RABAT, Morocco – Gregory Havret took the outright lead at the Trophee Hassan II in Morocco as he moved to 6 under par after the second round on Friday. The Frenchman made four birdies and an eagle at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam for his second straight 3-under 70, opening a one-shot lead over Lucas Bjerregaard and Trevor Fisher Jr. Denmark’s Bjerregaard carded a 2-under 71 and South Africa’s Fisher Jr. a 3-under 70. Havret was part of a four-way tie for the lead overnight but pushed clear and could have had more of an advantage heading to the weekend if he hadn’t bogeyed his last two holes. His last victory on the European Tour was nine years ago. Bjerregaard, who also had a share of the first-round lead, had four birdies and two bogeys. Fisher Jr. put himself in contention with six birdies, although he also made double bogey on No. 16, his seventh hole. Paul Dunne, Gregory Bourdy, and James Morrison, another of the overnight leaders, are all another shot back in a tie for fourth at 4 under.
MADISON, Wis. – Scott McCarron won the American Family Insurance Championship on Sunday, closing with an 8-under 64 for a one-stroke victory over hometown player Jerry Kelly. The 52-year-old McCarron birdied Nos. 14-16 and parred the final two to hold on for his first victory of the season and seventh in three years on the PGA Tour Champions. He finished at 15-under 201 at University Ridge. ”All week, I drove the ball really well and I was hitting a lot of good iron shots,” McCarron said. ”I hit a lot of greens. I think I made one bogey all week and that was early on Friday. Just missed a short putt, one of the par 3s and made bogey. Other than that, I really didn’t have any other opportunities to make bogeys. I just kept putting myself in play.” McCarron looked forward to the stretch of three straight major tournaments that begins Thursday with the U.S. Senior Open at The Broadmoor in Colorado. ”Obviously, my game’s pretty good, just won this week, so I’m pretty happy the way I’m hitting it.” McCarron said. ”I started putting better this week. I’ve got to work on my wedge game. I’ve got to wedge it closer. I have a lot of wedges out here.” Full-field scores from the American Family Insurance Championship Kelly shot 65, also parring the final two holes. ”I’m disappointed, there’s no doubt,” Kelly said. ”I want those putts back. I want to just go ahead and hit them hard.” Kelly joked about friend McCarron paying him back for a friendly match with McCarron’s wife. ”My caddie, Eric and I, beat Jenny and Scott over at Maple Bluff Country Club earlier this week, beat them out of five bucks,” Kelly said. ”I should have thrown that match.” Fellow Madison player Steve Stricker, the tournament host and first-round leader, had a 65 to tie for third with 2017 champion Fred Couples and Colin Montgomerie. ”The way it ended up, couldn’t have asked for anything more,” Stricker said. ”Great turnout of people, the players loved it, and we got a great field and some exciting golf down the stretch.” Couples had a 67, playing alongside McCarron. ”We all said it yesterday, with all those guys there, somebody shoots 7, 8 under will win – and I watched it today,” Couples said. ”He was phenomenal. He played a stress-free, easy round of golf and I think I lost to him by two, but I was never going to beat him.” Montgomerie followed a second-round 72 with a 64. ”I didn’t play well at all yesterday, at all,” Montgomerie said. ”So disappointing yesterday … out here, 72, get trampled on.” Paul Goydos (67) was 12 under, John Daly (67) topped the group at 11 under, and Bernhard Langer (69) was another stroke back. University of Illinois coach Mike Small, Stricker’s teammate with the Illini, birdied the final hole for a 68 to also tie for 10th at 10 under. Steve and I have been best friends for 30 years,” Small said. ”It’s great to have him get me in the tournament and validate him helping me get in and getting an exemption. That’s huge. I finished top 10 in Iowa at Des Moines two weeks ago. It was my first top 10 in a Champions event. So, to back up with this, and this was a strong field, it feels good to compete.” Second-round leader Esteban Toledo had a 73 to tie for 24th at 8 under.
Previous articleRelay for Life gets under way in Letterkenny todayNext articleDonegal boxer Jason Quigley pays tribute to Muhammad Ali admin Twitter Dungloe Public Services CentreThursday 23 June4pm-8pm Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Google+ Location/venueDateTime Pinterest Google+ Donegal County Council has begun a review of the existing County Donegal Development Plan 2012- 2018.The purpose of this Plan is to provide a strategic planning framework to guide development in the County over the next six years and beyond. The Development Plan, when adopted, will be a material consideration in making decisions on planning applications.The new County Development Plan for Donegal will be a consolidated Plan for the entire functional area of Donegal County Council, including the former Town Council areas of Letterkenny, Buncrana and Bundoran.The full statutory preparation process extends to two years. The first step in the process is this pre-draft consultation exercise. The Council is inviting submissions or observations regarding the preparation of the new Plan and a set of Issue Papers has been prepared to help assist individuals, groups and organisations in making a submission. The Issue Papers cover areas such as economic development, retail strategy & town centres, renewable energy, the natural, built & cultural heritage and infrastructure and roads. These papers are available at www.donegalcoco.ie .A series of public drop-in events will also take place and Council Planning staff will be in attendance at these events to assist those who wish to make a submission and to deal with any queries.These events will take place as follows: LUH still not ready to restore IT systems Pinterest By admin – June 4, 2016 Lifford Council HeadquartersThursday 30 June4pm-8pm Letterkenny Public Services CentreTuesday 21 June4pm-8pm Milford Public Services CentreTuesday 28 June4pm-8pm Donegal Town Public Services CentreThursday 23 June4pm-8pm Facebook Twitter Donegal County Council begins review of existing County Donegal Development Plan 2012- 2018 Pregnant women can receive Covid vaccine at LYIT’s vaccination centre WhatsApp Lárionad Acmhainní Nádúrtha CTR to take part in new research project RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Carndonagh Public Services CentreMonday 4 July4pm-8pm WhatsApp Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Facebook 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Homepage BannerNews
WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Facebook Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Two angling initiatives in Donegal granted funding News Two angling initiatives in Donegal have been granted funding through Inland Fisheries Ireland’s Sponsorship Programme for 2019.€30,000 is being made available to 87 projects and initiatives across the country.Defence Forces Sea Angling Club for the All Army Sea Angling Competition which takes place in Rathmullan and the Irish Federation of Sea Angling Youth Initiative Da which took place in Killybegs are two of the initiatives and projects across the country allocated funding under the programme.Angling clubs and federations applied to the programme, which is a funding mechanism of the National Strategy for Angling Development, for support in hosting angling competitions, conservation events and novice coaching programmes.Dr Ciaran Byrne, CEO of Inland Fisheries says the grants help those who are partaking in angling for the first time and to support angling communities in promoting the angling product. Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Google+ By News Highland – September 16, 2019 Twitter Google+ Pinterest Community Enhancement Programme open for applications RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Facebook Renewed calls for full-time Garda in Kilmacrennan Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further WhatsApp Twitter Previous articleMain Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Monday September 16thNext articleKerry Brown scores in Ireland’s win over Greece News Highland
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Edited 1 times. Last edit by Alfonso Sexto on 20th November 2015 3:13pm 11Sign inorRegisterto rate and replyGreg Wilcox Creator, Destroy All Fanboys! 5 years ago Wait, so they didn’t use a QA team at any point during development that would have told them the game was buggy as hell and just about unplayable? Well, I guess it’s a good thing it wasn’t a retail release because those can’t be automatically wiped from your library and replaced with a store credit or cash. Ah well. Now I’m curious to play this just to see what happened… Afro Samurai 2 pulled from PS4, Steam by publisherVersus Evil gives full refunds, apologises to all purchasers for “failure”Dan PearsonFriday 20th November 2015Share this article Recommend Tweet ShareCompanies in this articleVersus EvilAfro Samurai 2 publisher Versus Evil has removed the game from PSN and Steam entirely, not just removing the game from sale – but cutting it from the libraries of anyone who purchased it and giving them a full, automatic refund. The game disappeared from the service on November 8, but the explanation has only just been made public. The second and third instalments of the episodic series have also been cancelled. Related JobsSenior Game Designer – UE4 – AAA United Kingdom Amiqus GamesProgrammer – REMOTE – work with industry veterans! North West Amiqus GamesJunior Video Editor – GLOBAL publisher United Kingdom Amiqus GamesDiscover more jobs in games Reviews of the sequel were turgid, giving the bug-ridden title a Metacritc rating of 21 per cent. Although Versus Evil denies that the game was unplayably broken, the publisher has been fairly unequivocal in its apology.”The game was a failure. We could not do, in good conscience, volume 2 and volume 3,” GM Steve Escalante explained to CG Magazine. “So we’ve begun the process, it’s been a long process to figure it out because Sony has never really had to do this in this way, but we’re returning all the money. So across the board we’re putting out an apology saying ‘sorry about this.'”If you look at the reviews, it wasn’t that the game was broken or buggy, people just didn’t like it.”Celebrating employer excellence in the video games industry8th July 2021Submit your company Sign up for The Publishing & Retail newsletter and get the best of GamesIndustry.biz in your inbox. Enter your email addressMore storiesVersus Evil’s “developer first” approach to indie publishingManaging director Steve Escalante on avoiding “the old dynamic” in publishing – “the publisher is going to take everything and the developer is going to starve”By Haydn Taylor 3 years agoFlying solo: Surviving as a one-person indieGambrinous’ Colm Larkin and Versus Evil’s Steve Escalante reflect on the hurdles individual developers face in today’s increasingly competitive marketBy James Batchelor 4 years agoLatest comments (2)Alfonso Sexto Lead Tester, Ubisoft Germany5 years ago I can only imagine how hard this can be for everyone involved on it. I can only say that this decision deserves respect, letting your hard work go accepting and accepting that it’s not good is something that shows integrity. 0Sign inorRegisterto rate and replySign in to contributeEmail addressPasswordSign in Need an account? Register now.
Gordon Mayne, Managing Director of Maynes Coaches of Buckie, passed away suddenly on 29 July. He was 67.Mr Mayne was the third generation of the Mayne family to be involved with the family business. His grandfather Jimmy founded the Moray operator in 1947. Trained as a welder in a local shipyard, Mr Mayne took the reins in 1982 after the death of his father Donnie.Since then, Mr Mayne has driven the company’s rise to become one of Scotland’s most respected coach operators. In 1992, with the fleet numbering around 20, former premises at Cluny Lane had become inadequate and a move to the current home on Marchmont Industrial Estate took place. Since then, Maynes has expanded to operate 45 vehicles and employ over 60 members of staff while maintaining a regular fleet replacement programme.One hallmark of Maynes’ holiday programme in previous decades was trips to Blackpool and Scarborough. The group would often find themselves travelling home on a new coach collected from Duple or Plaxton, respectively.Gordon Mayne with his sons David (left) and Kevin (right) in 2017Mr Mayne was also a regular sight at coach factories further afield as he and his sons David and Kevin specified and oversaw the construction of later fleet additions.Mr Mayne was acknowledged by his peers as being a true coachman. His passion for the industry was clear to all that met him and he and was involved with trade bodies that represented it.Maynes became a member of The Guild of British Coach Operators under his watch, something that Kevin Mayne recalls was a very proud achievement for the company.Mr Mayne also took great pleasure in attending industry social gatherings and events. When doing so, he was sure to fly the flag for Scotland. Although head of the company, he still ‘kept his hand in’ by driving day trips and tours when needed, subscribing to the view that he would never ask anyone to do anything he could not do himself.Mr Mayne’s wife Sandra died in 2011. The family business remains in the safe hands of the fourth and fifth generations of the Mayne family.The funeral will be private. Details of the date and route of the procession will be announced in due course on the Maynes Coaches Facebook page.
Apple recently pulled a controversial marketing stint by buying the rights to U2’s latest album Songs of Innocence for $100 million and placing it in your iTunes, without your knowledge or consent. The bold move has caused hoards of backlash from the Apple community, who apparently do not like having their phones raped by Bono. In response, Apple quickly put out a link to remove the album with one click. But what if once you’ve heard the album, the removal device just isn’t enough? In response to Apple’s response, Conan debuted the following video last night:
Rapper Tyler, The Creator, co-founder of Odd Future, has been banned from entering the UK for 3-5 years due to the nature of his lyrics. The lyrics in question, however, are from 6-7 years ago, from his albums Bastard and Goblin.Tyler The Creator Says Odd Future Is No MoreAccording to a letter from the UK Secretary of State, Tyler’s material “encourages violence and intolerance of homosexuality” and “fosters hatred with views that seek to provoke others to terrorist acts.” A Tumblr post from his manager Christian Clancy ensures that he’s steered away from this type of subject material for years, and that he was just 18 when those controversial albums were written.Tyler will be forced to cancel four tour dates in the UK and Ireland, including an appearance at Reading and Leeds.The UK Home Office issued a vague followup statement, saying, “Coming to the UK is a privilege, and we expect those who come here to respect our shared values. The Home Secretary has the power to exclude an individual if she considers that his or her presence in the UK is not conducive to the public good or if their exclusion is justified on public policy grounds.”While several other rappers have experienced similar prohibitions from entering the UK, such as Snoop Dogg and Busta Rhymes, in those cases it was for criminal offenses, not song lyrics.Many of Tyler’s early lyrics were indeed controversial, but should someone be beholden to something they did or said when they were 18? Moreover, is this a violation of free speech?[Via The Guardian]
After the opening race of the Round of 8 in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs at Martinsville Speedway, here’s a brief look at the playoff picture. There are two races remaining in the Round of 8 before the field is whittled to the Championship 4, with four drivers eliminated from the postseason following the race at ISM Raceway near Phoenix on Nov. 10.WinnerMartin Truex Jr. dominated Sunday at Martinsville, claiming his seventh win of the season. The victory also adds five playoff points to his total (along with two more he got for winning Stage 1 and Stage 2) and locks him into the Championship 4. He is the first driver to clinch a spot in the championship race at Homestead-Miami Speedway.RELATED: Official race resultsWho’s hotRyan Blaney. Blaney was not pushed around at the .526-mile track. The driver of the No. 12 looked every bit like a short-track veteran during the frenetic closing laps, using his chrome horn when appropriate and showing restraint when necessary. He finished fifth and gained a bit of ground in the process.Denny Hamlin. Hamlin won the Busch Pole Award, and although the No. 11 team lost the point early on a slow pit stop, the Virginia native drove his way back through the field, even as track conditions changed and his car lost some of its bite. A fourth-place run puts him comfortably ahead of the cutline.Who’s notChase Elliott. A horrible turn of events ruined Elliott’s hot start at Martinsville. Whether or not it ruins his entire Round of 8 remains to be seen. An apparent broken axle on the No. 9 Chevrolet put Elliott from running in the top five early in Stage 2 — after starting from the rear, no less — to behind the wall, in last place. His day ruined, Elliott must win one of the next two races to advance to the Championship 4.Kyle Busch. He’s above the cutline, but this seven-race playoff stretch has not been kind to Busch and the No. 18 team. Something seems off with this group. Busch had finally started to move up into the top five midway through the final stage when he was ensnared in a wreck with Aric Almirola — who later said “I’m going to make it hell for him” in reference to Kyle Busch’s race for the championship.BUBBLE WATCH —————CUT-OFF LINE————— 7.Kyle Larson-24 3.Kyle Busch+17 5.Kevin Harvick-14 RankDriverPoints to cutoff 8.Chase Elliott-44 2.Denny Hamlin+24 6.Ryan Blaney-15 Next raceThe Monster Energy Series travels to Texas Motor Speedway for the second race in the Round of 8 at the 1.5-mile facility on Nov. 3 (3 p.m. ET, NBCSN/NBC Sports App, PRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio).Who it favorsKevin Harvick. There have been five races at Texas since its repave and reconfiguration, so we’re only looking at the last five races there. And the driver of the No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford emerges as the clear favorite. He has four top-five finishes and five top 10s during that stretch, with an average finish of 3.2. He’s the favorite next weekend.Who it hurtsKyle Larson. Texas has been a total boom-or-bust for the 27-year-old since 2017. Larson has one runner-up finish, another fifth-place finish … and then three finishes of 36th or worse due to wrecks. Truth be told, most of the playoff drivers have been good at Texas. Larson’s average finish of 23.8 is easily the worst, but he’s also capable of winning the race outright. 1.Martin Truex Jr.WIN 4.Joey Logano+14