Golf News for Wednesday, November 17, 2004
World Golf Hall of Fame and The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews have agreed to join forces in the development of an exhibit that further tells the history of The R & A, its role as a governing body of golf and the history of The Open Championship. [... more » ]
More than 20 delegates representing California's top travel destinations, accommodations and attractions were in Tokyo as part of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's Japan Trade Mission. [... more » ]
The International Federation of PGA Tours is delighted to announce that the new Arnold Palmer-designed Victoria Clube de Golfe Course at Vilamoura in the Algarve, Portugal, will host the 2005 World Golf Championships – World Cup. [... more » ]
The new-for-2005 CT250 Fairway Woods offer the same material engineering and composite technology that made the CT250 drivers so popular among golfers and custom clubmakers [... more » ]
Eaton Corporation have announced that Golf Pride, manufacturer of the number-one golf grip for tour professionals, received the Arthritis Foundation’s Ease-of-Use Commendation to help arthritic golfers to get back in the game. [... more » ]
Circling Raven Golf Club & Coeur d'Alene Casino Resort Hotel exceeds projected sales on course and off in its first full season. [... more » ]
Roger Gunn has announced that he has introduced his new Golf Levels series to retailers at the recent Golf Headquarters show. Golf Levels is the retail label of his ability specific instructional DVD series -- Taking it to the Next Level in Golf. [... more » ]
Europe's resounding victory against the United States in The 35th Ryder Cup Matches is one of many significant chapters in The 17th European Tour Yearbook which will be published in early December. [... more » ]
 
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