Golf News for Thursday, July 30, 2015

"Not only is Mauna Kea a world-class destination, it's an ideal setting for GolfBoarding," says Jeff Dowell, President of GolfBoard. "Having a partner with such a storied heritage is an ideal platform for our brand." [... more » ]

"Empowering young people is essential to strengthening golf for future generations," says Rich Katz, Managing Director of Buffalo. "Youth on Course has built a scalable framework to impact even more lives, and Buffalo is poised to share their inspirational stories." [... more » ]

"Golfers now will have the opportunity to see, try and purchase WellPutt training aids at TGW retail store," said Laurent-Alix Huguet, CEO of H4Distribution, which distributes WellPutt products across the U.S. "WellPutt also will be available for purchase on [... more » ]

Play Bayonet and Black Horse -- two of the most exciting golf courses on the Monterey Peninsula -- in a single day at one great rate. Includes cart, warm up balls, lunch (hot dog, chips and soda) and 20 percent off apparel in the golf shop. [... more » ]

"We want to congratulate these top players on their well-deserved wins and delight in the fact that they trust our clubs to optimize their performance," says Bertie Cordle, founder and CEO of DST Golf, "The club effectively enables golfers to experience what the correct compression of the ball should feel like." [... more » ]

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Women eager to contribute to Turnberry's history at the Ricoh Women’s British Open
The sun broke through the clouds spectacularly Wednesday morning at Trump Turnberry with the best in the women’s game making their way around the venerable course in their Ricoh Women’s British Open practice rounds. There’s an aura to this place, from Scotland’s ancient traditions to the history made on this course, and there are 144 players here who want to be part of it. For more...

Luxury golf retreat like no other: Telluride, Colorado shines in the summer
Telluride, Colorado is known more for its skiing than its golf, but Telluride Golf Club certainly holds its own. I knew the course was going to be scenic, but that was just the beginning. For more...

At Glen Ivy Golf Club in Corona, California you can watch your game soar
The 200-foot drop from 18th tee to the fairway at Glen Ivy Golf Club in Corona, Calif. is the biggest on any course in the U.S. You'll watch in awe as your ball soars for up to 10 seconds before falling back to earth. That moment is magic, but it's hardly the only highlight on this Ted Robinson Sr. design. For more...