Saudi Arabia will host its first ever golf tournament for women from March 19-22 next year at the Royal Greens Golf & Country Club in Jeddah, with 108 professionals set to participate.The Ladies European Tour (LET) event will be staged in collaboration with Golf Saudi and the Saudi Golf Federation and will carry a winning purse of $1 million."I'm incredibly excited by this announcement and it is an honour for the Tour to be part of history in bringing the first-ever professional women's golf event to Saudi Arabia," LET CEO Alexandra Armas said in a statement.Close "Confirmation of adding Saudi Arabia to our schedule for 2020 is an exciting prospect... and having seen the quality of the event staging for the Saudi International, I am sure this will be a fantastic experience for our players." related news Guys like Hardik, Rahul follow footballers' hairstyles, La Liga ambassador Rohit Cabinet approves MoU between India, Saudi Arabia in medical products regulation Saudi … [Read more...] about Saudi Arabia to host first-ever women’s golf tournament in March 2020
When you think of your favorite movie poster, what do you think of? Perhaps Saul Bass‘ posters for The Man with the Golden Arm, Anatomy of a Murder, or The Magnificent Seven. Or maybe the poster for Jaws, The Graduate, Gone with the Wind, or even earlier—Metropolis. advertisement advertisement But as movie franchises with mega-million dollar price tags, seeking big audiences and a reliable return on investment, have become the prominent choice of large studios, the movie poster has suffered. Posters for many of those films have a cut-and-paste formula of a few lead actors’ headshots below the title headline. Maybe add in a sports car (I’m looking at you Fast and Furious 1-9), credits at the bottom, and voilá. Commercial viability and brand recognition achieved. But as we enter award season, we’re reminded that although mega hits like The Avengers still dominate box offices, space is opening up for arthouse movies and TV, too. And that … [Read more...] about Are we entering a Golden Age of movie poster design?