Golf News for Tuesday, December 21, 2004
National Golf Publication Cites the Choctaw Indian-owned casino Golf Resort and the state’s golf-and-gaming options as a whole as exceptional in its Annual “Year in Golf Travel: Platinum Places” awards [... more » ]
Seven players earned their 2005 Champions Tour playing privileges at the National Qualifying Tournament, led by medallist Mark Johnson, who was 25-under during the recent 108-hole tournament at the King and Bear in St. Augustine, Fla. [... more » ]
Golf West Management, Inc., a Las Vegas tee time provider, has closed its offices in Arizona and Orlando. The Arizona closure forced the layoff of two staffers. [... more » ]
John Parry, the talented young Yorkshire man, has been selected to represent England in the 41st Junior Orange Bowl International Championship at Biltmore Golf Club at Coral Gables, Florida on 27th-30th December. [... more » ]
Chirag Kumar stole the winner’s title at the Royal Challenge RCGC Cup from right under Jasjeet Singh’s nose with a consistent performance of one-over 73 in the final round, which landed him with a four-day tally of 289. [... more » ]
India’s top amateurs will embark on a struggle for supremacy at the Goodricke Eastern India Amateur which will be played at the par-72, Royal Calcutta Golf Club from 19 to 25 December 2004. [... more » ]
Tune in December 21st at 6:30pm (EST) on The Golf Channel as Hawaii’s own Mark Rolfing kicks off the tenth Golf Hawaii season. [... more » ]
Penley Sports, the leader in custom upgrade golf shafts, has announced that it has introduced its new Hybrid Heater Shaft in two different models. Both models are available in January, 2005. [... more » ]
Golfweek magazine has ranked the GSGA-member and world-renowned Kiva Dunes Golf & Beach Club as one of the nation’s best in its “America’s Best Resort Courses” for December 2004. [... more » ]