protecting more than 1,463,000 workers. Additionally, employers with certified workplace safety committees have saved close to $604.2 million in workers’ compensation premiums. These savings in insurance costs are due solely to the five percent premium discount provided to businesses that have these committees.Global Advanced Metals has a long-standing certified workplace safety committee and won a Governor’s Award for Safety Excellence in 2016. Global is a leading manufacturer of high performance tantalum metallurgical and powder products to the electronics, aerospace, automotive, and chemical manufacturing industries.“Global Advanced Metals, Inc. is proud of our safety record, which is a reflection of the hard work and dedication of our workforce to our safety process.  This dedication to safety has been instrumental in our successful certification as an OSHA VPP Star site since 2008, as well as receiving the Governor’s Award for Safety Excellence,” said Mark Lackey, Boyertown Facility General Manager.  “We could not have achieved this level without the safety focus and effort from all of our employees and contractors.  It is great to see that our efforts and the efforts of many companies in Pennsylvania have contributed to real cost reductions for current and future businesses in PA.”Secretary Manderino added her department’s Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Health & Safety Division provides employers with the most up-to-date and relevant safety information and benefits possible for employees.  Employers should contact their insurance company or agent for more information about how their workers’ compensation premiums will be affected.More information on Pennsylvania insurance products is available at www.insurance.pa.gov.For more information on making Pennsylvania’s workplaces safer, visit www.dli.pa.gov, “Workers’ Compensation Services.” March 30, 2017 SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img Wolf Administration Announces Workers’ Comp Insurance Rate Cut, Further Lowering Cost of Doing Business in Pennsylvanialast_img read more