first_img2218 Arnold Palmer Drive Sanctuary CoveA drop down in-ceiling TV with a Bose surround sound-system completes this five-star bedroom. The media room has a C-Bus system throughout. The eight-car basement comes complete with storage, polished floors and artwork on the walls. 2218 Arnold Palmer Drive Sanctuary CoveSITTING proudly on the fairways of the only Arnold Palmer designed golf course in the country, this stunning property could be Australia’s best golf-front residence. Owned by Duncan Forrest and his wife Judy, the Hope Island home – exuding opulence, style and luxury – is in a gated community overlooking The Pines golf course. 2218 Arnold Palmer Drive Sanctuary CoveSoaring ceilings and neutral tones combine with a split-level design to set the scene of a beautiful mansion.The couple said the design was perfectly planned when they bought the 1,379sq m block 11 years ago.“We have built a number of homes in the past,” Mr Forrest said. 2218 Arnold Palmer Drive Sanctuary CoveMore from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North10 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“When it came to designing this property we took all our favourite features and ideas from our previous homes and put them together to create this design. It a work of art.” Bi-fold doors in the open-plan living and dining room creates a seamless flow between indoor and outdoor living spaces, bringing in views of the manicured gardens. Styled by interior designer John O’Hara, the house is being sold fully-furnished, including the piano and bagpipes. “My wife and I always get an interior designer to style the home after we build,” Mr Forrest said. 2218 Arnold Palmer Drive Sanctuary Cove“Every house has a different personality and therefore needs its own personal style. Everything is for sale, even the bagpipes and the coffee machine.” There are four ensuited bedrooms with the main bedroom resembling a hotel with a private dressing room and steam room. last_img read more

first_imgWhile attending the state track meeting a few weeks ago, I learned that in two years all high school coaches will have to be licensed by the IHSAA.  One of the things that each of them will have to do is pass a course on recognizing the symptoms of a concussion.   This is already in place in most states.  The head coaches in Indiana already must do this.  Coaches also must pass CPR and other emergency response procedures.What is new is that to obtain this license and then retain it, you must constantly take courses to upgrade these skills.  I am not opposed to having a coach be proficient in these skills, but with so many lay coaches now filling positions in high schools, I wonder what this will do to filling staffs for 17 or more high school sports.  This will also include junior high as far as I understand.It will soon be easier to be a regular teacher and retain a license than it will be to coach a high school sport.  Are we really moving in the right direction?last_img read more