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McIlroy sounds Woods alarm; opportunity knocks for Lowry

Masters champion Tiger Woods drives No. 11 during Round 1 of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club, Thursday, November 12, 2020. Rory McIlroy might not be composing a requiem for Tiger Woods but he admitted we may be it may witnessing “the end of seeing the genius at work with a club in his hand.”The world number eight is looking to bounce back fr...
Tags: Florida, Sport, Thailand, Canada, Ireland, Golf, Rory Mcilroy, Pga Tour, European Tour, Wgc, Korea, Shane Lowry, Padraig Harrington, Riviera, Lowry, Woods


Ladies Irish Open return a priority for LET

Ladies European Tour CEO, Alexandra Armas. Picture: LET The Ladies European Tour insists it will continue its fight to revive the Ladies Irish Open and bring it back next year.The LET released a record-breaking 2021 schedule on February 12 and while the Ladies Irish Open was conspicuous by its absence for the ninth year in a row, Ladies European Tour,...
Tags: Europe, Sweden, Sport, Ireland, Golf, Switzerland, Finland, Holland, Ladies European Tour, Leona, Leona Maguire, Dun Laoghaire, Stephanie Meadow, Killeen Castle, Portmarnock Links, Lake Nona


The 4 biggest hurdles blocking the arrival of flying cars - and the top startups with the best shot of blowing past them

ZeroAvia is just one of many startups working to modernize air travel, building hydrogen-powered planes. ZeroAvia For an industry based entirely on the arrival of a new kind of aircraft, many technological and logistical hurdles must be cleared. Those include battery tech, business plans, and the role drones must play before flying cars can take off. The good news is that heaps of startups are working on these problems — and we've rounded up the best contenders to deliver the future of fli...
Tags: Florida, China, Trends, Nasa, Dubai, Batteries, Aviation, Hydrogen, Faa, Ghana, Orlando, Rwanda, Airmap, Marcus, Reuters, Eric Adams


Electric Shared Ride Jets

https://www.lakenona.com/news/lilium-partners-with-tavistock-development-and-city-of-orlando-to-establish-florida-as-the-first-advanced-aerial-mobility-region-in-the-united-states/ Lake Nona/Munich, November 11, 2020: The first hub location for a high-speed, electric air mobility network in America will be launched by 2025 in Lake Nona in Orlando, Florida. Lilium, the Munich, Germany-based aviation company developing an all-electric, vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) jet aircraft, Tavis...
Tags: Florida, US, America, Orlando, Munich Germany, Brad Gryder, Lake Nona, Lilium, Remo Gerber Lilium, Tavistock Development Company, Electric Shared Ride Jets, united states Lake Nona Munich, Orlando Florida Lilium


Orlando just unveiled plans for the first US flying taxi airport. Passengers will be able to book the vehicles via an app and zoom over the highway at 186 mph — take a look.

Lilium and Lake Nona Plans for the first US high-speed flying-taxi network were unveiled Wednesday. The proposed "Lake Nona Vertiport" in Orlando will let passengers skip Florida's highways and travel in one of German manufacturer Lilium's 186 mph jets. Passengers will be able to book the electric-powered jets, which are still in development, via an app, similar to Uber and Lyft. The City Council granted Lilium a tax break of more than $800,000 over nine years, and the whole project will ...
Tags: Transportation, Business, Florida, Germany, Planes, Cars, US, Trends, Ceo, Munich, New York Times, Transport, Aviation, Aeroplane, City Council, Flying Cars


Central Florida Could Become Hub For Jetsons-Like ’Flying Cars

The Tavistock Development Corp. is constructing a Jetsons-like aviation facility in Orlando's Lake Nona area.
Tags: News, Orlando, Lake Nona, Central Florida Could Become Hub, Tavistock Development Corp


McIlroy five back at Harbour Town; Hatton seeks back to back US wins

Tyrrell Hatton of England reacts to his birdie on the 18th green during the third round of the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) Rory McIlroy is one of 35 players within five shots of the lead heading into the final round of the RBC Heritage. The Holywood star is five st...
Tags: UK, England, Mexico, US, Sport, United States, Chile, Hawaii, Ian Poulter, Golf, Rory Mcilroy, Sergio Garcia, Pga Tour, Palmer, Hilton, States


"We have to look at the big picture" - COVID-19 puts golf in perspective for McDowell

Graeme McDowell tees off on the fourth hole during the second round at the 2019 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, Calif. on Friday, June 14, 2019. (Copyright USGA/JD Cuban) Graeme McDowell knows that the Majors, the Ryder Cup and the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open fade into insignificance compared to the devastation caused by the coronavirus epi...
Tags: Saudi Arabia, Sport, Ryder Cup, Graeme Mcdowell, Golf, Rory Mcilroy, Pga Tour, European Tour, Wgc, Shane Lowry, Orlando, Rio, Majors, McDowell, USGA, Portrush


McDowell bullish about 2020 after top four finish in Hawaii

Graeme McDowell © USGA/JD Cuban Graeme McDowell is determined to enjoy life after 40 and he proved he's still got plenty of game when he drew on his bad-weather DNA to fire a closing 64 and tie for fourth in the Sony Open in Hawaii. European Ryder Cup captain Pádraig Harrington suggested that the Portrush man should limit his ambitions to a vice-captain's role when McDowell playf...
Tags: Australia, Sport, Ireland, Hawaii, Graeme Mcdowell, Golf, Pga Tour, Patrick Reed, Brisbane, Smith, Padraig Harrington, Zurich, Maui, Rbc, Waialae Country Club, McDowell


Portstewart tells members it will host Dubai Duty Free Irish Open in 2021

Portstewart Golf Club Portstewart Golf Club has told its members it will host the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open for the second time in four years in 2021.According to the BBC, the news was announced at the club's AGM on Thursday evening.“Portstewart's members were told that discussions between the European Tour and the club resulted in an agreement being finalised last week,” the rep...
Tags: Florida, Sport, Bbc, Graeme Mcdowell, Golf, Gleneagles, European Tour, Wisconsin, Clarke, Shane Lowry, Padraig Harrington, Darren Clarke, Agm, McDowell, Portstewart, Harrington


McKibbin and Power make Jacques Léglise Trophy team

Tom McKibbin (Ulster) driving at the 16th tee during the opening day of the Boys Interprovincial Matches at Slieve Russell Golf Resort  (24/07/2018). Picture by Pat Cashman Kilkenny's Mark Power and Holywood's Tom McKibbin have been named in the Great Britain and Ireland team to face the Continent of Europe in Jacques Léglise Trophy.The match will take place at  Kytäjä Golf in Fin...
Tags: Europe, Sweden, Robin Williams, Spain, Sport, Power, Ireland, Golf, Finland, Kent, Arnold, Great Britain, Wilson, Ballybunion, Portstewart, Holywood


Power falls in quarters at British Boys

Spains' Jose Luis Ballester Conor Gough will play Jose Luis Ballester in the Final of the 92nd Boys Amateur Championship at Royal Portrush after Kilkenny's Mark Power made his exit in the quarterfinals.All square with three to play against Lake Nona based English player Joseph Pagdin, Power lost the 16th and 17th to fall by 2&1.ScoresGough booked his place in the Final thanks to a...
Tags: England, Sweden, Spain, Sport, Golf, Sergio Garcia, Sheffield, Denmark, Hull, Valencia, Hopkins, Sergio, Matt, Rasmus, Kilkenny, Gough


Ed Forman: A Reputation for Success

Vitals: Watson Realty Corp. Years in Business: 52 Size: 52 offices, 1,500 agents Regions Served: Jacksonville to Greater Orlando to Port Charlotte 2017 Sales Volume: $3.445 billion 2017 Transactions: 15,912 No. 43 in sales volume in RISMedia’s 2018 Power Broker Report www.watsonrealtycorp.com Before entering the real estate business in 1972, Ed Forman served on Senator Herman Talmadge’s staff in Savannah, Ga., and for the U.S. Senate in D.C. for eight years. While he “bumped” into real estate, F...
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Elliott on cloud nine as Koepka goes back to back at US Open

Brooks Koepka shakes hands with his caddie Ricky Elliott on the 18th green after they won their second consecutive U.S. Open during the final round of the 2018 U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, N.Y. on Sunday, June 17, 2018.  (Copyright USGA/John Mummert) Brooks Koepka hailed Portrush caddie Ricky Elliott for helping him come back from the dead to become the ...
Tags: Europe, Japan, US, America, Sport, Ireland, Southampton, Pga, Golf, Patrick Reed, Dustin Johnson, Ohio, Brooks Koepka, Jordan Spieth, Majors, Elliott


Curley determined to bounce back: "I’ve had setbacks before"

Cian Curley England's Charlie Bull thanked Graeme McDowell and Ian Poulter for helping him make it through the PGA TOUR Latinoamerica Qualifying Tournament in Colombia.But Newlands' Cian Curley was bitterly disappointed with his performance and vowed to battle back soon.The Dubliner followed three successive 74s with a closing 77 to finish tied for 55th on 15-over-par in an event ...
Tags: England, Instagram, Spain, Sport, Colombia, Canada, Italy, Pga, Ian Poulter, Graeme Mcdowell, Golf, Brazil, Jack Nicklaus, Shane Smith, Orlando, Bull


New Ministry grants announced

The Episcopal Church has announced grants totaling $421,000 have been awarded to ten new ministry initiatives across the church.  The funding will be going to start two new congregations, four ministries that are “hybrid” starts and three new “mission enterprise zones.” Two were discernment grants to assist dioceses in assessing the viability of potential new ministry efforts.  As part of the funding, these communities will become part of the new ministry learning network.  This network provides...
Tags: Minnesota, Church, Religion, Atlanta, Georgia, Washington Dc, Iowa, South Sudan, Ohio, John, Honduras, Cleveland, Detroit, Bethesda, Alexandria, Jesus Christ


Lake Nona developer expands community by 1,800 more acres

Lake Nona already has made national headlines with its transformation of cow pastures into world-class developments — but 17 square miles apparently isn’t enough for the southeast Orlando community.
Tags: Orlando, Lake Nona


Here are the 25 best Central Florida neighborhoods to live in. No. 1 will surprise you.

Orlando attracts people of all ages who want to live here, from millennials to families and seniors. You've probably heard about hot neighborhoods like Lake Nona and Baldwin Park, but where else are folks living happily ever after in Central Florida? Click on the gallery to see the best neighborhoods in metro Orlando. Orlando Business Journal turned to Niche.com to find out, as it just released its findings about 15,000 towns and neighborhoods and the best places to live. Its rankings are...
Tags: Florida, Orlando, Baldwin Park, Lake Nona, Orlando Orlando Business Journal


KPMG to host groundbreaking event for $430M Lake Nona training campus

Audit giant KPMG LLP has set a date to celebrate the start of construction on its big, estimated $430 million KPMG Learning, Development and Innovation Campus at Lake Nona. KPMG and Lake Nona developer Tavistock Development Co. LLC will host a May 22 groundbreaking celebration on the 55-acre site on Lake Nona Boulevard where it will build the new complex. The Big Four accounting firm has had plans in the works since late last year to bring a new training center to Lake Nona which it plans to c...
Tags: Kpmg, KPMG LLP, Lake Nona Boulevard, Lake Nona, Tavistock Development Co LLC, KPMG Learning Development and Innovation Campus, Lake Nona KPMG


PDQ fast-casual restaurant opens location in Central Florida

Deciding to open a PDQ restaurant franchise in Clermont was a no-brainer. "We're really focused on great community areas. Clermont is very business-friendly, has great schools and churches. Clermont certainly fits the bill of a great community we want to bring PDQ to," said Jeffrey Kamis, vice president of media and public relations at PDQ. PDQ, which stands for "People Dedicated to Quality," is opening the Tampa-based franchise's 56th location in Clermont on May 7. Another location in Lake No...
Tags: Tampa, Central Florida, PDQ, Clermont, Lake Nona, Jeffrey Kamis


PDQ fast-casual restaurant opens in Clermont

Deciding to open a PDQ restaurant franchise in Clermont was a no-brainer. "We're really focused on great community areas. Clermont is very business-friendly, has great schools and churches. Clermont certainly fits the bill of a great community we want to bring PDQ to," said Jeffrey Kamis, vice president of media and public relations at PDQ. PDQ, which stands for "People Dedicated to Quality," opened the Tampa-based franchise's 56th location in Clermont on May 5. Another location in Lake Nona s...
Tags: Tampa, PDQ, Clermont, Lake Nona, Jeffrey Kamis


New research uncovers role of mysterious molecule in skin cancer

New research from Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute (SBP) at Lake Nona uncovers the modus operandi of a mysterious molecule called SPRIGHTLY that has been previously implicated in colorectal cancer, breast cancer, and melanoma.
Tags: Health, Lake Nona


Orlando’s USTA campus wins NCAA tennis championships

The U.S. Tennis Association's national campus at Lake Nona in Orlando will host the NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships in 2019 and 2021, as well as the NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships in 2022. The bid process was done with the Central Florida Sports Commission, the University of Central Florida, Oglethorpe University in Georgia, the city of Orlando and Orange County. The USTA National Campus will host the nation’s top eight men’s and women’s… ...
Tags: Georgia, Ncaa, Orange County, Orlando, USTA, USTA National Campus, NCAA Division, U S Tennis Association, Lake Nona


7 things to know today and UCF's Lake Nona teaching hospital gets key approval

Good morning, Orlando! The University of Central Florida and Nashville-based HCA Healthcare's new teaching hospital in Lake Nona earned a key unanimous approval Thursday from the State University System’s Board of Governors. UCF Lake Nona Medical Center, which will be built adjacent to the UCF College of Medicine, is a public-private partnership with UCF Academic Health and the North Florida Division of Hospital Corporation of America (HCA). Under the agreement, HCA will spend $175 million in...
Tags: Nashville, University of Central Florida, HCA, UCF, Lake Nona, HCA Healthcare, UCF College of Medicine, UCF Academic Health


UCF, HCA hospital partnership earns key state approval

The University of Central Florida and Nashville-based HCA Healthcare's proposed teaching hospital in Lake Nona earned a key unanimous approval Thursday from the State University System’s Board of Governors. The UCF Lake Nona Medical Center, which will be built adjacent to the UCF College of Medicine, is a public-private partnership with UCF Academic Health and the North Florida Division of Hospital Corporation of America (HCA). Under the agreement, HCA will spend $175 million in cash to build…...
Tags: Nashville, University of Central Florida, HCA, Lake Nona, UCF HCA, HCA Healthcare, UCF College of Medicine, UCF Academic Health


Pig Floyd’s awaits final city OK to open Lake Nona restaurant

It’s been a long wait for Thomas Ward to open his second Central Florida Pig Floyd’s Urban Barbakoa — and now, he has to wait a little longer. The owner of the Latin-style barbecue restaurant originally targeted March 23 as the opening date for the new 2,000-square-foot, 80-seat eatery in Lake Nona. However, a holdup with the certificate of occupancy from the city has put his grand-opening date in flux, Ward told Orlando Business Journal. So now, he's just waiting for the thumbs up from the… ...
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The Hilarious Reason Parents Want This Middle School To Change Its Name

Students in Lake Nona, a gated community in Orlando, Florida, are excited for their new middle school — they're just not excited for its name. The school hasn't opened yet, but it's already sparking controversy with the proposed name Innovation Park Middle School, or IPMS for short.To add to the jokes kids going to this school will almost certainly endure, the school board has also proposed that the school colors be black, white, and, well, red.You can see how this might be a problem. And so ca...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Cnn, Orange County, Orlando Florida, Chris Clark, Lake Nona, Innovation Park Middle School, Christal Feldman, Lake Nona Moss Park, IPMS Innovation Park Middle School, Innovation Way Middle School


First look: Tavistock reveals new images of Lake Nona Town Center

There's always so much happening in Lake Nona — but along with all the new shops and apartments being developed, plans are percolating for the next phase of the huge Lake Nona Town Center. Tavistock Development Co. LLC hasn't revealed any new tenants yet, but it is working on a strategy on how to market what's being called Lake Nona Town Center Phase 2A, a significant piece of the 3.8 million-square-foot, estimated $780 million lifestyle center. That project got recommended approval from the ci...
Tags: Tavistock, Lake Nona, Lake Nona Town Center, Lake Nona Town Center Tavistock Development Co LLC, Lake Nona Town Center Phase


Tavistock takes steps forward on Lake Nona Town Center's next big phase

Lake Nona is getting closer to starting construction on a big entertainment addition to the 17-square-mile community. Developer Tavistock Development Co. LLC on March 9 is expected to go before the city of Orlando's Southeast town design review committee with a specific parcel master plan for what's being called Phase 2A — a significant piece of the $780 million, 3.8 million-square-foot open-air lifestyle and entertainment center planned for Lake Nona. Tavistock has submitted plans that includ...
Tags: Orlando, Tavistock, Lake Nona, Lake Nona Tavistock, Lake Nona Town Center, Developer Tavistock Development Co LLC


Sneak peek: Site plans revealed of Lake Nona micro-apartment complex

You now can get an in-depth sneak peak of Lake Nona's micro-apartment plans. Take a look at the slideshow to see the project's latest drawings, including plans for the final overall site, architecture, landscaping and lighting. Orlando-based Tavistock Development Co. LLC submitted the documents in an appearance review request to the city of Orlando's City Planning Division and is targeting an April construction start, as previously reported by Orlando Business Journal. The 11-story, 296,204-s...
Tags: Orlando, Orlando Business Journal, Lake Nona, Tavistock Development Co LLC