Golf News for Thursday, May 28, 2015

The Pennines Golf Trail, showcasing five scenic courses in the foothills of England's mountain spine, aims to attract golfers from home and abroad who appreciate scenic beauty as they line up their putts. [... more » ]

"As many know, Judy's reputation speaks for itself," said George Roat, Executive Director. "We have talked with several golf associations and organizations and they are excited about the JTR Suitcase Fund and feel there is a real need for this type of support for young girls looking to pursue the game and live in geographical areas such as Judy's." [... more » ]

"We are excited to partner with the Connecticut Section PGA to showcase the elite golf courses that Connecticut has to offer the world," said Jason Gregory, Founder and CEO of CaddyX. "The CaddyX Club Champion Program exemplifies the unique and premium guest experience that CaddyX delivers to traveling golfers." [... more » ]

"There are already more amateurs and professionals who are participating in this event compared to last year. The time of year, the weather, and the location all play a role in the interest we've seen for 2015," says Ron Schmid, PGA, CPGA Executive Director. [... more » ]

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Yes, there is affordable golf in Orlando
With nearly 200 golf courses, there is certainly no shortage of quality golf in Orlando. The only problem is that during peak season, most of them, it seems, are at resorts, and the green fees aren't exactly on the economical side. Here is a look at some of the Orlando area's better values, in peak season or offseason. For more...

Greens, views define a round of golf at Las Sendas Golf Club in Mesa, Arizona
Las Sendas Golf Club in Mesa lands on just about every list of top courses in Arizona; and while the course is quirky, unique and challenging it's more about the location. Las Sendas sits in the Usery Mountains with gorgeous views of vistas, with Red Mountain the star of the show. For more...