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Proud of his village. There's fresh paint everywhere. The brick sidewalks are swept clean, shop windows are spotless, and pretty petunias fill baskets hanging from every green street lamp post. Proud of his game. His masterpiece, Pinehurst No. Women's Open golf tournaments in back to back weeks on its restored 18 hole layout, beginning with practice rounds Monday. Proud of his legacy. The Sandhills are full of golf courses that beckon people from all over the world to come play. Or come to watch a major tournament or two. And those people spend money. State and the Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen Area Convention Visitors Bureau predict the two Opens rn could generate a $169 million economic impact for North Carolina. That's all well and good. But do two big golf tournaments 75 miles away matter here in Greensboro? You bet they do, said David McNeill, Guilford County's manager until 2009 and now the mayor of Southern Pines, a stone's throw from Pinehurst. Open in Pinehurst matters to someone in Guilford County for the same reason that the ACC basketball tournament matters to someone in Moore County," McNeill said. "The ACC's home base is Greensboro, but it's a championship that matters throughout the state. Well, it's the same thing here in golfs home base." Founded in 1895, this little village of 15,000 people lies in the heart of golf nirvana. There are more than 40 golf courses in and around Pinehurst, with 23 earning four star or better ratings in Golf Digest magazine's "Best Places to Play" list. Open director of operations since 2006, lives in Pinehurst. Jones has overseen tournaments in big markets like New York, San Francisco, Philadelphia and Washington. Truth is, they're small markets compared with Pinehurst. "Oh, this is our biggest site," Jones said. "In 2005, we had over 325,000 people for the week. That's still the record for the biggest crowd. And all of our tickets are bar coded and scanned, so that's a real number." Daily tickets start at $50 for the men's tournament and $30 for the women's tournament. Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the 114th Open are already sold out. Multiticket corporate hospitality packages this year included both tournaments, with prices ranging from $45,000 to $215,000. Open this week and as many as 25,000 for the Women's Open next week. To put that in perspective: The entire population of Moore County is not quite 90,000. That led to doubts back in 1999, when Pinehurst played host for the first time. "As a North Carolina native and a Pinehurst resident, I'm a little biased," Jones said, "but it really is the best place we go. Logistically, it works great. I've had experiences in New York and San Francisco, and sometimes being small is an advantage. Open." The biggest hurdle is hotels. But Jones said Pinehurst solves that shortage the way Augusta solves it for the Masters, where visitors rent private homes and condos or simply stay farther away. "That distance isn't always a big deal," Jones said. or Philadelphia. You might be 10 or 12 miles away as the crow flies, but that could translate to over an hour of travel time." The Open works in Pinehurst, Jones said, because support comes from well beyond the little village. "First and foremost, this is a North Carolina event," Jones said. "When you look at Raleigh and Charlotte and Greensboro, they all sort of claim Pinehurst. That kind of support has certainly been a key to making this work. The people in this state kind of view Pinehurst as a treasure in their own backyard. It's a special place, and they don't take it for granted." It's 39,000 square feet of carpeted retail space, a business run by Mary Lopuszynski, the USGA's senior director of licensing and merchandising. She oversees a full time staff of eight, plus 20 interns, plus a sales force of about 200 people sent by vendors. "There are a lot of moving parts," Lopuszynski said, "but we're open for just 18 days, and then we go out of business." These promise to be a hectic 18 days, with more than 500,000 individual items for sale. All that stuff is either in the store or just outside at a makeshift warehouse of 25,53 foot UPS trailers lined up side by side, with back doors open to a temporary plywood loading dock. "We do have sales goals, but we don't release the numbers," Lopuszynski said. "I can tell you that, hopefully, over the two weeks of the men's and women's Opens we'll do 130,000 transactions. It's significant. It will get so busy that there will be times we'll have to close the front doors to let the crowd thin out a little bit. It's like Black Friday every day." Maybe. But how many stores on Black Friday have 49 cash registers at the point of sale? Front and center in the store is Polo Ralph Lauren merchandise, all of it from the company's service center in Greensboro. 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But Cheryl Turkington, assistant archivist at the North Jersey History and Genealogy Center of the Morristown and Morris Township Library, said the Irish did have an advantage."What the Irish had going for them was something unlike any other immigrant group: They spoke the language,'' she said.In his book, "The Irish in New Jersey,'' Dermot Quinn writes that one of the state's first colonists was an Irishman named James Carrell, who settled in Randolph. His descendants stayed on his land for more than two centuries and today there is a Carrell Road in Randolph.The first Irish to come to America did so, as many other immigrant groups, to gainreligious freedom. Additionally, laws in Ireland were especially harsh on Catholics, making it hard for them to even own their own land. 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They were the have nots the blacks, the Irish, maybe orphans who saw this as an opportunity to get a foothold in society.''And, he added, in the case of the Irish, "There was no love lost for the British.''So in early March of 1780, with the hardest winter on record in America starting to wane, army officers distributed news of political unrest against the British in Ireland to rally the 10,000 troops. In a public relations coup, Washington decided to call a holiday on St. Patrick's Day the troops had not even been given Christmas Day off and ordered the display of a flag declaring "The Independence of Ireland.''Colonel Francis Johnston, one of the Pennsylvania brigades' commanders, bought rum for his troops. 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Most roads are expected to return to normal by 5pm,although many will reopen earlier. Saturday 17 May From 9am: Tonman Street will be closed between Deansgate and Barton Street. There will be no access from Deansgate along Tonman Street or onto Longworth Street. Sunday 18 May 2014 From 4am (to build the start and finish areas): Portland Street between Oxford Street and Princess Street, including Dickinson Street to the south east of Portland Street. Deansgate between Whitworth Street West and Peter Street, including St John Street from Deansgate to Byrom Street. From 8am (for the course to be set up): Princess Street between Albert Square and Portland Street; Portland Street from Princess Street to New York Street; Chepstow Street; Great Bridgewater Street; Bridgewater Viaduct; Chester Road between Bridgewater Viaduct and Cornbrook; Bridgewater Way; Chester Road between White City Circle and Sir Matt Busby Way; Sir Matt Busby Way; Wharfside Way; Warren Bruce Road; Trafford Wharf Road between Warren Bruce Road and Trafford Road; Waterside; Sir Alex Ferguson Way (formerly Water's Reach); Trafford Road from White City Circle to Colgate Lane; Peter Street; Southmill Street; Bootle Street; Jackson's Row; Lloyd Street; Central Street; Byrom Street between Quay Street and Hardman Street; Hardman Street; Atkinson Street; Deansgate between Peter Street and John Dalton Street; Oxford Street between Peter Street and Whitworth Street West; Abingdon Street; George Street from Charlotte Street to Nicholas Street and Nicholas Street to Princess Street; Minshull Street from Portland Street to Aytoun; Bloom Street from Chorlton Street to Princess Street; Major Street from Sackville Street to Princess Street; City Road East and Great Jackson Street. From 9.30am (to link up the start of the course with Bridgewater Viaduct) : Whitworth Street West from Deansgate to Gloucester Street; Albion Street; Medlock Street. Residents who need to use their car on race day morningare advised to find alternative parking away from the affected roads before the closures are implemented. Event stewards and course staff will be on hand to help and will be allowing access to and fromproperties when it is safe to do so up until 9.30am. Road reopening timesFrom 1.30pm: Albion Street; Medlock Street; City Road East; Great Jackson Street; Whitworth Street West from Albion Street to Gloucester Street. From 2.30pm: Portland Street; Chepstow Street; Great Bridgewater Street; Princess Street, George Street and Oxford Street. From 5pm: All other roads in use for the course except those at the finish area. From 7pm: St John Street From 9pm: Tonman Street Parking suspensionsOn street parking will be suspended from 3am on Sunday 18 May along the race route. 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Green to return this week for Bengals, Bernard ruled out with hip injuryAs one offensive playmaker returns to the lineup for the Cincinnati Bengals, another exits. Green is in, running back Giovani Bernard is out for game against the Jaguars.

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