Golf News for Thursday, November 18, 2004
The English Golf Union (EGU) is the latest association to lend its support to next year’s London Golf Show 2005. [... more » ]
Karrier Communications, leaders in sports enhancing software, have announced the shipment of its new IntelliGolf Birdie edition golf scoring software for Sony Ericsson P800, P900, and P910 smartphones. [... more » ]
Jimmy Walker, a two-time winner this season, has been named the Nationwide Tour Player of the Year in a vote of his peers. He'll receive the Jack Nicklaus Trophy in recognition of this honor. [... more » ]
Chinese star Zhang Lian-wei will defend his title at the US$1 million Volvo China Open later this month as he seeks to end his season in style. [... more » ]
Ryder Cup stars Paul McGinley and David Howell will headline the Volvo China Open later this month along with former British Open champion Paul Lawrie and six of this season's winners from the European Tour. [... more » ]
Scotland Tours have now launched their new series of golf tours for 2005. The tours have scheduled dates, and are designed for groups of 4 - 16 players. [... more » ]
A land parcel of more than 360 acres in Wells, Maine, is about to get a new life, with the help of a bridge loan in the amount of $3,468,000 from Kennedy Funding, a direct private lender based in Hackensack, NJ. [... more » ]
In what was one of the biggest events of the year in Aruba, His Serene Highness Prince Albert of Monaco, His Highness Prince Pieter Christiaan of the Netherlands, Aruba's Prime Minister and other VIP's and invited guests officially opened The Divi Links Aruba Golf Course. [... more » ]
ByTheRules has created a USGA licensed Rules of Golf calendar entitled 2005 Golf Rules! Rule-a-Day Calendar. Just in time for the holidays, the calendar is available immediately and makes a perfect gift for golfers of all levels. [... more » ]