Golf News for Thursday, September 30, 2004
The past three months have seen unprecedented success for England’s amateur national teams and individual players. England were outright winners in the European Boys Team Championships and both the boys and men's Home Internationals. [... more » ]
The Indian Golf Union and the Professional Golfers Association of India have set up the first-ever Golf Academy, aimed at giving the right push to the golfing talent in the country. [... more » ]
Don Shula is hosting the Swinging Fore Charity Golf Tournament on Oct. 20 to benefit the patients and families of Catholic Hospice. Appropriately enough, the event will be held at Don Shula's Golf Club. [... more » ]
Nike Golf's Craig Stadler became the first player in more than six years on the senior circuit to win three consecutive Champions Tour starts...all since switching to Nike Golf's new One Black golf ball. [... more » ]
Cleveland Golf has announced the addition of the CG10 Black Pearl wedge to its current best selling line of CG10 wedges, resulting in significant improvements in the areas of feel and performance. [... more » ]
The winner of the 84 LUMBER Classic used Graphite Design International’s D03 shaft in his fairway wood, marking GDI’s 16th appearance in the PGA TOUR winner’s circle this season. [... more » ]