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Posts in March, 2012

10 facts you didn't know about the Washington Monument

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Year Started: July 4, 1848 Year Completed: December 6, 1884 (Officially opened to the public: October 9, 1888) Cost: $1,187,710 Designer: Robert Mills Style: Neo-Egyptian What is the height of the memorial? 555 feet 5 1/8 inches Weight of the structure: 81,120 tons Number of Blocks: 36,491 How many steps are in the memorial: 896 Number of Flags surrounding the building: 50, one representing each State.

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Can the PGA of America Grow Golf 65% in Eight Years? How?

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At the recent PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, the PGA of America fired up the troops with a new initiative they call "Golf 2.0." The new effort has laudable sentiments, to be more inclusive and accommodating for example, but there are also some extremely ambitious goals in there too. In short, Golf 2.0 sets the bar at adding slightly less than one million new regular players a year to the 26.1 million who now play golf, and by 2016.

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Inspired Bronze golf awards now available Internationally

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Your club offers its members and their guests a first class golf and leisure experience, from the course to the clubhouse. Reward and inspire your valuable members with a bronze trophy designed uniquely for your club or event. Inspired Bronze golf awards are now available internationally for all private golf clubs and tournaments.

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Sculpting Process for the Pinnacle Country Club Trophies

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Inspired Bronze is creating custom bronze sculptural trophies for the Pinnacle Country Club. We wanted to share a glimpse of what takes place behind creating these unique one-of-a-kind bronze trophies:

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How We Develop Bronze Awards and Trophies Using Digital Sculpting

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Digital sculpting, also known as Sculpt Modeling or 3D Sculpting, is the use of software that offers tools to push, pull, smooth, grab, pinch or otherwise manipulate a digital object as if it were made of a real-life substance such as clay.

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