Chappell, who missed the cut on his PGA Championship debut last year, recorded three birdies on each nine while Palmer briefly got to seven under for the outright lead before he bogeyed his penultimate hole, the par-three eighth. McIlroy, with his game in sparkling order, birdied three of his first nine holes to reach the turn in three-under 32 before he hit his second shot at the 10th out-of-bounds en route to a double-bogey. He then bogeyed the par-three 11th. However, the Northern Irish world number one responded in spectacular fashion, reeling off four consecutive birdies from the 12th, before picking up another shot at the par-five last where he comfortably reached the green in two and two-putted. “You have to take whatever you are feeling inside and try and turn it into a positive,” McIlroy said of his rocky ride over 10 and 11. “I was ‘hot’ and it’s (all about) trying to use that fire as a fuel to propel yourself forward “I think it just shows where my game is mentally right now, that I was able to do that today,” added the Northern Irishman, who ended the day level with American Jim Furyk, Italy’s Edoardo Molinari, Swede Henrik Stenson and Englishman Chris Wood.
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Brummel won both Fashion Revue and Best of Show honors. YORKVILLE More than 20 youth from Kendall County 4-H Clubs participated in the 2014 4-H Fashion Revue July 24 at Cross Lutheran Church in Yorkville. Related Links Two receive theater scholarships from local troupe Our participating 4-Hers showcased all their hard work and skills through their final garments and modeled them for an audience of more than 60, said Kim Eisnaugle, 4-H Youth Development Program Coordinator. Many of the youth also modeled retro and review vintage outfits on the ‘Rewind Runway,’ which was the theme of this years show. The 4-H Clothing Committees Colleen Konop narrated the 2014 Fashion Revue, which was judged by volunteers Chris Anderson and Lindsey Anderson. Superintendent volunteers Jodi Brummel, Stacy Rehberg and Mary Schobert managed the day and announced the winners.
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“A lot of these are nice [amenities], but not make-or-break features that determine whether someone will buy a particular place,” says Stephen Melman of the National Association of Home Builders , which surveyed some 400 members recentlyto see what they’re planning to include in upcoming projects. Melman says items the survey found have fallen out of fashion are generally expensive amenities that few consumers are willing to pay for in today’s post-bust housing market. “A lot of it has to do with the bottom line,” he says. “Consumers are asking: ‘Is this something I can cross out and still enjoy my new home?'” Read More: 5 Cities Offering Homes From Your Favorite Decade Look below for a rundown of items that survey participants told the NAHB they’re least likely to build into typical homes (or click here for a look at features that topped the association’s poll). All of the amenities below averaged less than 2.5 on a five-point scale of how likely contractors said they were to include a given feature in homes they planned to build in the near future.