Golf News for Wednesday, January 28, 2015

"We are very fortunate to work with so many great properties and clients throughout the country," said KemperSports Chief Executive Officer Steve Skinner. "To be recognized as among the best is a testament to the vision of our clients and the quality of our staff that manages each facility." [... more » ]


"Yes, I am smiling today because I am quite simply ecstatic that Jean has joined the Sunice team." said Conrad Tappert, President of Sunice. "Jean is first-class guy and he really encompasses the Sunice spirit." [... more » ]


"We are excited to be involved with the launch of a unique, innovative, informative and professionally designed women's golf magazine that we can offer to our members as a courtesy," said Women's Golf Alliance President Mary Pomroy. [... more » ]


Quivira Golf Club has more oceanfront exposure than any other golf course in Los Cabos. The dazzling $40-million Nicklaus creation features seven holes set directly along the ocean, as well as views of the Pacific from every fairway. [... more » ]

St. James Bay Golf Resort is only minutes away from St. George Island, Cape San Blas, Apalachicola and all the white sand beaches your bare feet can enjoy. The resort's latest stay-and-play vacation deal gives guests a choice of; one-room suite villas or luxurious 2BD and 3BD condos. From $190. [... more » ]


"Brian may not be a household name -- yet -- but among golf teachers around the globe he's well-known and highly respected. In many ways, he's both a teachers' teacher and a swing doctor for everyday golfers," said West Michigan Golf Show's Carolyn Alt. [... more » ]


"What a great way to start the year and our relationship with Miguel," said Andy Bell, President and CEO of Jones Global Sports. "When the tournament was on the line and competition heated up, Miguel played some of his best golf and stayed cool under pressure. We'd like to think that our Supreme Cotton shirt played some small part in the victory." [... more » ]


"The Ridge Club is consistently mentioned as one of the finest Clubs in the Cape Cod region," said KemperSports CEO Steve Skinner. "We look forward to working with the ownership at the Club to grow the programming and enhance the member and guest experience." [... more » ]


"It is a great honor to be a Nike athlete," said Feng. "I really like Nike's culture and how they value the athlete, as well as provide the most innovative products." [... more » ]

Jaye Marie Green: "I reached out to Lizzie Driver because its clothes help me feel great and are the absolute best match with my on-the-go lifestyle." [... more » ]

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Oahu golf, military style: Tour Pearl Harbor, and play a round
Golf and the historical sites and museums of Pearl Harbor are a big reason why Oahu is the most visited Hawaiian island. Why not combine the two during your next visit? Contrary to popular belief, not all the military golf courses on Oahu are closed to the general public. Three military courses -- the Leilehua Golf Course and nine-hole Walter J. Nagorski G.C. (both run by the U.S. Army) and the Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course on the Marine Corps Base Hawaii -- allow public access. You just have to know the proper protocol. For more...

PGA Merchandise Show: Keep an eye on these new golf products in 2015
With the new year comes new promises of distance, accuracy and innovations. Mike Bailey strolled the PGA Merchandise Show floor in Orlando to see which new products are worth a look. For more...

The International Club of Myrtle Beach: A Lowcountry-style lesson in geography
It's called the International Club of Myrtle Beach because each hole features a tribute to a different country. In addition, the massive clubhouse has a definite European feel to it. The golf course, though, is really all South Carolina Lowcountry. For more...