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AP Source: Golfers McIlroy, Fowler Set for Prime-time Match in Detroit

McIlroy-FowlerFor the first time in more than a decade, golf is getting another prime-time exhibition. Except this one will be live — under the lights and in Detroit.

Quicken Loans Inc. is finalizing details for a match involving Rory McIlroy and Rickie Fowler a week before the U.S Open, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press on Monday.

The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the match has not been announced.

The match would be at the Detroit Golf Club on June 7, the Tuesday before U.S. Open week begins at Oakmont outside of Pittsburgh.

The first two hours would be televised live by Golf Channel, followed by the 9-11 p.m. slot shown live on CBS. It was not clear how many holes would be broadcast under the lights.

Unlike the Monday night matches involving Tiger Woods in 1999 and 2000, there would be a celebrity component with this exhibition. The person said it would be “Team Rory” against “Team Rickie.”

Still to be determined are the celebrities and the format.

Quicken Loans, the Detroit-based mortgage company, is no stranger to offbeat sporting challenges. It already has staged the first college basketball game on an active aircraft carrier, and two years ago offered $1 billion to anyone who completed a perfect bracket in the NCAA basketball tournament.

In golf, it became title sponsor of the Quicken Loans National, hosted by Woods, in 2014 and has a personal endorsement deal with Fowler. As part of its PGA Tour involvement, Quicken Loans has a sweepstakes in which it pays someone’s mortgage for a year when a PGA Tour player makes a hole-in-one.


Midtown Boutique Celebrates Detroit’s History of Smart Design


When Liz Boone and Team Detroit adman Toby Barlow co-founded the design boutique Nora three years ago, there wasn’t a whole lot happening on the block in terms of retail shopping. City Bird had established itself as a destination for smart, unique gifts, and Hugh had just received a Hatch grant to bring bachelor-pad themed goods to Midtown. But the block just wasn’t a destination — yet.

Boone says the inspiration for the store came from a recent trip to Paris with Barlow. “We were walking around, and we’d stop to have a coffee at a café and then we’d go shopping and we just thought to ourselves, ‘This is what Detroit needs — this sense of community and this place to gather and to eat and to dine and to shop and to build community,'” Boone says. That’s when they got the idea to partner with Hugh. “We thought, ‘How about if we partner in another store? One store alone might not be enough to get people down, but maybe two stores will.'”

For Nora, Boone says the idea was to create something that could pay homage to Detroit’s legacy of design. “At one point in time we were the cradle of modernism — you think about Cranbrook and Eames and Saarinen. We had this incredible design history,” Boone says. “And we thought, ‘Let’s shine a light on that, let’s celebrate that again, and really elevate Detroit’s profile again in the area of design.'”

But Boone says they didn’t want to just limit it to Detroit’s design history. “We also wanted to make sure it was world-class design, no matter where it came from,” she says. “It’s not just about celebrating Detroit design, but celebrating design — period. But we also want to call attention to the great artists and designers that we have here.”