Golf News for Monday, November 22, 2004
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. and Hainan Hua Neng Hai Bin Industrial Development Co. Ltd. have announced an agreement for Starwood to manage the Sheraton Haikou Resort, located in Haikou, the capital of Hainan Island, China. [... more » ]
Ashworth, Inc., a leading designer of sportswear and golf apparel, has announced that it has retained CCG Investor Relations and Strategic Communications to manage and implement its global corporate communications programs in media and investor relations. [... more » ]
When it comes to eating out, Myrtle Beach offers options that will satisfy even the pickiest of appetites. Diners have a variety of choices available: steak, seafood, Chinese, Thai, Greek and even Indian cuisine just to name a few. [... more » ]
Paul Casey and Luke Donald ended a superb week by claiming the title by one stroke with a 31 under par total of 257 at the Real Club de Golf de Sevilla in Spain. . [... more » ]
Fastdatertravel has announced the formation of their new service “Adventure Trips and Vacations for Singles”. Currently Fastdater Travel has trips planned for ski, golf and spa destinations. [... more » ]
The Gulf Shores Golf Association has announced that a steady increase in rounds played over the past four weeks is indicative that the area's renewal program is succeeding in the wake of Hurricane Ivan which made landfall here in mid-September. [... more » ]
This fall, more than 150 million travelers are expected to fly though the nation’s airports. With the increase in travelers and an increase in security measures, John Vermilye and Joel Blumenthal are men with baggage who are good to know. [... more » ]
Home sales of the newest resort residential community along the Kohala Gold Coast of Hawaii's Big Island began with construction officially underway at the sun-splashed project. [... more » ]