Golf News for Monday, November 29, 2004
American Bob Boyd finished as the star pupil at the European Seniors Tour Qualifying School Finals following a brilliant performance over the Pinta Course at Pestana Golf Resort in the Algarve. [... more » ]
The second annual Tiger Golf Gathering, a unique fundraising celebrity Pro-Am event to benefit the Clemson University golf program, is scheduled to take place on December 9 & 10 at the Thornblade Club in Greenville, SC. [... more » ]
The Qatar Masters will be jointly sanctioned for the first time by the Asian Tour and European Tour next year, organizers have announced. This groundbreaking development will ensure a strong presence of the region's top stars. [... more » ]
Briton Stephen Dodd claimed his maiden professional victory when he held off a determined Thomas Bjorn of Denmark to lift the US$1 million Volvo China Open on Sunday. [... more » ]
Nirwana Bali Golf Club and Le Méridien Nirwana Golf & Spa Resort have extended special rates to the travel industry to allow agents to sample the True Bali and Asia’s Best. [... more » ]
Two of Reunion Resort & Club of Orlando's Signature golf courses will open this month: the 7,257-yard Independence, designed by Tom Watson and the 7,010-yard Legacy designed by Arnold Palmer. [... more » ]