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NCAA Golf Roundup: 9/18

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailMen’s GolfDRIGGS, Idaho-Kyler Dunkle shot -13, posting a score of 203, as the Utah Utes’ men’s golf squad won the team title to conclude the Showdown in the Rockies at the Huntsman Springs Golf Course Tuesday.The Utes had a collective team score of 842 (-22) with Utah State checking in tied for 9th.The highest-finishing Aggie was Colten Cordingley in 13th place as he broke even, posting a score of 216.Oregon State finished second in the team standings with a score of 855 (-9) while rounding out the top 5 were Texas Tech ( 856, -8), Saint Mary’s (857, -7) and Arizona (860, -4).SOUTH KENT, Conn.-Tuesday, Weber State’s men’s golf team finished competition at the Hartford Hawk Invitational by placing 15th out of 16 teams competing at Bull’s Bridge Golf Club. The tournament was won by the UCF Knights, who posted a score of 550. The individual winner was the Knights’ Bobby Bai who scored a 135.Weber State’s highest finisher was Jayce Frampton who tied for 43rd with a score of 147. The Wildcats’ team score was 604.Women’s GolfGRAND JUNCTION, Colo.-As the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference women’s golf fall preview concluded Tuesday, the Dixie State women learned a lot about themselves and how far they can go as the season progresses.The Trailblazers finished second overall in the standings with a collective score of  615 (+47). The University of Tampa Spartans won the team title with a score of 605 (+37).The Spartans’ Kiira Riihijarvi, a Finnish national, won the individual title with a score of 130 (-12).Dixie State’s highest finisher was Kaitlynn Deeble, a sophomore out of Boise, Idaho, who finished with a score of 148 (+6).Her teammate, Katie Ford, finished 8th, despite being projected to finish 21st. She excelled with a score of 150 (+8).The Trailblazers’ women are next in action October 1 and 2 as they host the Dixie State Fall Invitational at The Golf Course At Sand Hollow Resort of Hurricane, Utah.KNOXVILLE, Tenn.-Tuesday, at the Cherokee Country Club, the Brigham Young University women’s golf team finished 13th out of 17 schools at the Mercedes-Benz Intercollegiate Tournament hosted by the University of Tennessee.The team title was won by Kent State as the Golden Flashes edged Middle Tennessee for the crown, 870-875.The individual winner was Kentucky’s Leonie Bettel, an Austrian national, who posted a score of 208 (-5).The Cougars’ highest finisher was Rosie Huang who tied for 23rd with a score of 222 (+9). Naomi Soifua finished tied for 31st for BYU, while Allysha Mae Mateo tied for 65th, Annick Haczkiewicz finished tied for 81st and Anna Kennedy tied for 87th for the Cougars. September 18, 2018 /Sports News – Local NCAA Golf Roundup: 9/18 Tags: Arizona/Colten Cordingley/Huntsman Springs Golf Course/Kyler Dunkle/Oregon State/Saint Mary’s/Texas Tech/Utah Men’s Golf/Utah State Men’s Golf Written by Brad Jameslast_img read more

Is Countrywide now one of the biggest hybrid agents?

first_imgHome » News » Agencies & People » Is Countrywide now one of the biggest hybrid agents? previous nextAgencies & PeopleIs Countrywide now one of the biggest hybrid agents?While the City salivates over Purplebricks, Countrywide has been quietly rolling out a huge network of agents who offer a very similar service.Nigel Lewis9th March 201705,009 Views While there’s enormous interest in ‘online-only’ and hybrid agents such as Hatched and Purplebricks, a lesser-known online operation has been rolling out across swathes of the UK.Countrywide revealed this morning how its digital ‘hybrid’ roll-out has been progressing over the past year, and it’s significant. So far this has included a four-phase launch that now covers 25% of its business, and 200 branches.Four phasesAfter trialling it with three brands in June last year – Austin & Wyatt in the SW, Frank Innes in the East Midlands and Spencers in Leicestershire – it then introduced the offering to a further three agencies in November. These were Carsons in Hampshire, Miller Countrywide in Cornwall and Devon and Fulfords in Somerset.In January this year it also added its hybrid offering to Entwistle Green in Liverpool and Lancashire and says that it has shown “the most positive results to date”. A launch then followed last month at Bridgfords, the largest agent to do so thus far.BenefitsBenefits of Countrywide’s hybrid model, which charges a £695 to £995 fee (see ad above) for a Purplebricks-style service during which vendors have to conduct both their own viewings and sale price negotiations, have included increased traffic to agent’s websites. Also, it generates more leads compared to agents with the traditional, full-service offering.Results from its original trial brands from earlier in 2016 reveal that having a ‘hybrid’ option drove 11% more valuations, 18% more instructions and 9% more sales, all without impacting fee levels, the company says.The platform that drives the offering across the different brands has so far seen  2,700 online accounts set up and 1,000 valuations booked online.“The launch of our digital sales pilot in summer 2016 has surpassed our ambitions and we have now accelerated the roll-out to more than 25% of our network,” says Chief Executive Alison Platt (pictured, left).Purplebricks Alison Platt Countrywide digital hybrid March 9, 2017Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021last_img read more

They designed, they built, they conkered

first_imgAnd now for something completely different: Conker Pods. The creator, Jag Virdie, says that while they can simply be an aesthetically pleasing garden feature, at £21,000, the 10 square metre pods can also be affordable homes for different generations.Jag VirdieJag, a Chartered Engineer, worked for Rolls Royce Bentley and Lotus before setting up his own Research and Development company in 2010 for automotive and aerospace enterprises. His startup Conker Living is getting a lot of attention and The Conker™ is now available for the public to order their bespoke design.Designed in Cheshire with all materials sourced in Britain, the Conker could be an annexe for a teenager, a granny flat or a glamping pod for a young family, it could also be used as a professional office space.Jag says, “For an office space, we have designed a three metre long desk with drawers and a deployable table. I currently use the prototype as my office. It could be a conference room, with seats, a round table and a projector. Pods can be joined together to form larger spaces and offer flexibility with custom designs. With more than one pod it creates space for a double bed, storage space for clothes, a kitchenette as well as an en-suite bathroom with a toilet and shower.The Conker was designed to be aerodynamic, strong and versatile, made of aluminium and recycled plastic to give it durability it is 100 per cent waterproof that doesn’t need any guttering as rainwater drips down the sides, where it is harvested and stored in tanks, which can be purified and reused in the shower or the kitchenette.Jag Virdie affordable housing Conker The Conker Pod November 1, 2018The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Land & New Homes » They designed, they built, they conkered previous nextLand & New HomesThey designed, they built, they conkeredThe Negotiator1st November 201801,638 Viewslast_img read more