Golf News for Thursday, December 16, 2004
Celebrity Tours, Inc. is offering the unique opportunity to experience playing golf at Scotland's finest golf courses with New York Giants kicker and true gentlemen Steve Christie. [... more » ]
Richard Green finally enjoyed the taste of victory in 2004 when he has sunk a four-foot birdie putt on the first play-off hole to capture the $225,000 first prize in a dramatic conclusion to the 2004 MasterCard Masters in Melbourne. [... more » ]
Four days after wrapping up its record-breaking inaugural season, the Asian Tour's 2005 campaign will tee off on Thursday with the joint-sanctioned Asia Japan Okinawa Open. [... more » ]
The 2004 PGA Tour season is a memorable story, indeed. The focal point was the remarkable season of Vijay Singh, whose rise from the ranks as an assistant club professional to becoming the world’s No. 1-ranked golfer is incredible in its own right. [... more » ]
Par Development Corporation has announced that it has signed a letter of intent to purchase the 289-acre Heitt Ranch in Silverthorne, Colorado. [... more » ]
World renowned golf instructor and owner of the Jim McLean Golf Schools, Jim McLean, has announced that X-Factor II, his new instructional DVD has hit the airwaves. [... more » ]
Stop buying golf balls for golf gifts. Golf gifts can be much more interesting. Consider the following gift ideas this holiday season to delight and surprise your favorite golfer. [... more » ]
The Lodge at Ocean Hammock this week, where the northeast coastal Florida property has unveiled the “Ultimate Family Reunion,” where, for $49,000 a day, you have the run of the place - literally. [... more » ]
Retief Goosen has been named as The European Tour Golfer of the Month for November/December following an outstanding period of golf during which he won The Tour Championship and the Nedbank Golf Challenge. [... more » ]