Golf News for Monday, December 13, 2004
The Tucson-Old Pueblo Chapter of the Executive Women’s Golf Association will celebrate its 10th anniversary during the 2005 golf season. [... more » ]
India's Jyoti Randhawa won one of the most memorable showdowns in recent times when he beat Australian Terry Pilkadaris in a play-off to lift the US$550,000 Volvo Masters of Asia title on Sunday. [... more » ]
GoldenTravelGuides announces its selection for the top luxury hotels of 2004. Each of these properties was chosen based on their overall quality of service, décor, ambiance, dining, guest accommodations, and of course golfing. [... more » ]
The Breakers Palm Beach, one of America’s great classic resorts, is offering discerning travelers even greater value this winter: Stay Longer and Save. [... more » ]
Twin Bridges Golf Club in Alabama -- Gadsden's newest and finest public golf facility -- today announces it has been named to Golf Digest’s elite, annual list of “America’s Best-New Courses.” [... more » ]
Learning to love winter golf is worth every turtleneck, every glove, every tossel cap, every hot chocolate at the turn. Certainly it’s about loving the game, but it’s also about the spirit of it all. [... more » ]