Golf News for Tuesday, December 28, 2004
The Canadian Ladies' Golf Association will donate a record $250,000 to the Royal Canadian Golf Association Foundation and in doing so honor Canada's greatest female amateur golfer - Marlene Streit. [... more » ]
The city of Dinuba, located 30 miles southwest of Fresno, Calif., has hired John Fought to design the city’s first-ever golf courses. [... more » ]
English Ladies Golf Association subscriptions will rise for the first time in six years when a £1 increase comes into force in January. [... more » ]
Boca Resorts, Inc. has announced that the stockholders of the Company voted to adopt the Agreement and Plan of Merger among the Company and affiliates of The Blackstone Group at a special stockholders’ meeting held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. [... more » ]
Australian golfing great, Graham Marsh, has won the prestigious Best New Private Course Award from international golfing bible, Golf Digest, for his design of Sutton Bay Golf Course - the first time this prize has been awarded outside America. [... more » ]
Next year will be the 12th consecutive year that the annual event for major champions will be held at Poipu Bay on Kauai. [... more » ]