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Par3 Golf [New] Lightweight Sunday Golf Bag with Stand â€“ Easy to Carry & Durable Pitch n Putt Golf Bag â€“ Golf Stand Bag for The Driving Range, Par 3 & Executive Courses â€“ 31.5â€ Tall
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Jef World Of Golf Deluxe Steel Golf Cart
- Lightweight and sturdy, steel Deluxe Golf Cart offers easy mobility on the course
- Opens and closes in one fluid motion; folds in half for compact storage
- Wide wheels for stability with clip on mechanism for easy removal
- Waterproof scorecard holder
- Contoured bottom for larger bags with an adjustable bag strap
MGI Zip X5 Electric Golf Caddy, Black, 250wh
- Electronic park brake stops and holds the MGI zip X5 on any Terrain
- Downhill speed control maintains desired speed on all downhill Terrain
- Controlled distance function enables the setting of a desired distance and the caddy will Stop on demand
- Resettable odometers for tracking walked distances, longest drive and total use
- Swiveling & lockable front wheel
Orlimar Pitch & Putt Golf Lightweight Stand Carry Bag, Black
- Lightweight Stand Carry Bag
- Two compartment top
- Ultra lightweight construction
- One accessory pocket
- Durable carry handle
- 31.5” in length, top opening of the bag is 3.25” x 4.25”
Clicgear Model 3.5+ | 3-Wheel Golf Push Cart (Blue)
- COMPACT – Simple to use slide-to-close mechanism folds the cart down to a size of 13” x 15” x 24” for easy storage and transportation
- LIGHTWEIGHT & DURABLE – Aircraft grade, scratch-resistant, aluminum tubing and maintenance-free airless tires ensures the cart will last and weighs just 18 pounds
- EXTRA STORAGE – Storage net and full console with built-in scorecard, golf ball, pencil & tee holders
- PARKING HAND BRAKE – Prevents the cart from rolling when you walk away
- ACCESSORIES – Includes standard cup holder, umbrella mount, and additional accessory tabs for adding more Clicker accessories
CANMORE TW-203 Multi-Sport GPS Golf Watch - 38,000+ Worldwide Golf Courses Preloaded - Tracker for Running, Cycling
- WORLDWIDE GOLF COURSE DATA - Free golf course data is provided for over 38,000 (and counting) courses around the world (NO subscription fees) - New courses and course corrections are added regularly—contact the seller for assistance.
- RUGGED ACTIVITY TRACKER - The built-tough CANMORE TW-203 features a knurled bezel to shrug off bumps and knocks. It lets you track your daily steps, distance, heart rate and calories.
- SUN VISIBLE LCD - White on black 240x240 px screen lets you read course info, etc., even under the bright midday sun.
- MULTI-SPORT TRACKER - Track your running, swimming, cycling, triathlon etc. Upload your info to the iOS app via Bluetooth. Optionally pair Bluetooth heart rate and cadence sensors (not included).
- BATTERY LIFE - Up to 60 days of standby usage and 12 hours with GPS or other functions running.
Garmin Approach S40 (White/Gold) Golf GPS Smartwatch Bundle | Includes PlayBetter Portable Charger (2200mAh) & HD Screen Protectors | Stylish, Color Touchscreen, 41,000+ Courses | 010-02140-02
- [GARMIN APPROACH S40 PLAYBETTER BUNDLE] - Garmin Approach S40 (White/Gold) Golf GPS Smartwatch 010-02140-02, PlayBetter Portable Charger (2200mAh), HD Screen Protector Film (4-Pack) & USB Charging Cable
- [STYLISH GOLF GPS + COLOR TOUCHSCREEN] - No longer are golf GPS watches only for the course! Introducing the light, stylish Approach S40. Packed with powerful golf features yet stylish enough to pair up with any outfit! Beautiful sunlight-readable color touchscreen makes the Approach S40 a delight to wear.
- [41,0000+ COURSES + SMART NOTIFICATIONS] - Pre-loaded with 41,000+ worldwide courses, providing the distances to front, middle, back of green as well as layups and hazards. Ability to receive texts/calls/emails directly to your wrist with smart notifications.
- [GREENVIEW + CT10 COMPATIBLE] - See the exact shape of the green with GreenView plus use the touchscreen to adjust the pin position. For even more precise automatic game tracking, pair with optional Approach CT10 club tracking sensors.
- [PORTABLE CHARGER & SCREEN PROTECTORS] - Never be without a charge again on the course with our PlayBetter Portable Charger - perfect for charging up your S40, phone or any other electronic device! Plus keep your Approach S40 looking brand new with our 4-Pack of HD Screen Protector Film!
adidas Men's Tech Response Golf Shoe, Iron Metallic/White, 10.5 M US
- Thintech, adituff, thintech cleat, traxion, adiwear
- Lightweight mesh and synthetic upper for enhanced breathability and comfort
- Soft eva insole for lightweight comfort and cushioning
- 6-spike configuration with thintech low-profile technology for improved traction and stability
- 91 day comfort guarantee
Bag Boy Compact 3 Push Cart, Matte Black/Red
- Full feature Extra deep scorecard holder includes: Golf ball storage, Smart phone holder, integrated beverage holder
- Simple three-step fold for compact storage
- 9.5 inch front and 11.5 inch rear oversized wheels roll through the grass with ease
- Stand and cart bag friendly upper bag bracket with adjustable support arms
- Handle mounted parking brake
Want to Start a Business as a Landscape Architect? Find Out Where the Jobs Are
Landscape architects may be involved in a number of different types of projects, including the design of parks or gardens, scenic roads, housing projects, college or high school campuses, country clubs, cemeteries, or golf courses.
If you are interested in learning more about the landscape architecture field, you can gather information and experience in a number of ways. Apply for a summer internship with a landscape architectural firm or at least arrange to talk with someone in the job. Ask them questions about their daily duties, the job's advantages and disadvantages, and if they recommend any landscape architecture programs.
There are roughly 22,000 landscape architects employed in the United States, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Landscape architects are found in every state in the United States, in small towns and cities as well as heavily populated areas. Some work in rural areas, such as those who plan and design national parks and recreational areas. However, the majority of positions are found in suburban and urban areas.
Landscape architects work for a variety of different employers in both the public and private sectors. They may work with a school board planning a new elementary or high school, with manufacturers developing a new factory, with homeowners improving the land surrounding their home, or with a city council planning a new suburban development.
In the private sector, most landscape architects do some residential work, though few limit themselves entirely to projects with individual homeowners. Larger commercial or community projects are usually more profitable. Workers in the public sector plan and design government buildings, parks, and public lands. They also may conduct studies on environmental issues and restore lands such as mines or landfills.
After graduating from a landscape architecture program, you can usually receive job assistance from the school's career placement service. Although these services do not guarantee a job, they can be of great help in making initial contacts. Many positions are posted by the American Society of Landscape Architects and published in their two journals, Landscape Architectural News Digest Online and Landscape Architecture. Government positions are normally filled through civil service examinations. Information regarding vacancies may be obtained through the local, state, or federal civil service commissions.
Most new hires are often referred to as interns or apprentices until they have gained initial experience in the field and have passed the necessary examinations. Apprentices' duties vary by employer; some handle background project research, others are directly involved in planning and design. Whatever their involvement, all new hires work under the direct supervision of a licensed landscape architect. All drawings and plans must be signed and sealed by the licensed supervisor for legal purposes.
After obtaining licensure and gaining work experience in all phases of a project's development, landscape architects can become project managers, responsible for overseeing the entire project and meeting schedule deadlines and budgets. They can also advance to the level of associate, increasing their earning opportunities by gaining a profitable stake in a firm.
The ultimate objective of many landscape architects is to gain the experience necessary to organize and open their own firm. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, over 25 percent of all landscape architects are self-employed, four times the average of workers in other professions. After the initial investment in computer-aided design software, few start-up costs are involved in breaking into the business independently.