Golf News for Monday, November 1, 2004
Table Mountain Casino's $10,690 donation keeps the golf program alive at Sierra High School near Fresno. [... more » ]
Golf Galaxy has announced plans to open 12 to 15 new stores during its 2005 fiscal year, which begins in March, bringing the total number of Golf Galaxy stores to 46 to 49. [... more » ]
Players in the top 30 on the PGA Tour money list and currently qualified to compete in the season-ending Tour Championship at historic East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Ga., on November 2-7, have accounted for 35 of the 46 victories on Tour this year. [... more » ]
Fortelligent, preeminent advanced analytics provider for major marketing organizations, is proud to be a sponsor of the 2004 PGA Tour Championship presented by Coca-Cola at the East Lake Golf Club, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2-7. [... more » ]
Organic-Gro, a completely safe, non-toxic, odor-free organic fertilizer, will participate in the Franklin Templeton Shootout in a number of ways, including an appearance by Rebecca Kolls on Saturday, November 13. [... more » ]
CGA has announced that Texas State University - San Marcos will be one of 35 local qualifier host schools for the 3rd Annual National Collegiate Golf Championship in the fall of 2004. The event will be held on November 6th, 2004. [... more » ]
Traverse City Convention & Visitors Bureau have published the all-new 2005 Traverse City Area Guide -- 108 pages of sparkling prose, mouth-watering photography and lively articles designed to attract more visitors. [... more » ]