News for Tuesday, August 27, 2013

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McIlroy's long-range plans offer little rest

Rory McIlroy will have either three or four weeks off after the PGA Tour season concludes before he hits the ground running with a busy schedule.

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Titleist Performance Institute launches apparel line

The acclaimed resource for golf fitness, Titleist Performance Institute now is offering performance apparel conducive for just about any workout regimen.

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Palmer gives super model Upton a golf lesson

Apparently, Arnold Palmer still has plenty of game, on and off the course. On Tuesday, Sports Illustrated cover model Kate Upton was given a golf lesson by The King himself, according to her twitter account.

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Amateur roundup: Amateurs steal OK Open spotlight

The Oklahoma Open began Aug. 23 with a high-school junior taking a two-shot lead. It ended with a different amateur taking home the title.

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American Lutz goes for 'hat trick' at Canadian Senior

If American senior amateur Chip Lutz successfully defends his Canadian Men's Senior Championship title again, he will join Canadian golfing legends Nick Weslock and Bob Wylie as the only players winning it in three consecutive years.

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Fantasy Tip Sheet: Deutsche Bank Championship

Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy are among four different favorites this week at the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston. Check out our panel's predictions.

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Woods WDs from Notah Begay charity event

A day after sources close to Tiger Woods indicated that the World No. 1 is likely to play in the Deutsche Bank Championship starting on Friday, Woods did withdraw from the Notah Begay III Foundation Challenge at Turning Stone Resort in Verona, N.Y.

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Men's countdown: No. 8 Stanford

It’s no secret that Stanford will boast one of the top players in the country this fall in junior Patrick Rodgers.

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Women's countdown: No. 8 Arizona State

Less than three years ago, Arizona State was entering tournaments with only individuals after head coach Melissa Luellen suddenly found herself with a short roster.

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Hole by hole: TPC Boston, Deutsche Bank Championship

If TPC Boston's front nine is a little mundane, the back nine makes up for it thanks to more of everything: elevation, cross hazards, scruffy native elements and increasing drama over the last four holes.