Golf News for Monday, October 11, 2004
Davies is angry that the LPGA Tour does not count her earnings from the Evian Masters, where she finished fifth and made $111,402. That would be enough to put her 28th on the money list. [... more » ]
The LPGA Tour will return to Mexico in the spring of 2005 for the inaugural MasterCard Classic, tour officials have announced. The event is set for March 4-6 at the Bosque Real Country Club in Mexico City. [... more » ]
The Mitchell Company has reached a title sponsorship agreement with Raycom Sports, owner and operator of the Mobile LPGA Tour event, securing the event's future in the city of Mobile. [... more » ]
Two-time major champion Dottie Pepper is moving to the broadcast booth next year, signing a contract with The Golf Channel to be a lead analyst for its tournament coverage. [... more » ]
La Jolla Club Golf Company has announced that it has introduced a new line of Tungsteel Fairway Woods which feature a classic head design. [... more » ]
Kiva Dunes Golf & Beach Club – a Gulf Shores Golf Association member course – has garnered the distinguished status of being renamed to “The Sublime 75: The Best Golf Resorts In North America” by Golf Digest magazine. [... more » ]
Readers of Condé Nast Traveler recently voted the Leatherstocking Golf Course in Cooperstown, New York, and the adjoining Otesaga Hotel one of the 50 top U.S. golf resorts. [... more » ]
 
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