I have been playing golf as a professional for over 30 years and have used a lot of different companies during this time when choosing the right golf bag, golf glove, golf clubs, golf shoes etc etc. for my game. I am not one of the tour pros who get paid vast amounts to endorse their products; I have to pay for mine albeit at a discount on the trade price. So this is not an advertisement for the company, it is my honest opinion as a Golf Professional on the quality of the golf gear I use. The Titleist PROV 1 is without doubt the best golf ball I have ever used and has been in my golf bag for many years; in fact I think I have used a titleist golf ball for the past 20 years. When I first started playing it was a Dunlop 65 fresh out of the wrapper, for those of you too young to remember golf balls used to be packaged in a wrapper back in the 1970's and before. My oh my doesn't time fly by. Anyway where was I? Oh yeah, why the PROV 1? Simple really, it goes a long way, flies high, stops on a sixpence and has a lovely soft feel for those shots around the green. Enough said. I use a Titleist Players golf glove or a Footjoy Sta Sof golf glove, both are made from high quality cabretta leather giving you a superb feel and they are very comfortable to wear. A lot of amateur golfers use the All Weather glove or synthetic versions, but I have never liked the feel of them and although the leather golf glove costs a little bit more they are worth it. I know a few of you guy's use the all weather glove because it has an extra pad on the heel of the palm to help with wear and tear. Nearly every golf glove wears out there first, some quicker than others. But that is a fault of either your hold on the golf club, usually gripping the club too tightly at address and loosening your grip at impact, causing excessive wear and tear on your glove. But that's another story, see your local pro and he will help with this. My golf irons of choice are the Titleist Z Blend Forged with a dynamic gold S shaft and tour velvet grip. They are a blended cavity to muscle back forged iron, which means that the long irons are cavity backed, the mid irons are a partial cavity and the short irons muscle back blade. This is a great idea and has been around for a few years now, help where needed in the longer irons gradually blending to a blade type short iron for that classic look and playability. I love these irons, they are great to look at and have a lovely feel off the club head. In my humble opinion you cannot beat a forged golf club head for exceptional feel and playability. So there you have it, just a few of the things you will find in my golf bag. The best golf ball, the best glove, the best irons and the best golfer of all time using them. OK scrap that last comment, we can all dream. 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The announcement of Drider's longshot candidacy came the same day a French court fined two women who refuse to remove their veils. Drider has her campaign posters ready to go, months before the campaign begins and before she has the required signatures of 500 mayors in the country. She is among a group of women mounting an attack on the law that has banned the garments from the streets of France since April and prompted similar moves in other European countries. They are bent on proving that the ban contravenes fundamental rights and that women who hide their faces stand for freedom, not submission. "When a woman wants to maintain her freedom, she must be bold," Drider told The Associated Press in an interview. MOST FRENCH SUPPORT BAN President Nicolas Sarkozy strongly disagrees, and says the veil imprisons women. Drider declared her candidacy in Meaux, the city east of Paris run by top conservative lawmaker and Sarkozy ally Jean Francois Cope, who championed the ban. "I have the ambition today to serve all women who are the object of stigmatization or social, economic or political discrimination," she said. "It is important that we show that we are here, we are French citizens and that we, as well, can bring solutions to French citizens." Two other women arrested wearing veils in Meaux while trying to deliver a birthday cake to Cope were fined in court Thursday, They want to push their case to the European Court of Human Rights. "We cannot accept that women be punished because they are openly practising their religious convictions," said Hind Ahmas, who was fined about $160 US. "We are demanding the application of European rights." HEADSCARVES IN SCHOOLS BANNED FIRST With Islam the second religion in France and the numbers of faithful growing, there are worries that veiled Muslim women could compromise the nation's secular foundations and undermine gender equality and women's dignity. There are also concerns that practices like wearing full veils could open the door to a radical form of Islam. Lawmakers banned Muslim headscarves in classrooms in 2004. Few Muslim women in France cover their faces. Most who veil themselves wear the "niqab," a filmy cloth attached to the headscarf that covers all but the eyes. The law also applies to the burqa, with just a mesh covering over the eyes, worn largely in Afghanistan. Belgium passed a similar face veil ban that took effect in July, and the Netherlands announced Friday it has drawn up legislation to outlaw Muslim face veils. A draft law has been approved in Italy. In France, the veil ban was also seen as a political manoeuvre by the unpopular Sarkozy's conservative UMP party, which Cope chairs, to entice deeply conservative and far right voters. Flouting the French measure outlawing face veils in all public places can lead to a fine and, in some cases, citizenship classes. However, thus far there have been few legal consequences. According to the Interior Ministry, 146 women have been given citations by police but only a handful have reportedly been forced to appear before a judge for a possible fine. Drider and others say that many women who refuse to remove their veils become shut ins rather than go outside and risk a citation, or insults. One woman in a long black robe was seen recently in a chic Paris neighbourhood wearing a surgical mask on her face one of several tricks developed to get around the ban. VEIL BAN MAKES WOMEN SHUT INS "I tried to understand this law and what I understood is that this is a law which puts us under house arrest," Drider said, referring to women who choose to stay home rather than remove their face veils, or risk arrest. Drider, 32, who has worn a face veil for 13 years, was the only veiled woman to testify before an information commission of lawmakers studying a potential ban before the law was passed. With four children, Drider says she goes about the southern city of Avignon, where she lives, facing down insults but left alone by police. Rachid Nekkaz, a wealthy businessman revolted by the street ban has promised to pay any fines resulting from it. He also heads Drider's support committee for the presidency. For Nekkaz, the Meaux case will be the first in France in which a conviction for veiled women could stick. He wants to see an appeal eventually go to the highest French court, then on to the European Court of Human Rights and calculates that this could happen in 2014. 378037 041 Nike Air Jordan 11 Space Jams 2009,Dorel Juvenile Group announced today the recall of 89,000 carseats due to incorrect installation labeling on the sides of the seats. No injuries or complaints have been reported, but according to the Dorel website: color coordinated ease of use label depicting the rear facing mode instruction was positioned on the incorrect side of the base. 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Order Online 378037 041 Nike Air Jordan 11 Space Jams 2009,543390 127 Women Size Air Jordan 6 GS Grape James Cameron 3D revisit of his 1997 blockbuster leads the charge at the multiplexes from tomorrow (April 6), with TV3 and Julian Fellowes multi million TV series having already launched last month and been the focus of much of the worldwide attention. That four part series, which continues this Sunday (April 8) and concludes on April 15 at 9pm, was , who invested 300,000 into the 15m budget. It is executive produced by David Collins of Irish production company Samson Films and boasts a strong Irish cast, which includes Maria Doyle Kennedy, and Peter McDonald. The Irish connections to Fellowes (which was shot in Hungary) end there, but fittingly, like the liner itself, many of those productions that will travel worldwide from this weekend were shot in Ireland and made with Irish co producers, crew and acting talent. Friday April 6, TG4, 8pm and Sunday April 15, TG4, at 9.30pm Shot on a budget of 180,000 over three weeks last spring and summer, The Titanic is the first of two Irish made Titanic drama documentaries which will bookend the Easter Bank Holiday weekend. Produced by Gillian Marsh for TG4 and her own GMarsh TV productions, this one hour documentary drama tackles Titanic story from a unique angle focusing on Lahardane, a small village in north Mayo which saw 14 of its population set off on the Titanic, with only three surviving. The rural village lost a greater proportion of its people in the disaster than any other community. Marsh calls it only real people story being done around the Titanic She adds: don think that there really been many true documentaries done about it. Frank Delaney on board as director and editor, the docu drama follows the local community as they remember their loss through a ceremony on the main street of the village. It also features interviews with relatives of the passengers, and re enactments of life in the village for those who went. Shot on Panasonic VariCam by Colm Hogan, Richard Kendrick, Frank Delaney and Gillian Marsh, it was filmed in Lahardane, with production also taking place in the US to visit relatives of surviving Lahardane passenger Annie McGowan. The cast used were local, non professional actors, with funding coming from TG4, Mayo County Council and Marsh herself. Moynihan Russell did the sound post and it was online edited and graded in Egg in Dublin. This Irish German co production was filmed in London and at Wicklow Ardmore Studios. Tile Films were the Irish co producer with Stephen Rooke (Cromwell In Ireland) producing the 1.6m project. Its selling point is that it the first ever drama documentary film to focus on the engineers of the doomed ship. Based on eye witness accounts, it features dramatic re enactments scripted by Britain Colin Heber Percy and Lyall Watson. Sweeney (The Forgotten Irish) says that the Titanic gives a face to what happened below deck. The script and story are essentially a look at heroism and how men reacted in different ways. adds: knew this film would be a real opportunity to bring this untold story of the Titanic to the screen for the first time. This story has never been told in a drama documentary; that what makes this film unique and why I spent two years of my life putting it together. stellar ensemble cast of leading Irish actors includes David Wilmot (The Guard), Owen McDonnell (Single Handed), Ciaran McMenamin (Primeval), Jonathan Byrne (Primeval); Andrew Simpson (Notes on a Scandal), Hugh O (Killing Bono), Stephen Hogan (Earthbound, The Tudors) and (Five Minutes of Heaven). The script for the drama re enactment is written by Britain Colin Heber Percy and Lyall Watson. Shot on Red cameras, the Titanic features CGI created at Windmill Lane Pictures. Production began last August using purpose built sets in Ardmore Studios. It was shot by director of photography Richard Kendrick (Treasure of the Bogs). The score was composed by Irish composer Steve Lynch of Stellarsound. Lynch, went to Slovakia in January where he recorded the Bratislava Symphony Orchestra before combining these lush string recordings with the harsh, eerie sound of bowed metal, courtesy of percussionist Robbie Harris at Dublin's Hellfire Studios. Lynch said of his score: "The idea from the beginning was to use sweeping string motifs to represent the optimism of the time, and to contrast that with dark claustrophobic tones and moods once the disaster begins to unfold." Lynch has worked with 'Saving the Titanic' director Maurice Sweeney on a number of projects in the past, including the IFTA winning 'Cromwell in Ireland'. Some of the cues from the soundtrack can be heard here. 'Saving The Titanic' also features narration from Irish actor Liam Cunningham (The Guard). It was co produced by Reinhardt Beetz and Keith Farrell. the Titanic is a co production between Tile Films and Gebrueder Beetz Filmproduktion in Germany. Shot entirely over five days in Belfast Masonic Hall on Rosemary Street, the one hour drama features Paul McGann (Withnail and I) as well as local actors Stuart Graham (Hunger) and Owen McDonnell, who also stars in The Titanic was written, produced and directed entirely by Northern Ireland Hole In The Wall Gang, with Tim McGarry (Give My Head Peace), Damon Quinn (Dry Your Eyes) and Michael McDowell (Give My Head Peace) co writing the script. Quinn also produced, while McDowell directed. McGarry executive produced for the Hole In The Wall Gang, while Paul McGuigan was executive producer for BBC Northern Ireland. Post production was carried out by Yellow Moon in Holywood, Co Down. McGarry said of The Titanic Inquiry shot it all in five days in one location. The crew was entirely local. Lighting cameraman was Jim Creagh (The Crush). We used network acting talent such as Paul McGann, Sam Holland, Iain Robertson and Terence Harvey as well as strong local actors like Stuart Graham (Hunger) and Owen McDonnell. the budget as McGarry said the project was funded by BBC Northern Ireland with assistance from Northern Ireland Screen and RT. Network Ireland Television own distribution rights. It will be broadcast on BBC One NI on April 16 at 9pm with RT to broadcast it the following evening. 378037 041 Nike Air Jordan 11 Space Jams 2009 It's not just humans that suffer from anxiety disorders; dogs suffer from anxiety and stress, too. Dogs will bark, whimper, become destructive and even bite out of anxiety. Many dogs suffer from separation anxiety when their owners leave the house because they are being separated from their pack, which is unnatural for a dog. 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