Golf News for Monday, July 27, 2015

"The World's Largest Golf Outing is a blessing," says Dan Nevins, an Iraq War veteran. "This amazing and fun grassroots event has grown into a force in aiding injured service men and women, their families and caregivers." [... more » ]


Mike Parkhurst, Vice President, Golf for E-Z-GO: "In this next-generation vehicle, we incorporated feedback from our customers to develop an improved RXV that capitalizes on its performance with a host of upgraded features that enhance operational efficiency and guest experience." [... more » ]

"It is fantastic to see that Tour professionals continue to place trust in our clubs while producing brilliant results in a major championship like The Open at St. Andrews," says Bertie Cordle, founder and CEO of DST Golf. [... more » ]


There is a difference between "playing" a course and "experiencing" the game on a course that was inspired by its Old World legacy. Welcome to Celebration Golf Club, one of Orlando's premier golf facilities. The Gaylord Palms Resort and Celebration Package lets you stay one night and enjoy one round at Celebration from just $137. [... more » ]


"Gary Player does so much for so many people," said Dr. Hans-Walter Peters, Managing Partner at Berenberg. "It was fantastic we could honour his 50th career Grand Slam anniversary and 80th birthday in the same year we celebrate our 425th anniversary by bringing so many stars together to raise this vast amount of money for DePaulUK." [... more » ]


"THP is excellent in sharing information with golfers and concentrates on the avid, most knowledgeable of them," said Tim Gillis, Business Development Manager, Grandura Golf. "We look forward to receiving the feedback from the testers and will use this information to develop additional designs in the future." [... more » ]

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From FootGolf to GolfBoards: 10 nontraditional ways to play the game of golf
There are a growing number of alternatives ways to enjoy golf. Most still use golf balls, but a few substitute new equipment to alter the game. In any case, here are 10 variations of the game we love. For more...

Jason Day comes up big six days after coming up short
This time, Jason Day didn’t leave it short. Last Monday, on the 72nd hole at St. Andrews, Day left his birdie effort an inch short. He finished one shot out of an eventual playoff and missed a golden opportunity to cash in for his first major win. Six days later, Day was staring at another birdie putt on the 72nd green, this time to take the RBC Canadian Open. His putt broke right, straightened out, came back to the left and dropped for the fourth victory of the Aussie’s PGA Tour career and his second this year. For more...

Sacramento munis: Morton Golf manages three unique 18-hole city courses in northern California
The three municipal courses of California's capital city -- Bing Maloney Golf Complex, Bartley Cavanaugh G.C. and the Alister MacKenzie Golf Course at Haggin Oaks -- were all designed by different architects in different eras, leading to three entirely unique experiences for golfers. They're versatile, too. Bing Maloney and Haggin Oaks have extra nines for more golf or footgolf and driving ranges lighted at night. For more...