Golf News for Monday, October 18, 2004
When Trump National Golf Club, Los Angeles, opens this winter on the Palos Verdes Peninsula, it will be “better than Pebble Beach,” says Donald Trump in the October 2004 edition of Fairways & Greens magazine. [... more » ]
Nike Golf has been named a supporting partner in Golf Retirement Plus. Nike Golf, headquartered in Beaverton, Ore., has been providing golfers with merchandise in every product category ever since it was formed in 1998. [... more » ]
Tournament officials have announced that tickets for the 2005 Presidents Cup are now available as the biennial international team match-play competition returns to the United States for the fourth time. [... more » ]
Ashok Kumar extended his phenomenal winning streak on the Amby Valley PGAI Tour to four in a row courtesy a final round four-under 68, which saw him romp home to a six stroke win at the ONGC-Noida Open 2004 played at the par-72, Noida Golf Course. [... more » ]
A new tournament, the Crowne Plaza Open, Shanghai, will make its debut on the Asian Tour from October 21 to 24 at Tomson Golf Club as professional golf in China continues to make giant strides forward. [... more » ]
The 24 year old Spaniard notched his fifth European Tour International Schedule title in his 69th event, at the Mallorca Classic at Pula Golf Club. [... more » ]
The Gulf Shores Golf Association has announced that Kiva Dunes Golf & Beach Club has garnered the distinguished status of being renamed to “The Sublime 75: The Best Golf Resorts In North America” by Golf Digest magazine. [... more » ]