Web Blogs – Agri Turismo Denderacchi http://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/ Sat, 05 Jun 2021 02:30:32 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.7.2 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/cropped-agriturismo-32x32.png Web Blogs – Agri Turismo Denderacchi http://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/ 32 32 Transfer keeper Remy Martin keen to forge new relationship in Kansas | Tale of Tait https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/transfer-keeper-remy-martin-keen-to-forge-new-relationship-in-kansas-tale-of-tait/ Fri, 04 Jun 2021 17:42:00 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/transfer-keeper-remy-martin-keen-to-forge-new-relationship-in-kansas-tale-of-tait/ Arizona State Guard Remy Martin (1) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against Arizona on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2021, in Tempe, Ariz. . by AP Photo / Rick Scuteri Aside from meeting a few current Jayhawks in the two games Arizona State played against Kansas during his time at ASU, Remy […]]]>

Arizona State Guard Remy Martin (1) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against Arizona on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2021, in Tempe, Ariz. .

by AP Photo / Rick Scuteri

Aside from meeting a few current Jayhawks in the two games Arizona State played against Kansas during his time at ASU, Remy Martin doesn’t have much of a relationship with the crew who may soon become his new ones. teammates.

And that’s how he likes it.

When asked in a phone interview shortly after his engagement with KU last month if he knew any of his potential new teammates, Martin replied: “Not very well, which is exciting, guy”.

“I’m excited to build a relationship with the guys from scratch and just get to have something new,” he added. “I’m excited to develop a relationship with these guys and a strong relationship because I just think when your relationship is a lot stronger you tend to do more and you kind of want to help someone more and just win.” basketball games. And that is what is important.

Martin’s lack of familiarity with the Jayhawks makes sense for several reasons.

First, Kansas’ 2021-22 roster he could join includes nine new players from last season. Many of them are expected to show up on campus this weekend in time for the start of summer practice next week.

Beyond that, Martin, who turns 23 on June 16, is also said to be one of the oldest players on KU’s roster and the only player in the KU squad’s 2017 recruiting class. Players in the same class often get to know each other by competing together or against each other at AAU events or camps.

The KU class of 2017 consisted of Marcus Garrett, Silvio De Sousa and Billy Preston.

Super senior Mitch Lightfoot is the only player on KU’s roster to appear in the game between KU and Arizona State at Lawrence in December 2017, when Martin came off the bench to score 21 points in 32 minutes in an ASU upheaval. .

And Lightfoot (8 minutes) and David McCormack (11) were the only current Jayhawks to play in the rematch with the Sun Devils in Arizona the following year.

Martin, who pledged to KU after announcing plans to test his NBA Draft stock this offseason, is still exploring his NBA options. He has until July 7 to make a final decision on whether to stay in the draft or come to Kansas.

His addition to the roster became official last week, when his papers arrived at the KU basketball offices.

And while playing in the NBA has been one of his longtime goals, Martin made it clear after making a commitment that playing in Kansas would also be the thrill of a lifetime.

“Playing for a guy like Coach (Bill) Self and in a historic program like KU is just an amazing deal for me, man, and I couldn’t refuse,” Martin said in May.

He also referred to the educational bonus that would come with switching to KU.

“I want to make sure I get my masters,” he said. “It’s probably the most important thing for me right now, just being able to do it and get my masters and kill two birds with one stone. It’s a win-win situation for me (and) my master’s degree is very important to me.

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The Role of Diet in Increasing Your IQ | Megan’s ideas https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/the-role-of-diet-in-increasing-your-iq-megans-ideas/ Tue, 01 Jun 2021 20:34:01 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/the-role-of-diet-in-increasing-your-iq-megans-ideas/ Do you sometimes wish you had only a fraction of the intelligence of William Sidis? His intelligence quotient or IQ was thought to be 50-100 points higher than Einstein’s. Intelligence can be influenced by genes, family life, education, and nutrition, according to the National Library of Medicine. Difference between bad and good nutrition Childhood is […]]]>

Do you sometimes wish you had only a fraction of the intelligence of William Sidis? His intelligence quotient or IQ was thought to be 50-100 points higher than Einstein’s. Intelligence can be influenced by genes, family life, education, and nutrition, according to the National Library of Medicine.

Difference between bad and good nutrition

Childhood is an important period when eating habits are initiated. Eating habits have long term implications. At Difference.Guru, they want to highlight the differences and explain them.

You will see the difference in the health and IQ of people who received excellent nutrition early in life versus one who was deprived of it. Sushi is good for kids and adults alike because it’s food for the brain.

There is a difference between rolled or maki sushi and temaki or hand rolled sushi. Maki is made of cylinders cut into separate pieces for a few people, while temaki is a cone-shaped portion for one person. Lean fish and avocado are a nutritious meal high in omega-3 fatty acids and excellent for children’s brain development.

Eat your way to intelligence?

It is quite alarming to know that all those chips, cookies, chocolates and cold drinks that you feed your child can affect their intelligence. Studies show that diets high in processed foods can help reduce IQ.

Carrying too much weight puts strain on the whole body and can lead to serious health problems. Studies show that obesity in children can impact their cognitive development.

The study showed a link between a child’s weight during their first two years and their cognitive abilities at school age. Children who are overweight in the first two years of life have lower working memory scores than skinny children.

Eat early

During pregnancy, it is important to ensure that you are consuming nutritious foods that will support your baby’s physical and mental growth. Omega-3 fatty acids are vitally important for your baby’s brain development and IQ.

While you are pregnant, foods such as salmon and oily fish eaten a few times a week can ensure proper iodine levels, so important for your developing baby’s intelligence. Taking a prenatal supplement can also ensure that your unborn baby receives the right balance of nutrients for brain development.

Poor nutrition affects brain development

Researchers have found a link between diet and IQ. By the time your child is 3 years old, if they have been exposed to a diet high in processed foods, by the time they are 8 years old, their IQ will be lower than other children this age who have followed a nutritious diet. .

The University of Bristol doctor who conducted the research said that brain development is still rapid in the first six years. It is important that adults adopt nutritious eating habits from the start with their children.

This is because the behavioral effects of eating in very early childhood can persist into later childhood, even with diet changes.

Breakfast – that important first meal

Children who do not eat breakfast regularly have a lower IQ than those who eat it. Children who eat breakfast regularly have significantly higher IQ test scores than those who sometimes did not eat a good breakfast.

Eating a nutritious breakfast can provide many health benefits for growing children, including improved performance in the classroom. The type of breakfast eaten may be related to IQ.

The basics of a healthy breakfast include cereals, eggs, fish, cheese, fruits, and nuts. Cereals can be a good choice, but just read the nutritional information on the package. You always want to choose a grain with fiber and oats, high in fiber, this is a healthy and affordable breakfast.

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Buffalo transfers big news for Kansas football for several reasons | Tale of Tait https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/buffalo-transfers-big-news-for-kansas-football-for-several-reasons-tale-of-tait/ Mon, 31 May 2021 20:42:00 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/buffalo-transfers-big-news-for-kansas-football-for-several-reasons-tale-of-tait/ Head football coach Lance Leipold chats with members of the media on Tuesday, May 18, 2021 at the Anderson Family Football Complex. by Nick Krug The six Buffalo players who announced this week that they will follow Lance Leipold to Kansas are huge additions because of the positions they play and the culture they can […]]]>

Head football coach Lance Leipold chats with members of the media on Tuesday, May 18, 2021 at the Anderson Family Football Complex.
by Nick Krug

The six Buffalo players who announced this week that they will follow Lance Leipold to Kansas are huge additions because of the positions they play and the culture they can help create.

But before I go too deep into analyzing things, it’s worth pointing out that I didn’t watch a single snapshot of University of Buffalo football last season.

So I don’t know who can play, who can’t and what the strengths and weaknesses of these guys are.

It doesn’t matter.

The recent decisions of two Buffalo defensive linemen (Eddie Wilson and Ronald McGee), two offensive linemen (Mike Novitsky and Michael Ford), a linebacker (Rich Miller) and a wide receiver (Trevor Wilson) is important news for KU’s transition to first-year coach Lance Leipold.

It’s been 28 days since Leipold was officially introduced as the Jayhawks’ new head coach, and although almost everything he has done over the next four weeks has conjured up the image of a coach who knows what it does, the fact remains that Year 1 in Kansas is still a major challenge.

These additions, however, can make the job easier. Not necessarily from the point of view of wins and losses. Rather, the idea of ​​laying the groundwork and establishing the culture of what Leipold and society hope will lead to an eventual turnaround in Kansas.

Charlie Weis has done it to some extent, but not with the kind of players Leipold brings with him. The Weis guys at Notre Dame were either part-time players at the end of their careers with the Irish or came to KU with injury issues.

David Beaty also tried it with a Texas A&M transfer or two, but his attempt was even less successful.

Leipold brings with him accomplished players who would all have been an important part of the Buffalo squad in the 2021 season.

Eddie Wilson and Novitsky were all-conference caps last season and considered among the MAC’s most talented comebacks.

McGee, Miller and Trevor Wilson are players who worked within the system to establish themselves as key parts of Buffalo’s future, moving from special team duty and learning from the upper classes to spot starts and key roles in Buffalo. as reserves.

And Ford, which was jacketed as a freshman in 2020, has been seen by many as a likely starter in 2021.

While Buffalo has had a lot more success than KU in recent years, the Jayhawks’ roster has finally started to look like the one that belongs to the Big 12. Conference. So the competition the Leipold crew will have when things start should be tough. None of those six players – nor any other that Leipold might yet bring with him – will receive anything at KU.

But whether they earn starting jobs and play major snaps or fall into reserve roles, bringing them into the program strengthens both KU’s depth in key positions – especially the offensive and defensive lines – and gives the a substantial sounding board remains on the list.

These guys know Leipold and his assistants. And they can answer the rest of the Jayhawks’ current questions: why is this, how is it done, and when will we get to this?

The mere fact that many of these Buffalo transfers can actually play is purely a bonus. There is no doubt that their skills and talent can help speed KU’s shift from the dwellers down and the eternal laughing stock to a competitive program that can start talking about winning games again.

But even if that doesn’t happen right away, these guys can still play a huge role in rebuilding the program.

On the one hand, they all have several years of eligibility remaining, which means they too are investing in the future of this program.

For two, their understanding of how Leipold and his coaching staff run their program will be huge in helping the rest of the roster understand it and adjust faster.

It might not be the same as landing Oklahoma Jalen Hurts from Alabama, Kyler Murray from Texas A&M or Baker Mayfield from Texas Tech, but by Kansas standards it could end up being everything. also big.

More important than all of this is the fact that the willingness of these six players to follow Leipold to Lawrence clearly shows how much of an impact he has had on the players he has coached in the past. And if he can make that same kind of bond with his players at KU, there might be hope for the future of Kansas football.

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Basketball friends | Jalen Coleman-Lands | Basketball friends https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/basketball-friends-jalen-coleman-lands-basketball-friends/ Fri, 28 May 2021 13:28:00 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/basketball-friends-jalen-coleman-lands-basketball-friends/ Basketball friends | Jalen Coleman-Lands Posted by Matt Tait May 28, 2021 @ 8:28 am Iowa State Guard Jalen Coleman-Lands steps onto the field during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against Iowa on Friday, December 11, 2020, in Iowa City, Iowa. by AP Photo / Charlie Neibergall Kansas’ men’s basketball program […]]]>

Basketball friends | Jalen Coleman-Lands

Iowa State Guard Jalen Coleman-Lands steps onto the field during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against Iowa on Friday, December 11, 2020, in Iowa City, Iowa.

Iowa State Guard Jalen Coleman-Lands steps onto the field during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against Iowa on Friday, December 11, 2020, in Iowa City, Iowa.

by AP Photo / Charlie Neibergall

Kansas’ men’s basketball program has added a lot of firepower to their backcourt this offseason. From transfer attendants, this new group, young and old, plans to bring a different dimension and new styles to the Jayhawks lineup in 2021-2022.

In our last episode of Basketball Friends with Matt Tait, editor of Journal-World Sports and Nick Schwerdt, host of “Rock Chalk Sports Talk”, we met one of the most recent guards to sign with Kansas, the former Iowa State Cyclone Jalen Coleman-Lands.

Coleman-Lands comes to KU after a year at ISU and stops in DePaul and Illinois before that.

In this episode, we break down:

• The greatest strengths of Coleman-Lands

• What he thinks his role will be with the Jayhawks

• How he feels about being one of the oldest college basketball players

• His entrepreneurial spirit

• And more…

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Town Talk | “A New Tradition”: 3 Lawrence Organizations Team Up This Year for a Great Holiday Driving Show with Music and Lights | News, Sports, Jobs https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/town-talk-a-new-tradition-3-lawrence-organizations-team-up-this-year-for-a-great-holiday-driving-show-with-music-and-lights-news-sports-jobs/ Thu, 27 May 2021 20:18:00 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/town-talk-a-new-tradition-3-lawrence-organizations-team-up-this-year-for-a-great-holiday-driving-show-with-music-and-lights-news-sports-jobs/ photo by: Shutterstock Usually when I see a snowman singing it’s because I’ve fallen into a bad batch of eggnog. But this year, it’s at least just as likely because I’m at a whole new kind of big Lawrence vacation event. Three organizations have teamed up to create a new display of Christmas lights that […]]]>

photo by: Shutterstock

Usually when I see a snowman singing it’s because I’ve fallen into a bad batch of eggnog. But this year, it’s at least just as likely because I’m at a whole new kind of big Lawrence vacation event.

Three organizations have teamed up to create a new display of Christmas lights that will take motorists through a sports complex in western Lawrence to view nearly 20 holiday displays that will be synced to the music.

The event is dubbed Lawrence Lights: Making Spirits Bright. The Sertoma Club of Lawrence, the Lawrence Board of Realtors and the Lawrence Parks & Recreation Department are working together to host the event at the YSC complex in southwest Lawrence. Plans call for the event to begin near the Thanksgiving holiday and run through New Years Day.

“The reception we have received for the idea so far has been more than fantastic,” said Tom Pollard, member of the Sertoma Club and author of the idea. “Our goal is for this to be a new tradition in Lawrence.”

Several communities in the area have driving vacation posters that feature lots of lights, lots of colors, lots of flickers, all coordinated with a holiday soundtrack. But Lawrence didn’t have such a display, although a few owners did have small-scale shows in their backyard.

It will be much like these owner displays, except that they will be displayed after display after display, and instead of being in someone’s yard, the displays will be installed in football, soccer, baseball and d ‘other grounds of the YSC complex, 4911 W. 27th St.

“We’ll even have some of them hanging from goal posts,” said Rob Hulse, executive vice president of the Lawrence Board of Realtors.

Some of the displays will be quite large and elaborate. Pollard mentioned a 16-foot-tall singing snowman, in addition to a host of dancing stars, trees, wreaths and other similar images. Hulse said the plans also included a lighted drive-through tunnel on part of the property.

“All displays will be new, newly manufactured, from our supplier,” said Pollard, who has been researching and selecting the displays since the start of this year.

“For me, every day since January is Christmas,” he said.

There are a variety of roads and parking lots on YSC property that vehicles will travel through as part of the event. The main entrance is on the South Lawrence Trafficway, at the intersection of Wakarusa Drive and 27th Street. This lit intersection can get a bit crowded, but Pollard said the event plans to use a system where people buy tickets online before their visit.

The plans call for the admission fee to be $ 20 per car. Hulse said all profits will go to the three organizations and be used for nonprofit causes. For decades, the Sertoma Club has been one of the main funders of the Schiefelbusch Communication Camp in KU. The camp is intended for children with speech and hearing problems. The Lawrence Board of Realtors Community Foundation funds a variety of nonprofit programs related to promoting safe housing and preventing homelessness, Hulse said. The Lawrence Parks & Recreation Department plans to use its share of the proceeds to fund its Wee Folks Scholarship Fund, which helps fund classes and recreation programs for children in need.

For years, Sertoma’s main fundraiser has been a big barbecue contest at Broken Arrow Park in May. COVID-19 disrupted this event. Pollard said no decision had been made on whether the barbecue competition would return in the coming years, but the club knew they had to consider other fundraising options.

“I always wondered why Lawrence didn’t have a light show like this because Lawrence definitely should have one,” Pollard said. “I told the club members my crazy idea, and their reaction was that they were really, really excited about it.”


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Outstanding Bishop Miege Mark Mitchell Expected to Visit KU Next Month | Tale of Tait https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/outstanding-bishop-miege-mark-mitchell-expected-to-visit-ku-next-month-tale-of-tait/ Wed, 26 May 2021 21:08:00 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/outstanding-bishop-miege-mark-mitchell-expected-to-visit-ku-next-month-tale-of-tait/ University of Kansas Basketball Recruitment With the arrival of June next Tuesday, the outlook for the 2022 and 2023 recruiting classes is starting to anticipate campus visits now that things are back on track after the long dead period caused by the pandemic. Among the notable KU targets expected to surrender next month is Bishop […]]]>

University of Kansas Basketball Recruitment

With the arrival of June next Tuesday, the outlook for the 2022 and 2023 recruiting classes is starting to anticipate campus visits now that things are back on track after the long dead period caused by the pandemic.

Among the notable KU targets expected to surrender next month is Bishop Miege’s junior Mark Mitchell, a small 6-foot-8, 205-pound forward ranked No.9 in the 2022 category by Rivals.com.

Mitchell recently told Shay Wildeboor of JayhawkSlant.com that he plans to visit KU on June 16.

“I don’t know what capacity (official or not), but I’m visiting on June 16,” Mitchell told Wildeboor. “I am also planning to attend Late Night.”

The talented junior who has been on the top recruiting radar since he was in eighth grade recently led Miege to a Class 4A state title, averaging 18 points and 6 rebounds along the way.

In addition to Kansas, which was his second scholarship offering in 2019, Mitchell holds offers from Arkansas, Duke, Kansas State, Missouri, North Carolina, State of Oklahoma, Texas, UCLA, USC, Wake Forest and others. He told Wildeboor he plans to visit UCLA on June 6, Missouri on June 12, KU on June 16, Oklahoma state on June 19 and Duke at the end of the month.

These likely won’t be his last visits, as Mitchell could enjoy another round of visits – official and unofficial – in his final year.

His trip to Lawrence certainly won’t be the first, as Miege’s proximity to the KU campus has allowed the 2021 DiRenna Award winner (he shared it with Lawrence High’s Zeke Mayo) to come to KU for a handful of unofficial visits throughout his preparation career.

Mitchell recently told Tipton Edits that Duke, UCLA, UNC, KU, Oklahoma State and Missouri were the schools that were currently recruiting him the hardest.

Combo guard Nick Smith Jr., ranked 36th overall in Class 2022 by Rivals, is also due to visit KU on the weekend of June 21-22.

The 6-5, 175-pound versatile guard hails from Sylvan Hills High in Sherwood, Ark.

Don’t expect these to be the only visitors to cross Kansas next month. After a quiet summer in 2020 that saw the virtual tour boom, things are expected to return closer to normal for coaches and rookies throughout the coming summer.

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Basketball friends | Jayhawks insisted on the 3-point shoot | Basketball friends https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/basketball-friends-jayhawks-insisted-on-the-3-point-shoot-basketball-friends/ Wed, 26 May 2021 15:01:00 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/basketball-friends-jayhawks-insisted-on-the-3-point-shoot-basketball-friends/ Basketball friends | Jayhawks focus on 3 point shoot Posted by Matt Tait May 26, 2021 at 10:01 am Iowa State Guard Jalen Coleman-Lands shoots a 3-point basket over Texas goalie Courtney Ramey (3) in the second half of an NCAA college basketball game on Tuesday March 2, 2021, in Ames, Iowa. Texas won 81-67. […]]]>

Basketball friends | Jayhawks focus on 3 point shoot

Iowa State Guard Jalen Coleman-Lands shoots a 3-point basket over Texas goalie Courtney Ramey (3) in the second half of an NCAA college basketball game on Tuesday March 2, 2021, in Ames, Iowa.  Texas won 81-67.

Iowa State Guard Jalen Coleman-Lands shoots a 3-point basket over Texas goalie Courtney Ramey (3) in the second half of an NCAA college basketball game on Tuesday March 2, 2021, in Ames, Iowa. Texas won 81-67.

by AP Photo / Charlie Neibergall

To say the Kansas men’s basketball team might look a little different in the 2021-22 season compared to 2020-2021 would probably be an understatement.

Along with all kinds of new faces, KU team coach Bill Self will be on the pitch for the coming season’s numbers to have different styles and strengths at his disposal.

In our latest episode of Basketball Friends with Journal-World Sports Editor Matt Tait and “Rock Chalk Sports Talk” host Nick Schwerdt, we take a look at one of these potential strengths.

In this episode, we break down:

• What recent additions mean for KU 3-point shooting

• Who could be the best shooters on this team and what will their roles be?

• How will the 2021-2022 squad stack up against some of KU’s best 3-point shooting teams of all time?

• And more…

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Gary Woodland fades to final day of PGA Championship as Phil Mickelson becomes golf’s longest-serving major champion | Tale of Tait https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/gary-woodland-fades-to-final-day-of-pga-championship-as-phil-mickelson-becomes-golfs-longest-serving-major-champion-tale-of-tait/ Mon, 24 May 2021 05:49:00 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/gary-woodland-fades-to-final-day-of-pga-championship-as-phil-mickelson-becomes-golfs-longest-serving-major-champion-tale-of-tait/ Gary Woodland walks out of a bunker for the fourth green during the final round of the PGA Championship golf tournament on the Ocean Course, Sunday May 23, 2021, in Kiawah Island, SC by AP Photo / Matt York Former KU golf star Gary Woodland’s bid for the 2021 PGA championship crown ran out of […]]]>

Gary Woodland walks out of a bunker for the fourth green during the final round of the PGA Championship golf tournament on the Ocean Course, Sunday May 23, 2021, in Kiawah Island, SC

by AP Photo / Matt York

Former KU golf star Gary Woodland’s bid for the 2021 PGA championship crown ran out of steam on Sunday when Woodland pulled a par 77 of 5 on the final round.

Sitting tied for the seventh entry in Sunday’s round, Woodland needed a low round and a little help to try to win the title. Instead, he got a round that included two double bogeys and three bogeys to knock him down to tie for 38th in the final standings at +3 for the tournament.

Woodland’s fourth round opened with promise. After equalizing his first hole, he recorded birdies at holes 2 and 3 to go to 4 under for the tournament.

But a double bogey at the 7th par 5, back-to-back bogeys and 9s and 10s and another double bogey at # 11 got him out of the race.

Woodland finished with a fourth round 77 that left him nine strokes behind 2021 champion Phil Mickelson, who became the oldest major champion in PGA Tour history at 50.

Woodland’s performance this weekend earned him $ 42,000

The next stop on the PGA Tour is the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas. Woodland finished ninth in the event in 2020.

As for the 2021 champion, Mickelson has delivered so much thrill and excitement in 30 years of pure theater that no one ever knows what he’ll do next.

His last act was a real stunner: a great champion at 50 years old.

Mickelson won his sixth major and by far the most surprising on Sunday at the PGA Championship. He made two first birdies with that magical wedge play and let a group of suitors fall too far to catch him in the shifting wind of Kiawah Island.

He finished with a 1 of 73, building a five-stroke lead over the back nine and not making any critical mistakes that kept him out of his place in history.

“It’s just an amazing feeling because I believed it was possible, but everything said it wasn’t,” said Mickelson, who had been gone more than two years since his last win and hadn’t won a major for nearly. eight years old. He hadn’t even fought in a major in five years.

Julius Boros held the distinction of oldest major golf champion for 53 years. He was 48 when he won the 1968 PGA Championship in San Antonio.

Pure chaos erupted along the 18th hole after Mickelson hit the 9 iron safely just outside 15 feet, which practically earned an unlikely victory. Thousands of fans engulfed him down the fairway – a scene typically seen only at the British Open – until Mickelson appeared with a thumbs-up.

This has been perhaps the strongest pressure he has faced in the last nine games of the Ocean Course.

“I don’t think I’ve ever had such an experience, so thank you for that,” Mickelson said at the trophy ceremony. “Slightly annoying, but exceptionally awesome.”

Just like he plays the game.

Songs of “Lefty! Lefty! Lefty!” chased him on the green and in the scoring tent, his last one-week assignment he won’t soon forget.

Three months after Tom Brady, 43, won a seventh Super Bowl, Mickelson has added ageless wonders to this year. Mickelson became the first player in PGA Tour history to win tournaments 30 years apart. The first of his 45 titles dates back to 1991 when he was still a junior at Arizona State.

Mickelson became the 10th player to win major tournaments in three decades, an elite roster that begins with Harry Vardon and was recently completed by Tiger Woods.

“He’s been on tour since I’ve been alive,” Jon Rahm said. “For him, to keep this will to play, to compete and to train, it is really admirable.”

Brooks Koepka and Louis Oosthuizen had their chances, but briefly. Koepka had 4 points on par 5 while play was still in progress and finished with a 74. Oosthuizen hit in the water as he tried to make one last run and shot 73.

“Phil played really well,” said Koepka. “Pretty cool to see, but a little disappointed in myself.”

Mickelson finished 6 under 282.

– The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Gary Woodland Tied for 7th in PGA Championship Final Round | Tale of Tait https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/gary-woodland-tied-for-7th-in-pga-championship-final-round-tale-of-tait/ Sun, 23 May 2021 03:27:00 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/gary-woodland-tied-for-7th-in-pga-championship-final-round-tale-of-tait/ Gary Woodland Tied for 7th Place in PGA Championship Final Round Posted by Matt Tait May 22, 2021 at 10:27 p.m. Gary Woodland watches his shot on the second hole during the third round of the PGA Championship Golf Tournament on the Ocean Course, Saturday May 22, 2021, in Kiawah Island, SC by AP Photo […]]]>

Gary Woodland Tied for 7th Place in PGA Championship Final Round

Gary Woodland watches his shot on the second hole during the third round of the PGA Championship Golf Tournament on the Ocean Course, Saturday May 22, 2021, in Kiawah Island, SC

Gary Woodland watches his shot on the second hole during the third round of the PGA Championship Golf Tournament on the Ocean Course, Saturday May 22, 2021, in Kiawah Island, SC

by AP Photo / David J. Phillip

Three double bogeys and six birdies in Round 3 of the PGA Championship led to a par of 72 for former University of Kansas All-American Gary Woodland on Saturday.

And while the ascending round kept him in the top 10, where he is tied for seventh, Woodland enters Sunday’s final round five strokes from the header held by Phil Mickelson.

Woodland’s third lap at the Ocean Course in Kiawah Island, SC, started off in good shape. He birdied two of his first four holes and went down to 4 under for the event. After a par-3 on the fifth hole, it looked like Woodland was about to play himself contending for the top of the standings.

But a double bogey 6 on the # 6 hole started the slide and served as a sign of things to come. Woodland recovered to save pars on the last three holes of the first nine, then recovered the two shots he lost with birdies at 10 and 11.

But a double bogey 6 at # 12 sent him back into the slide and he doubled # 15 to drop to 2 for the day.

Not having gone derailed by losing four tied strokes in his previous four holes, Woodland birdied the 16th par 5 and 17th par 3 to come back even for his wild round.

Saturday marked his second straight round tied for 72 of the tournament, which followed a 2-under 70 in the first round.

Considering the conditions of the week and the fact that he is still behind just seven golfers heading into the final round, Woodland is still in the race. But he’ll need his best run of the week on Sunday, with a little help, to try to win the second major league title of his career.

Woodland is scheduled to play at 12:50 p.m. Sunday, when he plays with Paul Casey.

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Google aims to ‘revitalize RSS’ and regain user trust with experimental follow button in Chrome – WordPress Tavern https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/google-aims-to-revitalize-rss-and-regain-user-trust-with-experimental-follow-button-in-chrome-wordpress-tavern/ Thu, 20 May 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/google-aims-to-revitalize-rss-and-regain-user-trust-with-experimental-follow-button-in-chrome-wordpress-tavern/ The internet was buzzing yesterday after Google officially confirmed it was testing a follow button for websites in Chrome. In February, the editors of History of Chrome spotted the button on Canary for Android and speculated that it could be integrated into Google’s Discover feature. Chrome announced that it relies on RSS to allow users […]]]>

The internet was buzzing yesterday after Google officially confirmed it was testing a follow button for websites in Chrome. In February, the editors of History of Chrome spotted the button on Canary for Android and speculated that it could be integrated into Google’s Discover feature. Chrome announced that it relies on RSS to allow users to follow websites. The latest content from these sites will appear chronologically on the New Tab page as it is posted.

At the moment, it doesn’t appear that Follow is integrated with Discover, which focuses on presenting content based on user-selected topics and a user’s search activity. The Follow function seems like it will work almost like a simple “Chrome Reader”, if you will.

In 2013, Google gleefully shut down its Google Reader product in an article titled “A Second Spring of Cleaning,” claiming that its use had declined. Young internet users may not realize how much of a slap in the face and how devastating it has been to the ecosystem of RSS-based tools.

In response to a Twitter user’s suggestion to stick to open standards, a Google representative replied, “We intend to revitalize RSS and, from a product perspective, offer users and creators a new direct way to connect.” Present this as a new way to make the “general public” RSS user-friendly is a bit confusing for those who have lost faith in Google’s willingness to recognize how essential RSS was to the information ecosystem in 2013.

While some are optimistic that the Chrome experience can bring visibility to RSS feeds, others are skeptical that Google may be trying to revitalize RSS for its own business interests and not for serving the open web. Dave Winer, a pioneer in blogging development and RSS syndication, expresses this skepticism in a reaction on his blog:

“Google Reader’s memory may have faded so badly that Google seems ready to try again. Even the title of this TechCrunch article is ominous. Google has done so much damage to RSS, the idea that they “rekindle” it is analogous to Exxon reviving the site of a massive oil spill, a spill they did not help clean up. Worse yet, browser vendors have no place in trying to provide the user interface for RSS. Another toxic dumping ground. ”

Winer has a suggestion for Google that is more about keeping things open and preserving the portability of subscription lists. He recommends that Google avoid providing any type of drive and instead focus on making it easier to share the subscription list:

“If Google wants to help RSS, that’s great – here’s how. Make the subscribe button, that’s a good thing. But the result should be a dynamic OPML subscription list, which the user can provide to anyone. Any reading app of their choice. It’s dynamic in that content can change and readers should periodically check to see if any feeds have been added or removed. This way if one day Google abandons RSS, again once everything can keep going, more or less. Inviting users to trust them shows that they have no sense of responsibility for the trust they have betrayed in the past. Perhaps users can refuse to participate in this trip? Perhaps that is too much to hope. ”

Paul Bakaus, advocate for Google developers mentionned the Follow button experience is “just the start of a bigger exploration” and the company is looking for feedback from editors. Hopefully this exploration also includes improving the way feeds are displayed in the browser. It is not yet known whether Google plans to monetize the New Tab page with ads, promoted content, or other means.

For now, Google’s only recommendation for publishers is to keep their RSS up-to-date sites. WordPress users don’t have to worry here, as all WordPress sites have built-in support for RSS feeds by default. If the tracking functionality gets out of the experimental stage, Google will provide more guidance to web publishers.

This experiment doesn’t exactly contain the decentralized feed aggregator capabilities that RSS fans might hope for, but if Google can create an easy way to export users’ subscription lists, it might have a chance to contribute something. really useful. Users could then take their subscriptions to power drives that will have more capabilities than Chrome’s base drive. In this sense, the Chrome Follow button could allow users to actively manage their RSS subscriptions according to their interests, promoting healthier and more aware consumption of news and other content.

The landscape of RSS tools has changed over the past decade, but Google has the potential to play a significant role in revitalizing RSS if it puts users first this time around. The biggest obstacle will be regaining their confidence after turning off Reader in 2013.

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