Golf News for Thursday, October 28, 2004
Mitchell Golf Equipment Company certified eleven “Club Repair Technicians” October 20th. The students attended an extensive 3-day class related to all types of club repair. [... more » ]
Pellucid’s annual summary of Golf Consumer Franchise Health released this week shows the erosion of the golfer base continued for a 2nd consecutive year in 2003. [... more » ]
South African superstar Ernie Els has predicted that Asian golf will enjoy a bright future, saying the region is going to be the main market over the next 10 years. [... more » ]
Tournament host Gary Player will be welcoming British supermodel Jodie Kidd, who has confirmed that she will return to Arabella Country Estate, for the 2004 Nelson Mandela Invitational in November. [... more » ]
Scotland’s John Chillas left it very late but he finally claimed his first title of 2004 by winning the season ending Estoril Seniors Tour Championship to complete at marvelous year which saw him finish second on five occasions. [... more » ]
Twelve of the most exemplary private homes in Morocco can now be enjoyed by clients of Wimco, the Newport, RI, and London-based luxury vacation villa and hotel reservations company. [... more » ]
Golfers hoping to secure a tee-time on the Old Course at St Andrews Links will no longer have to apply two years in advance. [... more » ]
Gulf Shores Golf Courses have returned to business after Hurricane Ivan. Kiva Dunes Golf & Beach Club is the latest Gulf Shores Golf Association member course to re-open. Kiva Dunes resumed play on Friday, October 22. [... more » ]
The Ritz-Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation has been recognized as one of the "Top 75 Golf Resorts" in the October issue of Golf Digest. [... more » ]