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The Easiest Way to Shave a Few Strokes Off Your Golf Game

Hit the links anywhere and work on your game. February 8, 2020 2 min read Disclosure: Our goal is to feature products and services that we think you'll find interesting and useful. If you purchase them, Entrepreneur may get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our commerce partners. Golf can go a long way for an entrepreneur. Business is frequently done on the links and if you're utterly embarrassing yourself by taking mulligan after mulligan, it's not a great reflection on your sales pitch. Fortunately, if you need a little help, there's plenty available without shelling out repeated sums on lessons. PhiGolf: Mobile & Home Smart Golf Simulator with Swing Stick Image credit: Entrepreneur Store You can practice at home with PhiGolf, the mobile and home smart golf simulator. This ...

Sports Illustrated celebrates new 2019 Swimsuit Issue with models of ALL shapes and sizes

Sports Illustrated celebrated the release of its 2019 Swimsuit Issue in Miami this week, and the red carpet for the event proved it’s the most body-diverse cast yet. Days after the issue hit stands on May 8, the magazine hosted the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit On Location at Ice Palace on Friday, inviting models from the issue and other stars to pose for pictures, participate in a panel, and party. And snaps from the event show that this may just be the most body-positive and inclusive issue ever: While there were certainly plenty of classically slim ladies in attendance, there were also several plus-size models, muscular athletes, and even a pregnant Samantha Hoopes, who cradled her baby bump in a very sexy black bodysuit. Check ’em out! In celebration of the Sports Illustrated...