Golf News for Friday, October 22, 2004
Tongji University is launching an MBA program that not only covers basic business skills like marketing and accounting, but also teaches students to hit the fairways in regulation, chip from the sand trap and putt. [... more » ]
Rebuilding Together Petaluma this week will accept the final installment of a $200,000 national contribution presented as part of the 2004 Healthy Homes Tour, a year-long, coast-to-coast effort by Georgia-Pacific Corp. and the Champions Tour. [... more » ]
Barcelo Crestline Corp. will acquire Springfield, Mo. Based hotel developer John Q. Hammons Hotels Inc for nearly $63 million in cash. [... more » ]
Huffy Corporation has announced that the Company and all of its United States and Canadian subsidiaries have filed voluntary petitions for protection under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code in the United States Bankruptcy Court. [... more » ]
GPS Industries Inc. has announced that Ontario distributor, Synergy Golf Solutions (Synergy), will introduce Inforemer, the world’s first Wi-Fi-enabled GPS golf business solution, at the Ontario PGA Golf Merchandise Show October 27-29, 2004. [... more » ]
England’s Neil Cheetham stormed to the top of the leaderboard at the European Challenge Tour’s Bouygues Telecom Grand Final, carding an opening round of six under par 65 at the Golf du Médoc in Bordeaux. [... more » ]
GolfGym, the maker of the GolfGym PowerSwing Trainer, will introduce its latest golf conditioning product the GolfGym HeavyClub at the Fall PGA Merchandise Show in Las Vegas. [... more » ]
In readiness for the Open Championship 2005, the Road Hole Bunker, the notorious bunker on the most famous hole in world golf, the 17th hole of the Old Course, is being made more difficult for golfers to avoid. [... more » ]
Golf Magazine has ranked Tidewater Golf Club as one of the "Top 100 You Can Play" in its biennial list of America's best public-access courses. [... more » ]
Kiel Christianson touched a nerve with his first blog about golf analyst Johnny Miller: "I will admit that Miller is knowledgeable, and truthful, indeed. So I revise my statement: Miller is a knowledgeable and truthful insufferable know-it-all." [... more » ]