Golf News for Tuesday, November 9, 2004
Goosen has overtaken Phil Mickelson in this week's Official World Golf Ranking to become No. 4 while Tiger Woods has moved past Ernie Els into the No. 2 spot. [... more » ]
Ashton Team member Rock Hicks of Florence, Kentucky hit the longest drive of the 2004 Re/Max World Long Drive Championship. He logged an impressive 426-yard drive on the second day of competition. [... more » ]
Craig Harmon, PGA Head Professional at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, N.Y., has been named the 51st recipient of PGA Golf Professional of the Year, the highest honor bestowed by The PGA of America on a PGA Professional. [... more » ]
Four members of the World Golf Hall of Fame have been personally selected by the 2004 Class of Inductees to welcome them into the Hall at this year’s Induction Ceremony on Monday, November 15. [... more » ]
Tom Lehman, a member of three Ryder Cup teams and winner of the 1996 British Open, has been selected by the PGA of America to captain the 2006 U.S. Ryder Cup Team. [... more » ]
All-inclusive resorts can really help vacationers get the most out of their travel dollars. Today, over 400 hotels in the Caribbean and Mexico are either all-inclusive resorts or offer all-inclusive packages. [... more » ]
This season, when a golfer looks for his "driver," he just might be looking for the delivery person from Gear-To-Go driving up to his hotel door with a "mix-and-match" dream set of rental clubs. [... more » ]