Golf News for Tuesday, January 18, 2005
Both Tom Fazio-Jerry Pate designed courses at Dancing Rabbit Golf Club rated among the nation's 100 best by Golfweek [... more » ]
The DEC Tsunami Earthquake Appeal will be boosted by around £40,000 after the Leaderboard Group of golf courses offered free golf to fundraisers. [... more » ]
Online gamers nationwide will have the opportunity starting this month to help victims of the tsunami disaster while they compete in a unique online golf tournament. [... more » ]
Toronto-based Mill Run Golf and Country Club is the first to Integrate GPSI's Inforemer with Jencess Golf Management Software. [... more » ]
For the first time, the Qatar Masters will be jointly sanctioned by the European Tour and the Asian Tour in 2005. The eighth edition of the Qatar Masters will offer a purse of $1.5 million. [... more » ]
Featuring a unique design in the clubhead's interior, Cleveland Golf introduces the new Launcher Driving Iron. The clubhead of this iron was hollowed in order to incorporate a strategically located internal weighting system. [... more » ]
Lamkin Corporation, the world’s second-largest manufacturer of golf grips, is introducing Dual Density Crossline, the game’s first true high-tech grip designed to reduce torque and provide superior tack in any type of weather. [... more » ]
Las Vegas' popularity is now at a fever pitch. By the end of 2004, the destination is expected to host a record-breaking 37 million visitors. [... more » ]
One of the nation's premier lumber companies is making a major contribution to Shreveport-Bossier Community Renewal for the building of a Friendship House in the Queensborough neighborhood. [... more » ]
Waterfall Country Club in Clayton, Ga, developed by Atlanta’s own J.T. Williams and Killearn, Inc., is now offering The Member Club Villas at Lake Burton within the southeast’s most elite, breathtaking mountain golf course community. [... more » ]