Golf News for Tuesday, October 19, 2004
St Michael’s golf course in United Kingdom will be closed for up to four years after arsenic was discovered rising to the surface on the first nine holes. [... more » ]
Hershey Entertainment & Resorts Company has announced a comprehensive renovation of Hershey Golf Club. The project involves building a new clubhouse, swimming pool and year-round pavilion. [... more » ]
As part of a new partnership with Gear-To-Go, Inc., Avis and Budget will offer an exclusive Gear-To-Go Collectable Golf Course Locator Map at the counter at all Phoenix Avis and Budget rental locations. [... more » ]
Former US Open champion Corey Pavin, nicknamed 'The Bulldog', will add bite to the inaugural Carlsberg Masters 2004 Vietnam at Chi Linh Star Golf and Country Club next month. [... more » ]
Brent Geiberger and Tom Lehman share last week’s Crestor Charity Challenge, as the two are tied for the lead entering the final round of the Chrysler Classic of Greensboro. [... more » ]
Ernie Els gifted himself the ideal birthday present of £1 million when he successfully defended his HSBC World Match Play Championship title at Wentworth Club. [... more » ]
The Wilson Staff Pd5 and Wilson Staff Dd5 Drivers are built using Nano-Carbon crowns, titanium bodies and graphite shafts enhanced by new Nano Technology that Wilson believes, will set them apart. [... more » ]
Sandy Lane Hotel, Barabados, is booked for the rest of the year and for the first two months of 2005, due to the recent staging of the wedding of golfing sensation Tiger Woods. [... more » ]