Month: February 2021

2020-21 PGA Tour Genesis Invitational purse and prize money breakdown

Serious amount of money is on the line this week at the 2021 Genesis Invitational, which has a total purse of $9.3 million. That’s the biggest sum in a tournament so far this year on the PGA Tour. Last week, the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am had a total prize of $7.8 million, with Daniel Berger pocketing a share of $1.404 million for his victory at the Pebble Beach Golf Links.

For the Genesis Invitational, the winner will be walking straight into the bank after all is said and done at the Riviera Country Club to encash a cheque worth $1.674

Gujarat School Vacation News 2020 || Freshgujarat

Gujarat School Vacation News : Decide today at an important meeting of the Education Minister to decide whether the vacation will be extended

Gujarat School Vacation News 2020

The state has registered 361 new cases in the last 24 hours. While 29 patients have died. However, 503 patients have recovered and returned home. According to the details provided by the health department, a total of 14829 cases of positive patients have been reported in the state. While the total death toll in the state has risen to 905. While a total of 7137 patients have recovered. With this, the recovery

Tour de France 2020: The Essential Guide

The world has changed dramatically since the route of the 2020 Tour de France was unveiled last October. The 3,470-kilometre route remains the same, but the global COVID-19 pandemic means that it will be a Tour de France like no other.

The race dates have changed from July to late August/September, and the riders’ preparation and teams’ selections have changed, leaving everyone fresh, on form and hungrier then ever to win during the short but intense rescheduled season. Everyone on the race will have to respect strict medical protocols to limit the risk of the COVID-19 virus emerging in

Seattle suburb OKs camping ban it may not be able to enforce | SiouxlandProud | Sioux City, IA

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FILE – In this Dec. 18, 2020 file photo a sign that reads “This is what community looks like,” sits on top of a pile of debris and belongings at an encampment that was occupied by people lacking housing at Cal Anderson Park in Seattle. An affluent Seattle-area community has approved an ordinance prohibiting camping on public property. The city of Mercer Island says the measure will connect homeless people to shelters, but it might prove hard to enforce because of a federal

Local tourist attractions plan return

WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS – For Mary Kay Wydra, the president of the Greater Springfield Convention and Visitors Bureau, 2020 was not a good year.

“It was challenging year to say the least,” She told Reminder Publishing.

Tourism is not only big business for the commonwealth, it’s big business for Hampden and Hampshire counties.

According to the state-wide 2018 statistics (the latest available) from the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism (MOTT) Direct spending was $24.2 billion; State and local taxes: $1.6 billion; Jobs supported: 153,200; Wages paid: $5.6 billion; 27.6 Million Domestic Visitors: 1.8 Million Overseas Visitors; and 700,000 Canadian