Golf News for Thursday, November 20, 2014

The Hero World Challenge will feature the scheduled return to tournament competition of former World No. 1 Tiger Woods after a layoff while recovering from back surgery earlier this year. [... more » ]

Sir Nick Faldo: "We are going to have fun connecting with those connected to SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio. I look forward to some real entertainment." [... more » ]


"Digital Caddies offers an opportunity for us to share our GolfNow and Golf Advisor brands with avid golfers during their round," said Jeff Foster, senior vice president of Golf Channel and GolfNow's New Media Group. "The interactive display will help us ... with the goal of helping more golfers play more golf." [... more » ]

"The entire Mosaic team is thrilled to support the vitality of such an iconic New England treasure as The International," said Mosaic founding partner and chairman, Whitney Crouse. "Its national reputation for excellence is the standard we will hold high and strive to exceed." [... more » ]

"Our strategic partnerships and buying volume enable us to secure best-in-class products at affordable prices while providing the option to brand the actual gift box and/or items chosen for the event" said Pat DePirro, CEO of BirdieBox. [... more » ]


The unique Ojam golf bag line features an accessory pocket that includes a wireless speaker and room for your cell phone or other music device. This allows access to the music that drives you while playing the game you love. [... more » ]


"It's time to grow the game," said Jennifer King, President of KZG. "And the best way to do that is to give players a club that is ideal for their game. Our new OS-II driver is just one of our ten driver models and is definitely our 'easiest-to-play' model due to its forgiveness, offset and variety of loft options." [... more » ]

"Congrats to the Turkish Airlines Open champ," said Chad Hall, director of product marketing and global tour operations at True Temper Sports. "We are proud that Dynamic Gold could play a part in his first European Tour win." [... more » ]


"The biggest challenges are simply learning to swing and play, then gain access to golf courses. They don't need to be sold on the game. They just need instruction and facilities," said Andy Mears, Director of FGA Golf Operations. [... more » ]


The competitions will take place at five high-end courses in the San Antonio area, including two courses that host professional events for the PGA Tour: the Oaks and Canyons Course at TPC San Antonio. [... more » ]


"Birdies for the Brave events are becoming even more important financially to the charities that support the military, as certain services are no longer provided through the government," said Bob Holzman, TPC Prestancia's General Manager who also served in Vietnam. [... more » ]

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