Golf News for Wednesday, January 12, 2005
Padraig Harrington is to stage a second charity golf show at the City West Hotel in Dublin on January 22 - because the first the previous day is a sell-out. [... more » ]
Taking place on six-premier golf courses in Orlando, Fla. the Buick Scramble National Championships will be scheduled for Oct. 13-16, 2005. [... more » ]
The $1 million event is the first truly worldwide team competition co-sanctioned by both the LPGA and LET tours. [... more » ]
Graphite Design International has announced its popular, high-performance YS series of shafts for drivers and fairway woods will feature a new, deep-blue color - dubbed YS Plus -- to be unveiled at the 2005 PGA Merchandise Show. [... more » ]
Callaway GolfCompany has introduced its new Big Bertha Titanium 454Driver -- at 454 cubic centimeters, the largest driver the Company has ever brought to market. [... more » ]
Astris Energi Inc, the world's leading alkaline fuel cell (AFC) technology company, has announced that it has completed work on Freedom II, its second-generation golf car. [... more » ]
PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem will receive the 2005 National Golf Course Owners Association Award of Merit in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the game of golf, NGCOA officials have announced. [... more » ]
David Howell of England has won The Royal Bank of Scotland Shot of the Year Award for the superb tee shot he played during The 35th Ryder Cup Matches at Oakland Hills Country Club in Michigan. [... more » ]