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Taking advantage of the windless spell at Anvaya Cove Golf and Sports Club, Que eagled the par four No.
The words, "the windless night made the silence so powerful I could almost hear it" brought back warm memories of Canyonlands.
Don's wishes are to have his ashes scattered on a warm sunny windless day, with his family present.
Merciful thanks for a windless day and fire brigade's emergency response otherwise firemen reckoned my garage and house would have been toast."
That would again give advantage to the European Tour regulars who can burn the course, especially on windless days.
By coincidence, on this same windless day, with average UK temperatures of about 5 degrees C, our Government''s dash for windfarms was exposed for the folly that it is.
There are similar contrasts with the short holes, too, with a 236-yard par-three eighth a vastly tougher proposition than the 145-yard par-three 17th Story of last year Lee Westwood cruised to a seven-shot victory, leaving Charl Schwartzel chasing his shadow Weather forecast Clear, windless skies should make for great scoring conditions, but the sweltering temperatures will quickly drain the competitors of energy Type of player suited to challenge Westwood and Schwartzel were blasting drivers all day long in the first staging of this tournament 12 months ago and the long, soft course plays into the hands of the powerhouses Key attribute Power
Mark Levi answers questions about how to open a wine bottle with a book, whether it's cheaper to fly east or west, if it's possible to sail on a windless day, and what happens when two astronauts play catch with a helium balloon.
An investigation into the cause of the crash on a windless day has been opened.
the windless directories, saying hello to our neighbors,
Not only are they underpowered and out of tune, the best effect, on a rare windless day, is that of a set of cracked dinner plates being struck by a wooden spoon.
Sheep grazing on these highly exposed areas is at an extremely low overall level and is confined to windless days of the year (and there aren't many of those at this altitude).