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Posts in February, 2012

Bronze art care tips:

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The key to preserving artwork is proper care; this guarantees your art piece will stay in perfect condition.

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The Ritz Carlton selects Inspired Bronze to create one-of-a-kind artwork

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Inspired Bronze, Inc. (http://bronze.blu42media.com/), designers and manufacturers of custom bronze awards, trophies and fine sculptural art, has been selected by The Ritz Carlton Golf Club, Dove Mountain to create custom bronze sculptural awards for their upcoming golf tournaments.

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The Best of the Rest: A World of Great Golf

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As the British empire expanded, golf was planted in all corners of the world. Wherever the Brits went, they took their golf, cricket, bridge, gin, scones and garden clubs. Royal Calcutta was founded in 1829, Royal Montreal in 1873, Royal Hong Kong in 1889.

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The Ritz Carlton selects Inspired Bronze to create one-of-a-kind artwork

RitzGolfClub DoveMtn 2 Cropped 5Inspired Bronze, Inc. (www.inspiredbronze.com), designers and manufacturers of custom bronze awards, trophies and fine sculptural art, has been selected by The Ritz Carlton Golf Club, Dove Mountain to create custom bronze sculptural awards for their upcoming golf tournaments.

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Golf facts you didn't know

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Here are some great facts about golf you didn’t know….. The chances of making two holes-in-one in a round of golf are one in 67 million. The longest drive ever is 515 yards. The longest putt ever is a monstrous 375 feet. The longest golf course in the world is the par 77 International Golf Club in Massachusetts which measures a fearsome 8325 yards The highest golf course in the world is the Tactu Golf Club in Morococha, Peru, which sits 14,335 feet above sea level at its lowest point.  The longest golf hole in the world is the 7th hole (par 7) of the Sano Course at the Satsuki Golf Club in Japan. It measures an incredible 909 yards.  There are 336 dimples on a regulation golf ball. The first golf balls were made of thin leather stuffed with feathers. Tightly-packed feathers made balls that flew the farthest. Feather balls were used until 1848.

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