No doubt, you will have to go through a few travel portals and through websites of different airlines to know, where is it that you will get the best deal. You will get to experience the local fervour of the country, something that you will miss out on in the resorts. Inside the Leather: This refers to a measurement employed to determine whether the putt is a gimmie. Some even come with variable interest rates, which are initially on the lower side, but rise after sometime. This leads to low and sometimes slicing shot, which could travel a long distance.
Flush: This is one of the golfing terms all the golfers yearn to hear. Ground Under Repair: This means exactly what it implies to be, that the ground is under repair by the maintenance crew. X: When a score cannot be determined, because a play on the hole was not finished, it is called X. Geese are medium to large in size and can be domesticated easily. Fort Lauderdale: This is a synonym for the golf format called scramble. Break: The allusion to the amount the path of the ball curves when putt or, the level of curvature or slope of the greens is called 'Break'. It also means sharing of family duties. These days more and more people are jet setting from one location to the other. The winner here is the one who has the lowest number of putts. Buggy: It helps carry a golfer's bag of clubs around the course or it is also referred to as a passenger golf cart.
In fact, all nine sites provided different fares on separate browsers at the same time at least once, although it occurred most frequently on Google Flights (12) and Kayak (8). Out of the 42 pairs that differed, 25 resulted in higher fares (by as much as $121) and 17 resulted in lower fares (up to $84 less) for the scrubbed browser. So to book flight tickets increase your chances of finding the lowest fare, search for flights multiple times and over multiple days, both with and without the cookies cleared from your browser. Other Shopping Tips Cover all the bases. Before booking a fare on an online travel agency such as Expedia or Orbitz, search google.com/flights to see all of the carriers that serve the route youre flying, then check the airlines own sites to see if you can find an even lower fare. Be flexible. Consumer Reports found that fares could vary considerably for flights just hours apart, and at crosstown airports. All of those sites offer filters to help you narrow or broaden such choices, though Kayaks were found to be best. Use price alerts. Kayaks, for instance, will email you weekly or even daily notices when the price falls -- helpful when youre shopping for fares well in advance.
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The Islamists, easily Jordan's biggest organized political grouping, had shunned previous elections in protest at a system that skews representation toward thinly populated rural areas dominated by tribal politics, rather than the cities, where the Brotherhood is strong. But under pressure from a government crackdown that followed Islamist-led protests in the wake of the Arab Spring, the Brotherhood's political arm, the Islamic Action Front (IAF), ditched its "Islam is the Solution" slogan and joined Christians and prominent national figures to create the National Coalition for Reform (NCR). Preliminary results from Tuesday's election indicated that the NCR had won at least 16 of the 130 seats. Zaki Bani Rusheid, a prominent Brotherhood leader, said the NCR would seek alliances with others to try to form an effective opposition. Although Jordan has no ruling party, its government, appointed by King Abdullah, has for years faced little or no opposition from a parliament dominated by pro-government tribal leaders, businessmen and ex-security officials, often elected on promises to address local rather than national concerns. MODEST STEP Although the NCR will not be able to block legislation or cabinet appointments, it should nevertheless bring livelier debate to what has been almost a rubber-stamp assembly whose passivity has allowed successive governments to enact draconian temporary laws restricting public freedoms. Although the vote represents a modest step in the democratization process launched by the king, a staunch U.S. ally, as he seeks to insulate Jordan from the conflicts at its borders, the NCR is likely to use the platform to air demands for a more representative electoral system. The alliance won at least one seat in nearly every major multi-member constituency, according to initial results. In the capital's affluent third district, home to many government agencies as well as much of the business and political elite, the alliance won three of seven seats. Although the national turnout was a mere 37 percent, analysts said it would have been significantly lower if the Islamists had not taken part.