The proposed changes by the U.S. Golf Association and Royal & Ancient Golf is expected to reduce an elite golfer's tee shot by roughly 15 yards on average.
Recent polling shows voters' top concerns shift focus to the economy and inflation, giving Republicans an edge in the upcoming midterm elections in November.
West Virginia v. EPA has the potential to lessen the Environmental Protection Agencies regulatory powers related to greenhouse gas emissions.
The 6,700-square-foot midcentury estate sits on 1.5 acres and boasts five bedrooms and six bathrooms. It features a golf putting green, pool, spa and lavish guest wing.
Miami is leading the way to becoming the central hub with different initiatives involving residents while forging the way with the first CityCoin.
The U.S. Open will be held in New York City with 100% spectator capacity marking the first return to a normal tournament for the global tennis community.
Built circa 1805, the property retains original detailing and sits on a rare 0.38-acre lot including multiple terraces, enchanting gardens, and its very own in-ground pool.
Austin’s first-ever professional sports team kicked off its debut to major league soccer last weekend. Although Austin FC may have fell in a loss to Los Angeles FC, things are looking up for the new football club and the local community. In a city still trying to recover from the tough economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, this football club brings a new hope for many businesses in the community.
As Sacramento Democrats act on Governor Newsom’s call to ban fracking, many Californian’s feel they would be left “unemployed on the basis of politics” A recent bill proposed in the California State Assembly would prevent new fracking permits or renewals by Jan. 1 while banning it completely by 2027