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How To: Become a tour guide

Learn about the career of a professional tour director in this free series of world travel videos from our tour guide authority. Cherie Anderson suggests that you start your career by guiding tours around your area, then move up to tours in other parts of the United States; before you know it, you’ll be traveling the world! She also tells you how to get hired as a cruise ship director. Plus find out such insider information as what to wear, how to focus your tour narration and how much you sh...

News: The Gorilla Tour-Guide

My prank will be on steve-o and chris pontius. This prank is also like the taxi prank because it is a reverse prank. Steve-o and chris will think that the prank is they will be pretending to get attacked by a man in a realistic gorilla suit, like the gorilla suit from an episode from mtv's punked. The real prank will be that a Herd of full speed bulls will run out into the gorilla enclosures and we get to watch Tour guides Steve and Chris run for their lives! Also there will be a pit of water...

How To: Use the Apple iPhone 3GS with this helpful guided tour

Thinking of buying the new Apple iPhone 3GS? This video tutorial straight from Apple is an iPhone 3GS guided tour, which takes you through a demo of the features of the fastest, most powerful iPhone yet. iPhone 3GS features video recording, video editing, voice control, up to 32GB of storage, a digital compass, mms messaging, internet tethering, voice memos, and more.

How To: Use the Motorola Droid software

This video gives a tour of the Motorola Droid software. The video begins with the user turning on the cell phone and guides you through navigating the gui (graphic user interface). The easy to use Youtube desktop widget is featured as well as the scrolling desktop that's moved by a flick of the finger tip in either a left to right or right to left direction.

How To: Equip your golf bag in World Golf Tour

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to equip their golf bag in World Golf Tour. Begin by visiting the World Golf Tour website and enter the main menu. Then click on My Settings and select My clubs. Here, users are able to select a club that they want to play with for the next round. The upper blue section represents the clubs that are currently in your bag. The lower section represents all the clubs that you own, sorted by type. When finished editing and customize your club selection, c...

How To: Hack Hell Tour with Cheat Engine (12/29/09)

Trevor4Ever595 shows us how to hack Hell Tour on Kongregate tours. First start the game by clicking 'New Game'. Complete the first level. Once you're on level two complete it as usual, and at level three you can start doing stuff. Open the cheat engine, click the process list, and click on your browser. Multiply your souls by 8 and put it into first scan. Go back to the game use some of your soul and then open cheat engine and multiply it by 8 again. Go down and click the frozen box on your c...

How To: Clean the trackball on a BlackBerry Tour 9630

Follow these simple instructions from Zeevideo to clean the track ball on the RIM BlackBerry Tour 9630 device. Using two simple items: a clean sheet of paper and a pair of scissors can clear most of your track ball issues. The BlackBerry Tour 9630 dose not have a removable track ball unit so to clean the trackball cut a small piece of paper that can be use to manure under the inset of the trackball, using your thumb move the trackball to the side allowing just enough space to slid the slip of...

How To: Have tour-like spin on your golf wedge shot

Want tour-like spin on your swing? There are several keys to imparting tour-like spin on your wedge shots, including proper set up, a correct angle of attack, and quality contact. Tim Mahoney, Director of Education for Troon Golf, explains these keys and how you can make them part of your game.

How To: Play "Need You Now" by Lady Antebellum on guitar with Dave Haywood

As a touring musician, you never really have a lot of time to sit down and do things like this, but you're in for a treat. Lady Antebellum's guitar player Dave Haywood gives you an in-depth video lesson on how to play the rhythm gutiar part in "Need You Know" while out on their Keith Urban tour. You will learn the chords that he used and also some of the methods that he used in fingering his chords, as well as putting the capo on the 4th. fret. Although what isn't clear is what tuning his gui...

How To: Use a Sony video camera

Cosmo Crow and Mark Hannah take you on a tour of the Sony DSR cameras in these how-to videos. The first video segment deals more with setting up the camera tripod. Then, Mark and Cosmo continue their tour of the Sony Camera with an in depth explanation of the Lens and all its functions. Finish up with the final installment, which will teach you how to operate the switches on the main body of the Sony Camera. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to set up and use the Sony Camera.

How To: Putt in World Golf Tour

In this video we learn how to putt in World Golf Tour. When putting, you need to determine where and how hard to hit your putt by reading the green. Click reverse to see the putt from behind the hole. The severity of the break is shown by the dots on the grid and how fast they are moving. Next, read the slope of the grid by looking at the colors on the green. The pointer will also tell you how much uphill or downhill there is on the putt. Then, adjust your pointer to where you want to hit it ...

How To: Read your lie in World Golf Tour

In this video, we learn how to read your lie in World Golf Tour. To get the most accurate shot, it's important to read your lie before you swing. This tells you exactly how your ball is hitting the surface before you hit it. Take notice when hitting in the rough or sand. If it's buried, the ball will not travel as far as it would from the fairway. Your best option is to choose an 8 or 9 iron to move the ball from the sand to the fairway. Have fun when you are playing and use your best opinion.

How To: Play a multiplayer game in World Golf Tour

In this video, we learn how to play a multiplayer game in World Golf Tour. First, go to main menu and then choose "play with a group". From here, choose the stroke play or match play game. Also choose the player rank, mode, and number of holes you want to play. Once you do this, click "continue" and invite people to play in your game. You can type in the username you want to play or choose people from your friend list. You can also click on the "anyone" button and then start the game when all...

How To: Play a matchplay challenge game in World Golf Tour

In this video, we learn how to play a match play challenge game in World Golf Tour. This is where you can challenge other players and earn credits from the other player. Play players that are in the same tier or have similar skill level. To play, select the match play challenge option from the main menu. From the game lobby, select the play for credits option and enter in the minimum or what amount you'd like. From here, click "submit" and then start to play your game. As soon as you finish y...

How To: Choose the right shot in World Golf Tour

In this tutorial, we learn how to choose the right shot in World Golf Tour. The game will automatically choose the shot for you. You can find the different shots by clicking on the current swing selection on the bottom left hand corner. A full swing is the most common type of shot that delivers the most power. A punch shot is a flatter and shorter swing that causes the ball to fly lower during high wind. A pitch shot is a controlled swing that is used around the greens. A chip shot is compact...

How To: Purchase virtual golf clubs in World Golf Tour

In this video we learn how to purchase clubs in World Golf Tour. Go to the pro shop and upgrade the golf equipment your player uses. To access this, click on the pro shop link on the top of the main menu. You can search by your favorite brand or just browse by the item that you need. Pay attention to the benefits panel when you are searching for different products. When choosing clubs, consider the club's cost and then buy it by clicking on the "buy now" button. You will be prompted to confir...

How To: Choose the right club in World Golf Tour

In this video, we learn how to choose the right club in World Golf Tour. First, judge your distance, check the wind, and pay attention to elevation. To change clubs, click on the club you have selected. Once clicked, a panel will appear with all the clubs in your bag. Click the club that you want and it will appear in the bottom left hand corner of the screen. Scroll through your clubs using the wheel on your mouse. The yards will change when you mouse over each of the different clubs that wi...

How To: Purchase WGT credits in World Golf Tour

In this video we learn how to purchase WGT credits in World Golf Tour. You can purchase credits or you can win them by placing in the top percents of tournaments. You can upgrade your equipment with the credits and out of the crowded free tournaments. In the Pro Shop, you can also buy new golf balls, gear, and clubs. Like in real life, having the right drive or putter can give you the advantage in tournaments. To see how many credits you have, go to the WGT website and go to your account. Fro...

How To: Put a spin on your ball in World Golf Tour

In this tutorial, we learn how to put a spin on your ball in World Golf Tour. This will help control the roll of the ball when it hits the surface. Putting backspin on the ball decreases flight distance of shot and reduces roll. To put backspin on the ball, move the green dot towards the bottom of the ball in the bottom right hand corner of the ball. For topspin, move the green dot towards the top of the ball. Knowing where to put the spin on your ball is difficult and takes a lot of practice...

How To: Aim in World Golf Tour

How to aim your shot in World Golf Tour in four easy steps. When aiming for a shot, simply click the target and drag it on your desired location. The Yardage Indicator will change as you move the target closer or further. If it turns red that means that you positioned it outside the maximum carry distance for that club. You can also consider changing your club. Hit the Space Bar or click on Zoom to give you the aerial view to get a closer look and adjust for a precise aim. Be sure to take the...

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