Yes. "Dynamic Content" is a buzz word which basically means a web page or part of a web page which is built "on the fly."
For instance, if you were presented with a page on which you could request all of the golf tournaments in South Africa to be contested next Tuesday, it is probable that the result page was built "dynamically" and that a database was involved.
It is less likely, although possible, that someone had built a static web page to display this type of frequently changing information. In short, if it has been done, or can be done, on the Internet, chances are that we have already done it or that we have the capabilities to do it. Just ask.