"We are honored to have the Bobby Jones brand as our presenting sponsor and official apparel provider for the Georgia Golf Trail. This is a natural fit for us, not only to promote Georgia as a premier golf destination to the world but also to showcase Georgia's rich golf history and Georgia's #1 golfer, the legendary Bobby Jones," said Doug Hollandsworth, Founder and CEO of The Georgia Golf Trail. [... more » ]
"I'm honored to be recognized by an organization so dedicated to teaching the fundamentals of golf, while making the sport fun," said Werley. "Golf is about discipline, responsibility and etiquette, important life tools, especially for kids." [... more » ]
Share ideas with speakers Mr. Dick Rugge, Former Technical Director of The USGA, Tim Moraghan, Bruce Williams, Ted Horton, and Executive Director of the GCSAA, Mr. Rhett Evans. Everything we discuss at the SOAG has a direct line to the ones we all in the industry serve the most - the golfer. [... more » ]
Located just 30 minutes north of Tampa International Airport, Saddlebrook Resort's facilities include year-round golf at one of two 18-hole Arnold Palmer Signature courses, 45 tennis courts in every Grand Slam surface, a European style Spa, seven award-winning restaurants, and more. [... more » ]
Forest Dunes Golf Club, the nationally acclaimed Tom Weiskopf-designed course in northern Michigan, has experienced exciting growth and recognition in two seasons under new ownership. Check out the Forest Dunes 2014 package offerings, which are now available for booking! [... more » ]
"We are ecstatic to be partnering with Greenway Golf the "Ambassadors of Fun". It is important to Just One Golf that multi-course management companies share our passion for bringing more fun and excitement to the game of golf without alienating the traditional players," said Dave Wertz of Just One Golf. [... more » ]
"We have so many supporters, students and alumni from China and to be able to share information about the Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy with them in their native language is very important," said Gilchrist, who teaches China's first major winner Shanshan Feng on the LPGA Tour. "We can help students from this region reach their goals and dreams." [... more » ]
"In the economic uncertainty of recent years, some classic resorts have still proven popular and few more so than PGA Catalunya Resort near the historic Spanish city of Girona," wrote property contributor to The Times, Graham Norwood. [... more » ]
"We're excited to offer the Fore Golf-a-holics brand along side other quality golf brands like Antigua, Loudmouth Golf, Bridgestone, and Bermuda Sands and others featured on ReadyGolf.com," said Catherine Dachs, ReadyGolf.com. [... more » ]
"The Golf Genius app is designed to enhance the golf experience and provide golfers with efficient score entry, access to real-time leaderboard displays and the opportunity to leverage the fun, social and interactive functions of Golf Genius Software's products," said Mike Zisman, President and CEO of Golf Genius Software. [... more » ]
Patrick Reed wins third PGA Tour title at Doral
Patrick Reed felt he belongs among the best in the world. He beat them all Sunday in the Cadillac Championship. The 23-year-old made back-to-back birdies early on the front nine to build a big lead and showed off a great short game when the pressure was building on the new Blue Monster at Doral. Equipped with a two-shot lead, the 23-year-old Texan wisely played the final hole conservatively. He two-putted for bogey and closed with an even-par 72 for a one-shot victory over Bubba Watson and Jamie Donaldson of Wales. For more...
Tiger Woods battles bad back Sunday at Doral, shoots 78
Tiger Woods grimaced his way through a final-round 6-over 78 that left him with a share of 25th place at the WGC-Cadillac Championship. It was the eighth birdie-free round of his PGA Tour career, which spans a total of 1,128 rounds. He often winced after drives, while picking up his tee and clearly looked uncomfortable standing over putts. Jason Sobel has more from Doral. For more...
Patrick Warburton and friends: Celebrity golf in the California desert to cure kids' cancer
Picking up where the old Bob Hope Classic left off, the Patrick Warburton Celebrity Golf for Kids Tournament drew more than 50 celebrities to Palm Desert, Calif. in early March to raise money for St. Jude Children's Hospital. The lineup includes celebrities from film, TV and sports. The golf was played at the Classic Club and the JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa's Palm Course. The festivities also included a songwriters night, jam session and gala. For more...