Golf News for Monday, January 17, 2005
In just two weeks, more than 40,000 global golf industry leaders will converge in Orlando, Fla. for the 52nd PGA Merchandise Show, Jan. 27-30, 2005. [... more » ]
The Las Vegas $3 Million International Shootout has announced its spectacular individual match play event to be held in Las Vegas in May 2005. [... more » ]
Zoeller had surgery on Dec. 30 to insert stents and alleviate blockage in two coronary arteries. The surgery is not expected to affect Zoeller’s plans to defend his title at the season-opening MasterCard Championship Jan. 20-23 in Hawaii. [... more » ]
A field of 37 players will take part in International Final Qualifying for the Open Championship at Kingston Heath later this month, with those succeeding, heading to St Andrews in July. [... more » ]
TaylorMade Golf has introduced the new r7 quad ht driver, a variation of the r7 quad driver, which is currently the No.1 driver on the PGA Tour. [... more » ]
Can you really learn how to play exciting golf in a single afternoon? Yes, says Florida golf pro Bob Miller, if you’re willing to accept your own shortcomings and follow a few simple rules. [... more » ]
For the first time ever, Tiger Woods reveals the unique story of his astonishing life in golf, from the promise of a child prodigy to its fulfillment in the most dominant force in the history of sport. [... more » ]
Arnold Palmer, the father of modern golf, explains the birth of the majors in his foreword to The Majors 2005, the fourth edition of which will be published in February. [... more » ]