Stowe Mountain Resort,Thousands of readers have made their choice and selected the ‘Top 125 Golf Resorts’ from around the world, in the 15th Annual Conde Nast Traveler Reader’s Poll. From St Andrews to Scottsdale the regional winners are in and Stowe Mountain Resort was named #1 Golf Resort in the Northern United States.Stowe’s designation as Northern America’s superlative golf resort is the result of recently opened Stowe Mountain Lodge and Golf Club. The 312-room luxury hotel and spa located mountainside in Stowe, Vermont, sits adjacent to a truly unique mountain golf course created by renowned course designer Bob Cupp. The 18-hole, par 72 ‘wilderness’ course winds dramatically along the lower reaches of Mount Mansfield and Spruce Peak to an elevation of more than 1800 feet. The resort course is available to Stowe Mountain Club members, as well as guests of Stowe Mountain Lodge. Stowe Mountain Club is a four-season private club with unprecedented golf, alpine and spa facilities located at Spruce Peak at Stowe, Vermont’s newest luxury resort and residential community.Stowe’s newest mountainside amenities and golf course are the perfect complement to the classic Stowe Country Club. Founded in the 1952, the public country club boasts beautiful undulating fairways and manicured greens. Occupying what was a turn of the century dairy farm, the course provides 360 degree views of New England’s most celebrated resort town and the surrounding Green Mountains.More about Golf at Stowe Mountain Resort – Stowe Mountain Resort is the first in Vermont to achieve Audubon ‘Signature Sanctuary’ Golf Course Certification from Audubon International. Boasting two of New England’s finest courses both on and off the mountain, Stowe’s long temperate summer days, quintessential beauty and unequaled hospitality, give guests the opportunity to create memories to cherish. Additional accolades earned by the new Stowe Mountain Golf Club include; Golf Magazine’s ‘Top Ten New Golf Courses,’ ‘Top 50 Courses for Women’ and ‘Best Course in Vermont’ by Golfweek. For complete information online visit http://summer.stowe.com/golf/(link is external). Source: Stowe Mountain Resort. 4.26.2011
Norwegian E&P player Aker BP has received consent from the offshore safety body, the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), for exploration drilling on the Volund field using the Deepsea Stavanger rig.Deepsea Stavanger; Source: BPVolund is located in the central part of the North Sea, 10 kilometers south of the Alvheim field, offshore Norway. The water depth in the area is 120-130 meters. Volund was discovered in 1994, and the plan for development and operation (PDO) was approved in 2007.The field has been developed using a subsea facility tied back to the Alvheim FPSO production vessel.Volund is operated by Aker BP with a 65 percent interest while the only partner in the field is Lundin Norway with the remaining 35 percent stake.The PSA said that the consent applied to the drilling of the 24/9-P-3 BH well on the field which would be drilled in a sidetrack from well 24/9-P-3 AH.According to the safety body, drilling is scheduled to begin on February 24 and is estimated to last 42 days.As for the rig, the Deepsea Stavanger is a semi-submersible drilling rig of the GVA 7500 type, built in South Korea in 2010, owned and operated by Odfjell Drilling. It is owned and operated by Odfjell Drilling. The PSA issued Deepsea Stavanger an Acknowledgement of Compliance (AoC) in March 2017.
But 3.2 seconds remained and, after a time-out, RFA, having to go the length of the court, had Isaac Howard throw it to mid-court, where Isaiah Kelly quickly passed it to Jordan Baldwin.Before Braden McCard could get over to block it, Baldwin, from the left side, sent a driving one-hander off the glass and through the net as time ran out.For the game, Starling had put up 28 points, with Ray getting 12 points and Bo Nicholson earning most of his 15 points through three 3-pointers. Damien Call led the Black Knights with 20 points.B’ville was back in action last Friday to face Fayetteville-Manlius, who at 5-7 had improved plenty from a 2-18 campaign the year before, but still needed some wins to be playoff-eligible.And for quite a while, this one also threatened to go to the final minutes undecided, but a stepped-up defense and a clutch effort from Nicholson helped the Bees win 67-55.All through the first half, hot outside shooting allowed F-M to keep pace with B’ville. The Hornets trailed by just two, 38-36, at the break, and stayed within range during the third quarter, too.Like with everyone else, the Hornets’ aim was to keep Starling from big numbers, and though he did have 23 points, F-M made Starling work hard for those numbers.Despite all this, B’ville got away by playing tough defense in the final minutes and having Nicholson hit his own baskets on the way to a season-best 21 points.Dan Fabrizio had nine points, with Nate Ray getting eight points. Charlie Gadsden and Josh Michel each led F-M with 12 points, while Trevor Roe got eight points and Luke Davidson added six points.Having improved its record to 10-4, B’ville hosts Nottingham Tuesday in advance of a big game next Friday at West Genesee, against whom Starling netted 33 points (16 of them in the fourth quarter) when the Bees won their first meeting 57-52 on Jan. 2.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: Baldwinsvilleboys basketball Trailing 49-39 going into the fourth quarter, B’ville finally got its offense on track in the closing minutes, chipping away at RFA’s margin.Down by four, 59-55, the Bees cut it to one on Nate Ray’s 3-pointer with 16.7 seconds to play. The Black Knights made a pair of free throws to make it 61-58.Here, J.J. Starling made another star turn. Even though everyone knew he would get the ball and likely shoot from outside, Starling was not fouled – and drained a tying 3-pointer. What the Baldwinsville boys basketball team had done to so many others in a wild month of January – namely, come from behind, or win in the final seconds – was done to them early last week.Rome Free Academy came to Baker High School last Monday afternoon, and the Black Knights delivered its own bit of late-game magic to knock off the Bees 63-61.For a long while, the game followed a recent formula quite familiar to B’ville fans, in that again the Bees fell behind and, again, stormed back from a big late-game deficit.