RALEIGH, N.C. —North Carolina’s state health agency is moving ahead with the first step of a multi-year plan to help move potentially thousands of mentally ill residents from adult care homes to affordable housing and less restrictive living conditions.
The state Department of Health and Human Services publicized Thursday the action plan, which responds to allegations made a year ago by the U.S. Department of Justice that the state was failing to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. the government threatened to sue unless improvements were made.
The plan is a calculated risk for state officials because federal attorneys haven’t told them whether it’s enough to avoid litigation. that could require a judge-approved agreement with the federal government that may be more rigorous and expensive to carry out.
Government lawyers said in July 2011 that thousands of people with mental illness were segregated from society in adult care homes that had essentially become mental health treatment centers without giving them access to community treatment.
The plan, which will cost $10.3 million this fiscal year, will begin moving at least 100 residents with severe mental illness outside the homes to other community housing. Based on their income and ability to function, the displaced residents also will get help with paying rent, job training and potential employment.
The eight-year plan, which could cost a total of $67 million, would work to create 3,000 “slots” for people seeking a full slate of community services, acting HHS Secretary Al Delia said. the number of people that move could be much more because not everyone will need all of the offered services, Delia said.
Those who want to stay in adult care homes can remain there, he told the Associated Press.
“People will have choice,” Delia said in an interview. “They will not be required to live in any one place, whether it’s in a facility or in the community.”
The DOJ investigation followed a July 2010 complaint by an advocacy group that found hundreds of adult care homes statewide had improper conditions and lacked trained staff, creating a dangerous environment.
The General Assembly set aside money in this year’s budget to begin the transition, which has been the subject of months of talks with the Department of Justice. Delia described HHS and the federal government agreeing largely on the improvements being made.
HHS is “moving forward on implementation because we believe that it’s the right policy,” Delia said.
Vicki Smith with Disability Rights North Carolina, the group that leveled the 2010 complaint, said the plan sounds good on the surface but lacks a method to require the state to carry out the plan completely. Smith pointed out there’s less than six months before Gov. Beverly Perdue leaves office and another administration arrives.
“Many of the people who are issuing these promises will not be around even at the end of the first year to ensure implementation,” said Smith, adding that the state has fallen short of expectations in the past when it comes to mental health treatment.
“I just don’t think people with mental illness can recover from another failed promise,” Smith said.
The department said it still doesn’t have an accurate count of the number of mentally ill residents in homes. DOJ wrote in July 2011 that 5,800 people with mental illness live at 288 adult care homes with at least 20 beds where people with mental illness comprise at least 10 percent of the population.
The action plan is one solution to deal with intertwined legal and government challenges involving North Carolina’s adult care homes, whose residents include people with chronic health problems, Alzheimer’s disease or mental illness. the homes don’t have medically intensive services that are found in nursing homes.
The state budget also set aside another $40 million in part to provide assistance to adult care homes that aren’t expected to receive some Medicaid reimbursements when a streamlined policy for personal care services goes into effect soon.
The plan’s unveiling came on the 22nd anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act. the 2010 complaint by Disability Rights North Carolina also was filed on Thursday’s date.
Building on its reputation for innovation and performance, PING has introduced several new products this week, including the Anser adjustable driver, which is offered in four high-performance shafts, the new Tour wedge with Gorge Groove Technology and the Serene family, specifically engineered for female golfers. All the new products will be available in golf shops later this summer and fall.
“Our newest products continue our emphasis on custom-engineering — designing technology that meets the needs of distinct player profiles,” said John a. Solheim, PING Chairman & CEO. “Through extensive research and analysis, which includes player testing of every skill level both men and women, we’ve advanced performance in several categories. For example, in the Anser driver, we added an adjustable hosel without adversely affecting the weighting properties that are so critical to overall performance. Our new Serene driver features a high-balance-point shaft, which allowed us to lengthen the shaft ½ inch while maintaining the same overall weight so women can swing a longer club to generate more distance. It’s these types of improvements that continually lead to lower scores and more enjoyment for golfers.”
New products include the Anser® line, which features adjustable drivers and fairway woods, a traditionally shaped hybrid and a forged, multi-material iron; Tour wedges with Gorge™ Groove Technology; the Serene™ women’s family of drivers, fairway woods, blended iron/hybrid sets and putters; and the Nome® 500 long putter with an adjustable shaft.
The Anser adjustable driver enables golfers to fine-tune trajectory through a combination of loft adjustment and shaft selection. The players can add or subtract ½ degree of loft and also choose one of four high-performance shafts to perfectly fit their swing — a process PING calls Trajectory Tuning™. The shafts are the PING TFC 800D, Aldila Phenom, Fujikura Blur Red, and the Mitsubishi Diamana ‘ahina. they vary in weight, stiffness profile, and the trajectory they deliver.
“Shaft fitting is a very important step in optimising trajectory so golfers can benefit from greater distance and accuracy,” Solheim said. “It was important that we have a range of high- performance shafts to match distinct player profiles. When combined with the loft adjustability, golfers will see significant improvement in their performance by adjusting their driver to suit the weather, course conditions or changes in their swings. a PING Certified Clubfitter will help determine the best shaft option based on how a player loads the club, their timing, and swing speed.”
Solheim said PING also advanced adjustability in its Anser driver and fairway woods by engineering its adjustable-hosel technology to be lightweight and sleek so it wouldn’t compromise performance.
“Most adjustable hosels are large and heavy, which takes weight away from more important areas of the club-head,” he said. “Our adjustable hosel is the same diameter and mass as our traditional fixed hosel. we saved weight through its sleek design and by using a lightweight titanium screw and an aluminum hosel sleeve. Looking down at the club from the address position, there’s a seamless transition from the shaft to the head.”
The Anser driver is available in 8.5º, 9.5º, 10.5º and 12º lofts. The Anser fairway woods are offered in 3-wood (14.5º), 4-wood (16.5º), and 5-wood (18.5º). Each is adjusted using aPINGtorque wrench, which loosens the club-head so golfers can set the loft to the desired position. in addition to changing loft, adjusting the hosel position allows a player to adjust the set-up face angle to his or her preference. Adjusting the hosel to the (+) position adds loft and closes the face, while the (–) position decreases loft and opens the face.
Gorge™ Grooves in the Tour wedge
PING’s new Tour wedge features an innovation called Gorge Groove Technology, designed to maximise spin and control. The grooves are precision-milled at the company’s Phoenix plant, allowing the company’s machinists to hold very tight tolerances and to monitor every groove variable: top-edge radius, width, depth, spacing, and wall angle. “We believe this to be the best-performing groove design in the industry. By taking the unprecedented step of bringing the groove milling process entirely in-house, we’re able to ensure the highest quality and performance. Players are going to be excited when they see how much control and consistency they have with the Tour wedge,” Solheim said.
Tour wedges are available in three sole widths to accommodate different swing styles and playing conditions: the WS (Wide Sole); the TS (Thin Sole), and the SS (Standard Sole). “This is another opportunity to help the golfer find the wedge that fits their game based on their angle of attack and the course conditions they play most often. Each of the options allows the golfer to open up the face and play any type of shot they want in a given situation.”
Adjustable Belly and Long Putter Shafts
Adjustability isn’t limited to the Anser driver and fairway woods. Earlier this year, PING was the first major golf company to introduce a USGA/R&A-conforming adjustable-length belly shaft with the Nome 405. Since then, it has added an adjustable-length long putter shaft with the Nome 500. “We saw an opportunity to expand on adjustability into the belly and long putter categories because getting the proper length in those type of putters varies greatly. The technology is easy to use and golfers can quickly modify the length of their putter to fit their body type, posture, and putting stroke,” said Solheim.
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Of all the golf equipment advancements in the last 15 years, nothing compares to the improvements made to the once simple, flawed golf ball. the most expensive golf balls are technological marvels, and the best values are probably one step below the highest end of the market.
Meanwhile, high handicappers who lose a lot of golf balls and therefore do not want to spend more than 75 cents per new ball are no longer relegated to rock hard, inferior orbs found only in discount racks where you would pick through a collection of what seemed like industry rejects.
It’s a different world now. I was recently at a Golf Galaxy, and they were selling two 15-ball boxes of the Noodle golf ball for $25. the Noodle may not be a premium ball, but it is especially helpful for those with swing speeds of about 85 miles an hour or less (the majority of golfers). and it’s a deal.
Near the Noodle, they were selling a dozen Top-Flite Gamer V2 balls for $20. that may be the best three-piece ball by price you will find anywhere. and it tends to sell out quickly.
At the high end of the category, where balls sell for $40 a dozen or more, it’s hard to go wrong with any brand. They’re all high-performance balls. the Titleist Pro V1 and V1x ($48) are the runaway best sellers for a reason. but Nike’s 20XI balls ($46 a dozen) have made technological advances. Callaway, unlike most everyone else, has done us all a service and lowered the confusion by combining its premium offerings into one ball: the Hex Black Tour ($46).
But the most fruitful place to shop for golf balls if you aren’t losing, say, six balls per round is in the middle of the pack. A few favorites: Callaway’s Hex Chrome ($36), which is a tour quality golf ball in disguise; Titleist’s Velocity ($27), a distance ball from the industry leader; and Nike’s Vapor Black ($25), forgiving and longer at a nice price.
One of the most important shots out on the golf course is the approach shot to the green. if you hit a good approach shot to the green, you set yourself up for a birdie opportunity. if you hit a poor approach shot, you could be looking at trying to save par, or even worse. this is why you should spend some quality practice time hitting approach shots to the green.
Hitting an approach shot can be difficult for most high handicap golfers. It requires a little skill. It’s not like hitting a tee shot into a big open fairway. With an approach shot you’re looking to hit it as close to the pin as possible. Let’s take a closer look at the different kinds of approach shots and what you can do to make some improvements to your golf game.
There are several different approach shots used in golf such as the pitch shot, chip shot and the flop shot.
Pitch Shot this golf shot is used from between 50-110 yards out away from the green. you will be using your pitching wedge for this shot, hence the name pitch shot. Your pitching wedge will allow you to have more control over the distance of your shot and keep you from flying your golf ball way over the green.
Be sure to open your golf stance a little more than usual. Your right foot (if you’re right-handed) should be directly in line with the golf ball. Use a full swing with this shot. Don’t try to use a half or three-quarter swing, because you run a high risk of hitting the ball fat. Follow through on your back swing as you normally do. you may want to choke down on the grip to get better control, or to lower the distance the golf ball will travel. never try to guide the ball, let the golf club do the work.
Chip Shot the chip shot can be a great shot to master for your golf game. the idea of the chip shot is to hit it a short distance and let the golf ball roll toward the hole. Ideally, you want the ball to travel 1/3 of the way to the hole and let it roll the other 2/3 of the way. so, use the chip shot when you have a lot of green in front of you to work with.
When hitting the chip shot you will want to use a less lofted club, like a 7 or 8 iron. Line yourself up with right foot across from the ball. Keep more of your weight on your left side. you will use a half swing for this shot and finish with a half follow through. again, don’t try to guide the ball, let the club do the work.
Flop Shot this shot will take a lot of practice to master. you want to use the flop shot when you have to fly the golf ball over a sand trap, or perhaps a small tree that is in front of you and the pin. you will use the highest lofted golf club in your bag, usually a 60-degree wedge. the object is to get the ball up as high as possible and have it drop down and stick where it lands. Use a wide-open stance with this shot and try to pop the ball up. It will take a lot of practice to hit this shot effectively.
There is a good chance that as a high handicap golfer you are still using the pitching wedge (PW) and sand wedge (SW) that came included in your set of irons. whilst the irons may perform well for you, there is a good chance that improvements could be made by adding specialist wedges into your bag.
If the wedges you currently use feature a cavity back head design then look at the wedges that use a more ‘bladed’ shape as this will improve your feel, control and precision around the green.
Typically your pitching wedge will have around 48 degrees of loft, with your sand wedge having 56 degrees. Changing these two to a specialist wedge will certainly help but also consider adding either a gap wedge (52 degrees) or a lob wedge (60 degrees). This will give you many more options around the green and, especially with the lob wedge, will allow to use a full swing from just around the green or in a greenside bunker and hit a high, soft landing shot.
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May 8 Some golfers fear changes from an operations review.
By Jessica Hall Writer
PORTLAND — The city’s municipal golf course will be scrutinized by a consultant, in what could be the first step toward having a management firm run the day-to-day operations.
The city has received bids from five consulting companies to evaluate the Riverside Municipal Golf course and recommend potential improvements.
The prospect of an outside firm examining the 240-acre course has churned up an issue that began last year and raised fears among golfers about a new manager raising fees or buying the course.
While Riverside is not for sale, city officials acknowledge that there may be a better way to run the money-losing course.
The course, one of six municipal courses in Maine, has lost almost $200,000 since 2001.
It is projected to break even this year, said Mike Bobinsky, the city’s director of public services.
"We want to look at how well we do vis-a-vis the industry, get tips on how we can improve," said City Councilor John Anton.
"People fear a third party managing it. That’s not the objective, but nothing is off the table."
Anton said the city will use the plan suggested by the consulting firm to hold the golf course staff accountable and help measure Riverside against similar municipal courses.
"We will ask the consultant to weigh the pros and cons of outside management," said Bobinsky. "this is not for the selling of the golf course."
Portland and cities ranging from Bangor to Duluth, Minn., to Indianapolis, have looked at ways to better operate their city-owned golf courses.
There are 2,431 municipal courses nationwide, according to the National Golf Foundation. Cities develop municipal courses to provide an affordable option for a pricey sport.
Riverside golfers expressed mixed opinions Monday about who should manage the 18-hole North course and the nine-hole South course.
"The city should get out of the business of running a course. they don’t know the business of golf," said Peter Beal, who has played at the North course for five years. "Let someone else lose the money."
Will Bartlett, who has been a member at Riverside since 1967, said, "I think it’s very well run. Nothing good can come from the idea of an outside firm running things."
The idea of outsourcing Riverside’s management has been raised periodically over the years when money has been tight. The issue resurfaced last year when the City Council’s Finance Committee looked for a new contractor to run the restaurant at the North course clubhouse.
The committee asked its staff to develop a business plan for Riverside, which has been owned and managed by the city since it was built in the 1930s.
At that point, Harris Golf, a Bath-based company that owns or manages seven courses in Maine, submitted an unsolicited proposal to manage Riverside. That raised concerns among golfers that an outside firm could come in and increase fees.
Harris said the course has changed too much from its original plan, with bunkers filled in and greens shrunk — an issue the current greenskeeper is trying to address.
Golfers also have complained about flooding from the Presumpscot River, which runs along one side of the course.
A year later, no major changes have been made, except for plans for a new clubhouse for the South course.
In the evaluation, city officials want a consultant to examine the course from top to bottom — from customer service and rounds of golf played, to capital investment plans and advertising, said Bobinsky.
The review also will look at winter sports at Riverside, such as cross-country skiing, skating and snow-shoeing.
"It’s a timely opportunity to look at the management structure," said Mayor Michael Brennan. "What’s best for the city is an open-ended question. What’s the best management structure? Does it make sense for the city to manage it, or an outside firm?"
Regardless of who runs the course, Brennan said, "you don’t want to lose money."
Riverside’s revenues for 2012 are projected to be $829,993, said Bobinsky.
That’s below the average of $1.32 million for an 18-hole course in Maine, and below the national average of $1.46 million, according to Todd Gabe, an economist with the University of Maine.
An annual membership for the 18-hole North course costs $735 for residents and $935 for non-residents.
Membership at the South course costs $485 for residents and $600 for non-residents.
In comparison, the privately owned, 18-hole Sable Oaks Golf Club in South Portland charges $1,550 a year for a membership.
Five out-of-state consulting firms submitted bids to review Riverside.
Harris Golf did not submit a bid. a decision on the bids is expected in the coming weeks, Bobinsky said.
The bidders are Trademark Golf Management of Alpharetta, Ga.; National Golf Foundation Consulting Inc. of Jupiter, Fla.; Golf Convergence Inc. of Castle Rock, Colo.; Sirius Golf Advisors of Dallas and Touchstone Golf Consulting Services of Hailey, Idaho. The bids range from about $18,000, for Touchstone Golf, to about $22,440, for Golf Convergence.
Staff Writer Jessica Hall can be contacted at 791-6316 or at:
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Not long ago I was asked my opinion of what have been the most significant advances in golf club technology over the past century. such a list has to include improvements such as steel shafts replacing hickory, perimeter weighted irons and metal woods replacing blades and wooden heads, titanium driver heads with their higher COR, and graphite shafts to lighten the total weight of golf clubs, just to name a few.
I also believe the latest entry on such a list should include hybrid clubs, but only if the hybrids are correctly fit to golfers for the purpose of truly taking their place as a part of each golfer’s iron set, rather than to simply be an alternative to a fairway wood or a club which still leaves distances on the course for which the golfer has no easy to hit club.
What do I mean?
The golf industry’s practice of ever decreasing the loft of irons over the past thirty years has gotten to the point that the vast majority of golfers do not possess the ability to hit the 3-, 4- and even the 5-iron consistently enough to even merit having the clubs in their bag.
Evolution of Iron Lofts
Head – Pre-1970s – PresentAverage
2-iron – 20* – N/A
3-iron – 24* – 20.5*
4-iron – 28* – 23.5*
5-iron – 32* – 26*
6-iron – 36* – 30*
7-iron – 40* – 34*
8-iron – 44* – 38*
9-iron – 48* – 42.5*
PW – 52* – 47*
AW – N/A – 51*
SW – 56* – 56*
Note: Present lofts represent an average among standard made irons today.
This condition of “shrinking loft disease” in the irons most certainly is what has opened the door to allow hybrid clubs to step in to offer a truly positive solution for golfers who find the modern #3, 4 and 5 irons more difficult to hit consistently well. Unfortunately, because hybrid clubs sold off the shelf run the gauntlet in terms of lengths and lofts, simply buying hybrid clubs off the shelf will not bring about the best possible results for all golfers. Some hybrids are built the same length as fairway woods. most are made to lengths in between those of the longer irons and fairway woods, while few are offered in the same lengths as the low loft conventional irons that need to be replaced.
The most effective way to custom fit every golfer for hybrid clubs is to start by fitting the golfer for hybrids with the same length and the same loft as the irons the golfer finds difficult to hit consistently well. most golfers will find it very helpful to replace the 5-iron with a hybrid as well.
Citing economic hardships and personal health challenges, the owner of two BeachFire restaurants in San Clemente and Ladera Ranch announced Wednesday that the restaurants are being sold and are closing for remodeling.
On BeachFire’s website, owner Dave Donaldson wrote: “Both BeachFire locations will be closed for approximately 30 days starting immediately for remodeling and completion of the ownership sales. I regret the abrupt and sudden closing and know it will undoubtedly create undue hardships for our employees and communities. This has been a difficult decision made with great reflection and thought, along with professional advice and support. The closing allows for the completion of the sales and the necessary remodeling and improvements that will preserve the strength and future of the brand.”
Donaldson, who opened the original BeachFire in San Clemente in 2002, said the chain’s third restaurant, Irons in the Fire at San Clemente Municipal Golf Course, remains open during the transition.
Donaldson’s open letter to the communities of San Clemente and Ladera Ranch:
“BeachFire has enjoyed the unique privilege of being a part of your neighborhood, supporting your community and serving you and your families. we appreciate being a part of your celebrations and your lives. we have sparked many friendships by providing a place for people to connect and enjoy each other’s company. for that we sincerely thank you.
“Over the past few years, BeachFire has been struggling to recover from our sinking economy. we are not alone; many of you have felt the impact at home and see the many struggling or closed businesses around you. as the sole owner, these challenges have taken a huge toll on my already compromised health. I have endured two stress-related heart surgeries within the last year. so I have decided to sell ownership of the current restaurant locations.
“BeachFire is not done, and as I like to say, we’re just getting started. But things have changed significantly and will continue to change. …
“At this time, I cannot share information about the buyers other than there are separate parties for each location. I have been very thoughtful about to whom I would sell each location. I selected owners that have communicated the desire to serve and support the community, as well as carry on the restaurant’s mission and maintain the staff.
“Although I will not be an owner of a current location, I am not done with BeachFire and still hold the trademark and future development rights. I will continue to put my heart and soul into ensuring BeachFire has a smooth and successful transition.
“Again, thank you for the opportunity to serve your communities and share in your lives.”
Adam Golf hybrid irons makes available with all the products that are required for the golfers. However, they are well known for the hybrid irons they produce and are able to become the leading company. It uses a technology known as the patented gapping that makes the best use of the iron.
There are lots of improvements in the irons as compared to the old ones. The foremost improvement is on the launching conditions and secondly, it has made it easy to hit a long distance also. This one is specially designed to help those players who are intended to improve their gaming performance. The purchase of the hybrid irons can be done individually.
The weight of the hybrid iron is not much high. It is divided into eight parts. The 3, 4 and 5-hybrids are round shape with a draw bias so as to help the player. The mid-hybrids help in optimizing the distance and in hitting the target. It is easy to use and covering a longer distance also becomes easy using it due to the use of the latest technology.
These hybrid irons by Adams Golf are available in the market for both men and women with some of the latest features which are also available in the men‘s sets. but the design is created in such a way that it suits the women only.
It is useful for the handicaps as well who have weak physical strength. It is easy to hold and lunch the ball. Hence, the hybrids can be beneficial for those people wanting to increase their performance and feel comfortable. The design is extraordinary with perfect finish.
The price of the hybrid irons can range in between $200 to $800. Online ordering can be done and some of them even provide with free shipping.