Golf News for Wednesday, December 29, 2004
Partnership integrates Wi-Fi and GPS Technologies to introduce the first GPS-enabled Wireless Backend Golf Course Management System. [... more » ]
Vijay Singh of Fiji has been named as The European Tour Golfer of the Year for the first time following a remarkable season in which he scaled the summit of world golf. [... more » ]
Reigning Australian Open champion Peter Lonard will have to take on all-comers if he is to retain his crown next year - and the challengers could include an established tennis star. [... more » ]
Three Members of Europe’s victorious Ryder Cup Team at Oakland Hills Country Club – Padraig Harrington, Miguel Angel Jiménez and Paul McGinley – have confirmed they will line-up in the field for the 2005 Carlsberg Malaysian Open. [... more » ]
The first half of the 2005 Asian Tour Schedule will include groundbreaking stops in Brunei and Qatar plus a new US$1.25 million full-field event in China, its Chief Executive Louis Martin said on Thursday. [... more » ]
GolfPsych, golf's leading mental-game services firm, has announced the 2005 schedule for its Tournament Player Schools - the only golf academies dedicated solely to enhancing mental-game skills. [... more » ]