Golf News for Tuesday, December 7, 2004
St. Joe has announced that three of its premier golf properties – Camp Creek, Victoria Hills and SouthWood – have been named to Travel + Leisure Golf’s list of the Top 10 courses to open in Florida since the turn of the millennium. [... more » ]
The New York Times has announced that Amtrak, Carnival Cruise Lines and Islands of the Bahamas have signed on as supporting sponsors of the upcoming New York Times Travel Show. [... more » ]
Former Asian number one Jyoti Randhawa of India believes his big time experience playing in the United States, Europe and Japan will give him an advantage over the elite field during this week's US$550,000 Volvo Masters of Asia. [... more » ]
Rafick Ali took his count of PGAI Tour title wins at Patna to three in his last four appearances courtesy a superlative win at the Rs 10-lakh Patna Open 2004 played at the par-70, Patna Golf Course. [... more » ]
Retief Goosen maintained his own exceptional standards as all around him faltered to take the top prize of $1.2 million at the Nedbank Golf Challenge in his native South Africa. [... more » ]
Thai star Thongchai Jaidee and Simon Yates of Scotland enter this week's season-ending US$550,000 Volvo Masters of Asia here locked in a two-way battle for the Asian Tour Order of Merit crown. [... more » ]
The Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau has announced "Aloha Swing," an unprecedented month of national television coverage highlighting Hawaii as a premier golf destination throughout January 2005 on The Golf Channel. [... more » ]
What kind of golf gifts will that special golfer in your life be wishing for this holiday season? Getting them useful and stylish accessories is a great way to say: “I love you.” [... more » ]
Vijay Singh and Mark McNulty have been honored with the U.S. PGA Tour Player of the Year and U.S. Champions Tour Rookie of the Year awards, respectively, capping wonderful seasons for the two European Tour Members. [... more » ]
 
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