Golf News for Friday, October 29, 2004
Rock Bottom Golf, the top discount golf retailer and one of eBay's top sellers, has chosen ChannelAdvisor's software and solutions as its infrastructure to help scale its business on eBay. [... more » ]
Twenty-four of the world’s best PGA Tour pros will tee off in the Franklin Templeton Shootout at The Ritz Carlton Golf Resort, Naples and Tiburon Golf Club in, Florida in November. The pros will be sponsored Organic-Gro Pro. [... more » ]
Next Evolution Technologies, Inc. has released its latest software package that not only provides a complete suite of business and customer management applications for golf courses, but also incorporates the industry’s only on-line tee time reservations module. [... more » ]
Thai veteran Boonchu Ruangkit has reached a new career high on the Asian Tour following his second-place outing in the inaugural Crowne Plaza Open, Shanghai 2004 on Sunday. [... more » ]
A new tournament, the Crowne Plaza Open, Shanghai, made its debut on the Asian Tour on Thursday. A total of 45 players from China, including five amateurs, are having an opportunity to challenge Asia's finest players in the $200,000 tournament. [... more » ]
AccuFLEX Shafts were in the drivers of men's open, men's seniors and women's open division champions at Annual Long Drive Championships in Mesquite, Nevada. [... more » ]
Europe's magnificent Ryder Cup Team will be reunited en masse this week for the first time since their record 18 ½ - 9 ½ triumph over the US when the heroes of Oakland Hills Country Club compete in the season's annual climax, the Volvo Masters Andalucia. [... more » ]
Todd McKibben, a 14-year veteran of the golf industry, has been named golf course superintendent at Ocean Hammock Resort, a property managed by Destination Hotels & Resorts. [... more » ]
As Manny Ramirez sprinted in to join the pile of Red Sox stomping on the curse, Chris Baldwin couldn’t help but wonder what kind of playoff share The Idiots were going to vote him. [... more » ]