Golf News for Friday, December 31, 2004
From January 4th 2005, golfers on the Gold Coast will have even more reason to play one of Queensland's leading golf courses with Brookwater Golf Club launching its complimentary shuttle bus service. [... more » ]
Women's Discovery 2005, "A Girlfriend's Getaway" - with the theme of relaxation, rejuvenation and replenishment of the soul - is scheduled for February 25 - 27 at Reynolds Plantation, located one hour from Atlanta. [... more » ]
Nakheel has announced its support of the Belle Mare Plage Challenge Cup 2004-2005 by co-sponsoring the regional golf tournament, currently in its third year. [... more » ]
Ken Schofield, the outgoing Executive Director of The European Tour, was honored at the Sports Journalists’Association Annual Awards at the Radisson SAS Portman Hotel in London. [... more » ]
Patty Berg, who helped start the LPGA Tour and won more major championships than any other woman, has disclosed that she has Alzheimer's disease. Berg, 86, wrote a poignant letter that the LPGA Tour released on its Web site. [... more » ]
For women with a passion for golf and the mystical lure of Scotland, Mackenzie Brock’s new five-day “Tee Off at Turnberry” golf vacation at the five-star Turnberry Resort & Spa is an idyllic way to experience the legendary home of golf. [... more » ]
One of the most prestigious resorts in the world, Twin Farms in Barnard, Vermont, will expand its guest accommodations by 30 percent between now and May 2005, reports Michael Beardsley, General Manager. [... more » ]