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Luxury Watches

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LPGA Tour Schedule

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Date: 14 July 1961 Course: Royal Birkdale Hole: 15th: 370 yards, par four (this is now the 16th) Club: Six-iron Distance to green: 124 yards


REMEMBERING A R N O L D

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iving up. Two words that all available evidence would suggest were not part of Arnold Palmer’s vocabulary. The American whose cavalier approach to the game won the hearts and minds of golf fans around the world did not know how to admit defeat. Rarely was that better illustrated than during The Open at Royal Birkdale in 1961. The weather had thrown everything at the players. On the Thursday, the second day, the winds that had kept the scores high reached 50mph so Palmer kept his tee shots low, using a one-iron throughout.


Legendary golfer Arnold Palmer hit a fantastic six-iron to find the green an win The Open in 1961. Ever the sportsman, he also called a penalty stroke on himself when the wind moved his ball during his downswing on the 510-yard, par-five 16th, even though no one else had seen the infringement. Thirty-six holes had been scheduled for the Friday but it rained so hard in the morning that the course was flooded and the tournament was delayed. The Championship Committee announced that play would not be extended beyond the Saturday, and if 72 holes In the rough: Arnold playing a shotby at then, RoyalThe Birkdale 1961be CREDIT: GETTY hadPalmer not been completed Openinwould declared void. Palmer was undaunted. “I’m willing to play in a rowboat if I have to,” he said, at once cementing his fast-growing popularity in Britain.

“He called a penalty stroke on himself when the wind moved his ball during his downswing on the 16th


Remarkably, the weather relented and in the final round Palmer gradually pulled clear of the field. Coming to the 370-yard, par-four 15th, he led by four strokes from the Welshman Dai Rees, and a first Open Championship title beckoned. Ever the sportsman, he also called a penalty stroke on himself when the wind moved his ball during his downswing on the 510-yard, par-five 16th, even though no one else had seen the infringement. Thirty-six holes had been scheduled for the


Friday but it rained so hard in the morning that the course was flooded and the tournament was delayed. The Championship Committee announced that play would not be extended beyond the Saturday, and if 72 holes had not been completed by then, The Open would be declared void. Palmer was undaunted. “I’m willing to play in a rowboat if I have to,” he said, at once cementing his fast-growing popularity in Britain.

Out came his six-iron and, carefully addressing a ball that hardly anyone else could see, he thrashed it out of trouble. “I never hit a ball so hard in my life,” he later said. Or so well. He found the green and two-putted for a par that proved to be vital. Rees made up three shots on the closing holes but Palmer, who the previous year had missed out on the trophy by a stroke to Kel Nagle, the Australian, held on to

Remarkably, the weather relented and in the final round Palmer gradually pulled clear of the field. Coming to the 370-yard, par-four 15th, he led by four strokes from the Welshman Dai Rees, and a first Open Championship title beckoned.

win by the same margin. To this day a plaque marking Palmer’s achievement stands in the spot, still framed by a rambling blackberry bush. Who would win The Open with a shot like that? Arnie would… The following year he made it back-to-back Opens, winning by six strokes at Royal Troon. No beating about the bush this time.

“Carefully addressing a ball that hardly anyone else could see, he thrashed it out of trouble”


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s much as half of the average homeowner’s monthly utility expenses go toward cooling and heating, according to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). For many households, that makes energy the largest home-related expense each month, next to a mortgage payment. Fortunately, numerous technological advances are making it easier than ever to manage home energy use. In fact, the DOE estimates you can save as much as 10 percent a year on energy costs by simply adjusting the temperature up or down when you’re away during the day. Installing a programmable thermostat that never forgets to adjust on a busy morning and kicks back on before you arrive home can help you earn these savings and reduce energy consumption.

Home Automation

Newer smart, programmable thermostats can be controlled remotely by internet-connected devices, such as tablets and smartphones. Some models can also monitor your energy usage and make further adjustments to how you operate your HVAC system. Lighting is another major energy challenge. However, smart light bulbs let you adjust your home’s ambiance (and energy usage) with just a couple of quick taps. Paired with motion sensors that detect movement (or a lack thereof) and adjust lighting accordingly, smart bulbs can help reduce the waste of energy caused by lighting unused rooms. Similarly, smartphone applications that connect to other appliances, utilities and home features offer the best of personalized comfort and convenience while providing tools to help minimize your home’s energy consumption.

Zoned Climate Control

If you’re like most homeowners, there are parts of your house that simply don’t get much use or only get used during certain times of the day. Maintaining the temperature in those uninhabited areas can be costly and wasteful. As an alternative, an option such as zoned climate control allows you to stay comfortable in the rooms you use without spending a fortune on energy bills.


While a zoned system is generally considered a premium home feature, it isn’t unattainable and actually offers long-term savings, due to its energyhomeowner chooses – which eliminates the “all on” feature of traditional air conditioners. A system like Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating’s Zoned Comfort Solutions offers a true zoning-system with convenient controls and automation, along with whisper-quiet operation. Both ducted and non-ducted units are available depending on the space and occupant needs. Additionally, some models have advanced contributing to improved air quality. For a new build, installing a zoned system from the outset is relatively simple. However, zoned systems are also a possible solution for replacing your home's HVAC system or rectifying a problem with a single uncomfortable room.

Pairing the system with sensors or remote app controls can bring operating costs even lower through computerized automation.

Renewable Energy

Another option to offset some of your home’s energy and utility costs is generating your own renewable energy through solar or wind power systems. Installation depends on many variables, such as how much energy you use, local codes and standards, and whether the house and surrounding terrain are situated to allow you to capture adequate natural power. For a home under construction, your builder should be able to offer guidance; for an existing home, contacting a local


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There are watches meant for sport, there are legacy watches meant to be passed down through generations, and then there are watches meant to inspire nothing but pure jealousy and lust. These luxury watches differ from others by virtue of unprecedented complication and the price that goes along with it. And real luxury watches are not appreciated by the vast majority of people that see them on the street but rather by a calling card for those true connoisseurs. This list will give you some of the very best and most coveted luxury watches on Earth


A. LANGE & SOHNE TOURBOGRAPH Quickly gaining a reputation as one of the world’s preeminent watch manufacturers, even on par with Patek Philippe, is A. Lange & Sohne. The limited Tourbograph features an incredible A. Lange tourbillon coupled with a split-second chronograph capable of measuring one-sixteenth of a second. Like the Breguet above, it uses a fusee and chain transmission, and in 2006, the Tourbograph won the Special Jury Prize at the Watchmaking Grand Prix.

$500,000


RICHARD MILLE RM027 Does it make sense for a watch to feature a tourbillon and cost $525,000 if it was designed to be worn while playing tennis? Absolutely not, but that’s part of the charm of the RM027. This watch weighs less than 20 grams and was actually sculpted to Rafael Nadal’s wrist and game so that he could wear it mid-match. The watch is so light that Richard Mille was forced to use plastic instead of glass for the crystal -- because using sapphire would have doubled the weight of the entire watch. Only 50 RM027s will see the light of day, and even at a half a million dollars, they are likely all accounted for.

$525,000


BREGUET LA TRADITION FUSEE TOURBILLON Breguet is known as the master of the tourbillon, and La Tradition Fusee is one of the most innovative models. It features a silicon balance wheel that is practically impervious to such annoying things as gravity, and uses a chain and fusee transmission system rarely found in wristwatches. Couple all that with the effortlessly chic Breguet name, and you have a seriously fawn-worthy watch.

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of the World’s Most Prestigious Golf Courses Prestige is, obviously, in the eye of the beholder. But some golf courses have clearly raised themselves above the pack based on their histories, the challenges they present, and the quality of golfers who’ve competed on each course over the decades -- or even the centuries.


The Old Course at St. Andrews The Old Course at St. Andrews in Scotland bills itself as the “Home of Golf,” and the course’s history proves that is no idle boast. Golf has been played on the site since around 1400, although the course has changed over the years. For example, in 1764 the course consisted of 22 holes. Several holes were eventually merged, leaving the course with 18, which is how the modern round of 18 holes was established. As of 2012, the Old Course has played host to 28 British Opens -more than has been conducted at any other location -- and the 29th is scheduled for 2015. St. Andrews Golf Links includes seven courses, all of which -- contrary to popular perception -- are open to the public. To play the Old Course, however, a man must have a handicap of no more than 24 and a woman may not have a handicap greater than 36. The par-72 course is 7,279 yards long.


The home of the Masters, Augusta National was voted the PGA Tour’s best course in a “Golf Digest” poll of tour players in 2012. After legendary amateur golfer Bobby Jones retired from the sport in 1930, his first golf-related project was to build a

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course in Augusta. With Alister MacKenzie as primary architect, the course was built in 1932, and it began playing host to an invitational event that became the Masters in 1934. The 6,905-yard par-72 course is most famous for “Amen Corner,” its 11th through 13th holes, which may be the most difficult three-hole stretch on any course in the world. Augusta National is a private course.


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professional championships, including five U.S. Opens as of 2012. The Open returns to Pebble in its centennial anniversary year, 2019.

The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers is one of the two oldest golfing societies, along with the Royal & Ancient Club at St. Andrews. Created in 1744, the company eventually built the current Muirfield Village Golf Club in 1891 in Gullane, Scotland. The par-71 course is 7,221 yards long and frequently features tricky wind conditions. The course plays host to its 16th British Open in 2013. Golfers with handicaps no greater than 18 may play the course year-round on Tuesdays and Thursdays.


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TPC Kuala Lumpur

23-29 S anderson Farms Championship

Country Club of J ackson

30-5 S hriners Hospitals for Children Open

TPC S ummerlin

Las Vegas, Nevada

6. 8

6-12 OHL Classic at Mayakoba

E l Camaleon GC

Playa del Carmen, Mexico

7. 1

S ea Island R esort

S t. Simons Island, Georgia

6. 2

Kapalua, Hawaii

6. 3

Honolulu, Hawaii

6. 2

1-7

S entry Tournament of Champions

Nine Bridges Sheshan International GC

Kapalua R esort

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia J eju Island, Korea Shanghai, China J ackson, Mississippi

7. 0 9.25 9.75 4. 3

8-14 S ony Open in Hawaii

Waialae Country Club

15-21 CareerBuilder Challenge

La Quinta Country Club

La Quinta, California

5.9

22-28 Farmers Insurance Open

Torrey Pines Golf Course

San Diego, California

6.9

Scottsdale, Arizona

6.9

29-4 Waste Management Phoenix Open

TPC Scottsdale

5-11 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Pebble Beach Golf Links

Pebble Beach, California

7.4

12-18 Genesis Open

The R iviera Country Club

Pacific Palisades, California

7. 2

19-25 The Honda Classic

PGA National

26-4 World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship

Club de Golf Chapultepec

26-4 Puerto R ico Open

Coco Beach Golf Club

5-11 Valspar Championship

Innisbrook Resort

Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

6. 6

Mexico City, Mexico

10. 0

R io Grande, Puerto R ico

3. 0

Palm Harbor, Florida

6.5

12-18 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard

Bay Hill Club and Lodge

Orlando, Florida

8. 9

19-25 World Golf Championships Dell

Austin Country Club

Austin, Texas

10.0

19-25 Corales Puntacana R esort & Club Championship

Corales Puntacana R esort

26-1 Houston Open

Golf Club of Houston

2-8

Augusta National Golf Club

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9-15 R BC Heritage

Harbour Town Golf Links

16-22 Valero Texas Open

TPC S an Antonio

23-29 Zurich Classic of New Orleans

TPC Louisiana

30-6 Wells Fargo Championship

Quail Hollow Club

7-13 THE PLAYE R S Championship

TPC S awgrass

14-20 AT&T Byron Nelson

Trinity Forest Golf Club

21-27 DE AN & DE LUCA Invitational

Colonial Country Club

28-3 the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide

Muirfield Village Golf Club

4-10 FedE x S t. J ude Classic

TPC S outhwind

11-17 U. S . Open #

Shinnecock Hills GC

18-24 Travelers Championship

TPC R iver Highlands

25-1 The National

To Be Announced

2-8

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The Greenbrier Classic

9-15 J ohn Deere Classic

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Carnoustie Golf Links

16-22 Barbasol Championship

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23-29 R BC Canadian Open

Glen Abbey Golf Club

Punta Cana, Dominican R epublic

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Humble, Texas

7. 0

Augusta, Georgia 11. 0 Hilton Head Island, S outh Carolina

6. 7

S an Antonio, Texas

6. 2

New Orleans, Louisiana

7. 2

Charlotte, North Carolina

7. 7

Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida 10. 5 Dallas, Texas

7.7

Fort Worth, Texas

7.1

Dublin, Ohio

8. 9

Memphis, Tennessee

6. 6

Southampton, New York 12.0^ Cromwell, Connecticut

7. 0 7. 1

White Sulphur Springs, WV

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S ilvis, Illinois

5. 8

Carnoustie, Scotland 10.25^ 3. 5 Oakville, Ontario, Canada

6. 2

30-5 World Golf Championships

Firestone Country Club

Akron, Ohio

10. 0

30-5 Barracuda Championship

Montêrux Golf Club

Reno, Nevada

3.4

6-12 PGA Championship #

Bellerive Country Club

13-19 Wyndham Championship

S edgefield Country Club

St. Louis, Missouri 10.5^ Greensboro, North Carolina

6. 0

FedExCup Playoffs

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The R idgewood

27-3 Dell Technologies Championship

TPC Boston

3-9

Aronimink Golf Club

BMW Championship

R idgewood, NJ

9. 0

Norton, MA

9. 0

Newtown S quare, PA

9. 0

Atlanta, GA

9. 0

10-16 Open 17-23 TOUR Championship

E ast Lake Golf Club

24-30 R yder Cup

Le Golf National

S aint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France


2018 Tournament Schedule 2017 Champion

Date

Tournament/Contact

Host Club

Purse

1/26-29

Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic

Ocean Club Golf Course

$1,400,000

Brittany Lincicome

(Defending Champion)

2/16-19

ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open

The Royal Adelaide Golf Club

$1,300,000

Ha Na Jang

2/23-26

Honda LPGA Thailand

Siam Country Club, Old Course

$1,600,000

Amy Yang

3/2-5

HSBC Women’s Champions

New Tanjong Course, Sentosa Golf Club

$1,500,000

Inbee Park

3/16-19

Bank of Hope Founders Cup

Wildfire Golf Club

$1,500,000

Anna Nordqvist

3/23-26

Kia Classic

Park Hyatt Aviara Resort

$1,800,000

Mirim Lee

3/30-4/2

ANA Inspiration

Mission Hill Country Club

$2,700,000

So Yeon Ryu

4/12-15

LOTTE Championship

Ko Olina Golf Club

$2,000,000

Cristie Kerr

4/27-30

Volunteers of America Texas Shootout

Las Colinas Country Club

$1,300,000

Haru Nomura

5/4-7

Lorena Ochoa Match Play

Club de Golf México

$1,200,000

Sei Young Kim

5/18-21

Kingsmill Championship

Kingsmill Resort, River Course

$1,300,000

Lexi Thompson

5/25-28

LPGA Volvik Championship

Travis Pointe Country Club

$1,300,000

Shanshan Feng

6/2-4

ShopRite LPGA Classic

Stockton Seaview Hotel & Golf Club

$1,500,000

In-Kyung Kim

6/8-11

Manulife LPGA Classic

Whistle Bear Golf Club

$1,700,000

Ariya Jutanugarn

6/15-18

Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give

Blythefield Country Club

$2,000,000

Brooke Henderson

6/23-25

Walmart NW Arkansas Championship

Pinnacle Country Club

$2,000,000

So Yeon Ryu

6/29-7/ 2

KPMG Women’s PGA Championship

Olympia Fields Country Club

$3,500,000

Danielle Kang Katherine Kirk

7/6-9

Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic

Thornberry Creek at Oneida

$2,000,000

7/13-16

U.S. Women’s Open

Trump National Golf Club

$5,000,000

Sung Hyun Park

7/20-23

Marathon Classic

Highland Meadows Golf Club

$1,600,000

In-Kyung Kim

7/27-30

Ladies Scottish Open

Dundonald Links

$1,500,000

Mi Hyang Lee

8/3-6

Ricoh Women’s British Open

Kingsbarns Golf Links

$3,250,000** In-Kyung Kim

8/18-20

Solheim Cup

Des Moines Golf & Country Club

8/24-27

Canadian Pacific Women’s Open

The Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club

$2,250,000

Sung Hyun Park

8/31-9/3

Cambia Portland Classic

Columbia-Edgewater Country Club

$1,300,000

Stacy Lewis

9/7-9

Indy Women in Tech Championship

Brickyard Crossing Golf Club

$2,000,000

Lexi Thompson

9/14-17

Evian Championship

Evian Resort Golf Club

$3,650,000

Anna Nordqvist

9/28-10/1

New Zealand Women’s Open

Windross Farm Golf Course

$1,300,000

Brooke Henderson

10/12-15

LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship

Sky 72 Golf Club, Ocean Course

$2,000,000

Jin Young Ko Eun-Hee Ji

TeamUSA/2017

10/19-22

LPGA Taiwan Championship

Miramar Resort & Country Club

$2,200,000

10/26-29

Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia

TPC Kuala Lumpur

$1,800,000

Cristie Kerr

11/2-5

TOTO JAPAN CLASSIC

Taiheyo Club, Minori Course

$1,500,000

Shanshan Feng

11/8-11

Blue Bay LPGA (Sat. finish)

Jian Lake Blue Bay Golf Club

$2,100,000

Shanshan Feng

11/16-19

CME Group Tour Championship

Tiburon Golf Club, Ritz Carlton Golf Resort

$2,500,000

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Champions Tournament Schedule 2018

Date

Tournament

Host Club

Location

Purse

1/15-20

Mitsubishi Electric Championship

Hualalai Golf Course

Ka'upulehu-Kona, HI

$1,800,000

2/5-11

Boca Raton Championship

The Old Course at Broken Sound Club

Boca Raton, FL

$1,600,000

2/12-18

Chubb Classic

The TwinEagles Club (Talon Course)

Naples, FL

$1,600,000

3/26-4

Cologuard Classic

Omni Tucson National (Catalina Course)

Tucson, AZ

$1,700,000

3/5-11

Toshiba Classic

Newport Beach Country Club

Newport Beach, CA

$1,800,000

TBD

Rapiscan Systems Classic

Fallen Oak

Biloxi, MS

$1,600,000

4/9-15

Mitsubishi Electric Classic

TPC Sugarloaf

Duluth, GA

$1,800,000

4/16-22

Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf

Top of the Rock, Mountain Top, Buffalo Ridge Springs Course

Ridgedale, MO

$1,800,000

5/30-6

Insperity Invitational

The Woodlands Country Club (Tournament Course)

The Woodlands, TX (Houston)

$2,200,000

5/14-20

Regions Tradition

Greystone Golf & Country Club

Birmingham, AL

$2,400,000

5/21-27

KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship

Harbor Shores

Benton Harbor, MI

($3,000,000)

6/4-10

Principal Charity Classic

Wakonda Club

Des Moines, IA

$1,750,000

6/18-24

American Family Insurance Championship

University Ridge Golf Course

Madison, WI

$2,000,000

6/25-1

U.S. Senior Open Championship

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Colorado Springs, CO

$4,000,000

7/9-15

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Highland Park, IL

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7/23-29

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Fife, Scotland

$2,000,000

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Blaine, MN (Minneapolis)

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8/13-19

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Endicott, NY

$2,050,000

8/20-26

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Snoqualmie, WA (Seattle)

$2,100,000

8/27-2

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Calgary, AB, Canada

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9/10-16

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Grand Blanc, MI

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9/17-23

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Sioux Falls, SD

$1,800,000

9/24-30

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Pebble Beach, CA

$2,100,000

10/8-14

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Cary, NC

$2,100,000

10/15-21

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Richmond, VA

$2,000,000

10/22-28

PowerShares QQQ Championship

Sherwood Country Club

Thousand Oaks, CA

$2,000,000

11/5-11

Charles Schwab Cup Championship

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Phoenix, AZ

$2,500,000

11/27-30

PGA TOUR Champions - Finals

TBD

TBD

$200,000

Challenge Season Events 1/12-14

Diamond Resorts Invitational

Tranquilo Golf Club at Four Seasons Resort Orlando

Orlando, FL

$760,000

12/10-16

PNC Father Son Challenge

Ritz-Carlton Golf Club

Orlando, FL

($1,085,000)


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