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Croatian tourist agency and this year organizes an awards ceremony “Golden Pen”, which is awarded to foreign journalists for the best media coverage of Croatia as a tourist destination. The Golden Pen project enables continuous cooperation and informing foreign media about Croatian tourism and spreading positive news about opportunities in Croatian tourism, maintaining a positive image of Croatia as a desirable tourist destination and Croatian tourism in the world in general.This year’s “Golden Pen” is the 14th edition, and along with the Croatian National Tourist Board, this year’s co-organizer and host is the Osijek-Baranja County Tourist Board. The awards ceremony will be held on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at the Hotel Osijek, starting at 20:00.This year’s edition of the “Golden Pen” will bring together a total of 32 representatives of foreign media from Europe and the United States, who will, in addition to the awards ceremony, participate in a study trip that includes a tour of Slavonia – Osijek, Dalj, Erdut and Djakovo. In previous years, the hosts of the Golden Pen were Zagreb, Split, Rovinj, Dubrovnik, Čakovec, Osijek, Otočac, Zadar, Šibenik, Split, Mali Lošinj and now Osijek.A day later, on Thursday, June 14.06.2018, XNUMX, the director of the Croatian Tourist Board, Kristjan Staničić, will meet with the directors of the tourist boards of the counties from the area of the Slavonia cluster. The agenda of the meeting includes topics related to joint advertising in public and private sector campaigns, fair appearances and special presentations, as well as other important promotional activities with the aim of even stronger market positioning of Slavonia.
Brown said: ” I hit it really well coming in, the last 11 holes. I made a couple of length putts and capitalised on the short ones. ” It’s a hard golf course, if you’re out of position you are immediately playing for par. Fortunately I drove it good and hit a lot of good iron shots today,” Brown added in an interview on the PGA Tour website. Loupe had two eagles, four birdies and two bogeys as he and Brown led fellow countrymen Billy Horschel, Patton Kizzire, Tom Hoge, Rob Hoppenheim and Harold Varner III by a single stroke. A seven-way tie on five under par included Americans Gary Woodland, Brendan Steele, Scott Stallings, Matt Every and Chesson Hadley. Also sharing eighth place were South Korea’s KJ Choi and Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama. Scotland’s Martin Laird and Ireland’s Paul Dunne featured in a 19-way tie for 15th on three under which also included Patrick Reed and Phil Mickelson. Ireland’s Shane Lowry and England’s Justin Rose both had rounds of one under to tie for 54th. Defending champion Jason Day had gone into the tournament hoping to be competitive despite suffering from a virus but he ended the opening round tied forth 76th on even par in a group which also included England’s Brian Davis. English pair Greg Owen and Paul Casey both shot one over par rounds of 73 to be in a tie for 90th place. The duo were tied on six under par after both opened with rounds of 66 with Brown having eight birdies and two bogeys in his round. Brown played the more difficult South Course whereas Loupe’s opening round was on the North Course. Americans Scott Brown and Andrew Loupe shared the lead as home players occupied the first seven places after the first round of the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines. Press Association