No pain, no gain in BIM

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Cutting-edge golf facility opening its doors today

first_imgBeginning today, local golfers have the opportunity to improve their golf games on a year-round basis at one of the finest indoor golf facilities in the nation.Golf Lab, co-founded by golf enthusiast Michael McRae and professional golfer Henry White, officially opens today at 925 S. West Temple.The 20,000-square-foot Golf Lab is a state-of-the-art facility designed to help golfers of all abilities on everything from full swing analysis to putting assessments.McRae is a professional photographer who converted his photo studio into Golf Lab. Dozens of cameras are used to analyze golfers from various angles in full swings, chipping and putting. White, who is also a certified physical therapist, works with golfers on their golf game as well as physical fitness related to golf.”The Golf Lab experience is unlike others in that we incorporate a complete physical assessment with our full swing, putting and short game analyses,” White said. “Through our unique method of instruction, players can experience dramatic improvements in their game.”Golf Lab also features professional club fitting by John Cluff. By using data from Golf Lab’s analyses, customers can receive recommendations for appropriate drivers, irons and putters.”We are excited to offer this unique technology and teaching style to Utah golfers,” said McRae. Golf Lab is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. To schedule an appointment for individual or group lessons, call 746-1291. E-mail: [email protected]last_img read more

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Galatasaray BANNED from Europe for two seasons

first_img1 Galatasaray BANNED from Europe Galatasaray have been handed a ban from European club competitions by UEFA following their breach of financial fair play regulations.The Turksih champions, who are currently fifth in their domestic league and have Wesley Sneijder and Lukas Podolski in their squad, will be excluded from featuring in the next continental competition they qualify for over the next two seasons.Their case was referred to UEFA’s adjudicatory chamber in January after they were found to have failed to have met the governing body’s break-even requirements for the 2015-16 season.And UEFA have now meted out their punishment to Istanbul-based Gala, who were eliminated from this season’s Champions League at the group stage and then bowed out of the Europa League last month.A statement on Wednesday read: “The Adjudicatory Chamber of the UEFA Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) today announced that Galatasaray AS will be excluded from participating in the next UEFA club competition for which they would otherwise qualify in the next two seasons (i.e. the 2016/17 and 2017/18 seasons).“This decision was taken after Galatasaray failed to comply with the terms of the settlement agreement that it entered with the CFCB chief investigator in May 2014 under Article 15 of the procedural rules governing the UEFA CFCB.“The Turkish club has also been ordered to limit the overall aggregate cost of the employee benefits expenses of all its players in each of the next two reporting periods (i.e. the reporting period ending in 2016 and the reporting period ending in 2017).”last_img read more

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