Golf News for Monday, November 8, 2004
Phil Mickelson and his partners, Ford and BearingPoint, capped their season-long birdies for the Brave program by presenting a check in excess of $105,600 to the Special Operations Warrior Foundation. [... more » ]
Tiger Woods and Jay Haas share the final Crestor Charity Challenge as the two are tied for the lead entering the final round of The Tour Championship in Atlanta. [... more » ]
The Gulf Shores Golf Association - with 10 signature golf courses and 32 miles of sugar-white-sand beaches - has announced that Peninsula Golf Club is back in business. [... more » ]
Bird Golf Academy, with corporate offices based in Phoenix, Arizona, is teaming up with the Jekyll Island Club Hotel, Jekyll Island, Georgia to offer a truly unique and unforgettable golf instruction destination. [... more » ]
The USTA has selected Tunica National Golf & Tennis Club as one of 15 outstanding new tennis facilities in the U.S. this year. Tunica National is being lauded for both its tennis facility and its championship public golf course designed by Mark McCumber. [... more » ]