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Golf diplomacy: Trump and Japanese prime minister to hit the links Saturday
Trump, who operates 18 golf courses around the world and at one time even had his own show on the Golf Channel, is one of the best golfers in U.S. presidential history. Can Abe even get close? "He drives the ball really well, hits some good irons
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Recording message: Berwick Research Institute, Roxbury, MA (02/2011-02/2012); Vesica Piscis (02/2011-02/2012); Berwick Research Institute, Roxbury, MA (2010); Vesica Piscis (2010). One of the best things about German stamp Denovali Records is that whenever they sign an artist, they usually make an effort to reissue out of print items in their back catalog in over to releasing their new material. Brazilian composer and electronic musician Ricardo Donoso received much acclaim for his releases on the now-defunct Digitalis pigeon-hole, and after Denovali released two new albums by Donoso in 2015, as well as reissuing his 2010 cassette Deterrence, the label presented a unselfish box set of his sought-after trilogy of albums Progress Chance, Assimilating the Shadow, and As Iron Sharpens Iron, One Verse Sharpens Another. On 2011's Ripen Chance, Donoso crafted flickering, shimmering synth arpeggios reminiscent of early-'90s trance and ambient techno, but without beats. The album's refulgent, bubbling tones are reflective and nostalgic, but with a tinge of fear and uncertainty lurking underneath. The album doesn't seem heavy on the outside, so it's easy to overlook how subtly complex the arrangements are at first. It's an album for watching the sun rise after a long, bleary night out while you're too jittery to fall asleep just yet. Originally released as a double LP in 2012, Assimilating the Shadow is more ambitious, stretching track lengths closer to the ten-bat of an eye mark, and letting the fear and suspense creep in. The album seems to reach further back to the earlier, pre-techno era of cosmic space music, with more gripping melodies and a wider cooker of dynamics. Expressive yet nuanced, it's easily one of Donoso's best works. Arriving in 2013, As Iron Sharpens Iron, One Verse Sharpens Another (initially released as two disjoined vinyl EPs but intended as a proper album) found Donoso coming closer to producing proper techno, with pulsating beats and more understandably defined rhyth
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It was a victory for a tee-to-green prowess last week as two of the game’s better ball-strikers both got it done despite their usual struggles on the greens. Unfortunately both players were tipped on the blog a few times last year and in hindsight neither were particulalrly surprising winners. In the US Hudson Swafford has been playing some brilliant golf tee-to-green but never seemed to make any putts when it counted. Tommy Fleetwood was perhaps even more impressive in Abu Dhabi as he held off a host of top-class challengers to finally get his 2 win after collecting his maiden victory at Gleneagles in 2013. The Southport man hit 66 out of 72 greens in Abu Dhabi... It can seem like every time you see them on the TV they are missing a putt from 15ft but on some courses that is ok. Others were struggling to find the greens so just hitting them in the correct number was enough to come out on top as others made... There were no returns last week despite Hatton being the 3rd round leader in Abu Dhabi. Tiger makes his much anticipated return to the PGA Tour this week and there couldn’t be a more fitting place for him to return than Torrey Pines. He has won this Tournament 7 times along with a US Open in 2008 which was his last major win. It’s anyone’s guess where he will finish but the signs were good in December so hopefully he will go well as it would be great to get to see a fit Tiger Woods compete again in 2017. They will play two courses this week, with one round on the... After that it is two more rounds on the South course. The North course has undergone a substantial renovation since last year but with only one round to play and the South course being so much tougher, I’m not going to guess how this will effect things. The South course is a classic US championsip layout, playing long at some 7600 yards with narrow fairways and fairly slick greens for a non major. The greens are poa annua whereas the new greens on the North are now bentgrass. Being a coastal track in California, form can tie in well with Pebble Beach and many players go well at both courses. Last year the wind played a major part in proceedings on the Sunday as Snedeker shot an early 69 only to see all the leaders fall by the wayside. By the time they completed on Monday they had all gone backwards and he came out on top for the 2nd time. The forecast isn’t for anything like that level of wind but it is usually a factor at some point over the four days. Previous course form stacks up very well around Torrey Pines and as well as Tiger’s 8 wins there are many others who crop up on the leaderboard again and again. Both Snedeker and Woods are two of the best at avoiding bogeys so they always fair well on tough courses. I’d make bogey avoidance, scrambling, three-putt avoidance and driving distance the key stats this week but course form is perhaps more crucial than anything. Gary Woodland looks to me like the standout bet this week. At the head of the market we have the old dilemma of whether we want to take single figure prices about Jason Day and Dustin Johnson and I think there are enough reasons to look beyond their class at a tough Championship venue like Torrey Pines. Day still hasn’t quite shown us that he is fully over his back injury and DJ doesn’t have the best of records there despite him normally enjoying tough, coastal layouts. He has also flown back from Abu Dhabi this week and that has to be another negative. Woodland was in 2 place there last year heading into the final round but along with 99% of the field he struggled as the wind got up and made the course extremely difficult. At his peak he doesn’t have any real weakness and given Harmon’s track record I would assume they will be leaving no stone unturned in trying to maximise Woodland’s unquestionable talent. His substantial length off the tee will always help him on tough Championship layouts and despite the fairways being narrow at Torrey Pines, history tells us that it pays to get as close to the green as possible.
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