Golf News for Tuesday, November 23, 2004
Well-known golf fitness guru Mike Pederson announces a new way for golfers to improve their golf game at the office, at home or while traveling. [... more » ]
Nike Golf has announced the appointment of Cindy Davis to U.S. General Manager, effective January 2005, according to company president Bob Wood. [... more » ]
Young guns from Asia and Europe will be looking to fire on all cylinders at the US$1 million Volvo China Open, which begins at Shanghai Silport Golf Club on Thursday. [... more » ]
Ajay Jadeja edged past Kapil Dev to win the Legends Cup Golf tournament trophy at the Classic Golf Resort in Gurgaon, near the Indian capital on Sunday. [... more » ]
Tiger Woods shot a 3-under 67 Sunday to win the Dunlop Phoenix by eight strokes for his first title since February and first ever in Japan. [... more » ]
West Coast Trends, Inc., makers of the Club Glove, the Number One travel bag on all Tours, has announced that it has added Hybrid Club Covers to its premium line of golf club covers. [... more » ]
Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge, northeast of Detroit Lakes, is a good spot for bird watching or simply taking in the fall scenery. Golf is also a draw for the area, with the Detroit Country Club and the Wildflower and Forest Hills golf resorts as highlights. [... more » ]
Charleston Golf, Inc., a non-profit organization formed by the Charleston Golf Course Owners Association, Greater Charleston Hotel & Motel Association and the Charleston Area Convention & Visitor Bureau has just released its 2005 golf guide. [... more » ]
Hyatt Hotels and Resorts invites guests to experience a bit of festive cheer during the hustle and bustle of the holiday travel season. [... more » ]
Pronghorn, the new premier golf community is the first in the West to feature Jack Nicklaus and Tom Fazio courses side-by-side, a Nicklaus Golf Academy and unique amenities such as Camp Pronghorn, and a world-class spa and wellness center. [... more » ]