Golf News for Thursday, January 20, 2005
Donald J. Trump has announced the formation of a new company, Trump Golf Management, LLC, designed to continue the Trump golf brand, setting the standard for world-class golf experiences. [... more » ]
Four times ANZ Ladies Masters champion Karrie Webb has again underlined her commitment to Australian golf by announcing that she will play in the tournament for the 12th consecutive year next February. [... more » ]
The biennial Solheim Cup will return to Sweden in 2007, where the event will be played in Halmstad. The coastal city is 309 miles southwest of the capital, Stockholm. [... more » ]
The 2005 European Challenge Tour will resume at the beginning of February in Latin America with a further three co-sanctioned events with the Tour de las Americas before moving onto Africa for the Kenya Open. [... more » ]
The Futures Golf Tour is celebrating its 25th season this year in a milestone that marks the growth of the Florida-based women's professional tour. [... more » ]
Thailand's golden oldie Boonchu Ruangkit wants to round off one of the best spells in his outstanding career by helping Asia to a second successive triumph over their Japanese counterparts in the Visa Dynasty Cup in April. [... more » ]
At the 2005 IAGTO Awards Gala Dinner in Estoril, Ex-Ryder Cup Captain Sam Torrance presented Druids Glen Golf Resort with the European Golf Resort of the Year Trophy. [... more » ]