Golf News for Wednesday, October 27, 2004
Ashworth, Inc., a leading designer of sportswear and golf apparel, has announced the winners of the first annual Callaway Golf apparel Merchandiser of the Year Award. [... more » ]
Richard Sterne was left toasting a double celebration after his victory in the Open de Madrid. Not only was the two stroke win the 23 year old’s maiden success on The European Tour, it also guaranteed him playing privileges for the 2005 season. [... more » ]
Callaway Golf Company has unveiled another patented, breakthrough product with the introduction of the new Big Bertha Fusion Irons. [... more » ]
BogeyPro, the brand of the average-to-bad golfer and Club Glove, maker of golf's finest bags and travel equipment rolled out their newest collaboration, the BogeyPro "Swing Harder" Staff/Cart bag. [... more » ]
Chuck Evans Golf and Mesa Golf Center have combined to offer golfers of all ability levels the opportunity to drastically improve their golf game! [... more » ]
The second course at prestigious Grande Dunes in Myrtle Beach, S.C., is on schedule to open in spring 2005. Designed to be an exclusive private course, The Members Club at Grande Dunes is the newest amenity added. [... more » ]
After 10 years of research, author and historian Kevin McGimpsey has come out with a book 'The Story of the Golf Ball.' [... more » ]
For the second consecutive year Fairway & Greene has won the Association of Golf Merchandisers Top Men’s Apparel Vendor award. [... more » ]
Sutton Bay Club has received a Golf Development of the Year award from Crittenden, the publisher of Golf Inc. magazine. [... more » ]