Golf News for Friday, January 21, 2005
Charities received $168,250 this year from the Reno-Tahoe Open Foundation, bringing the tournament's total contributions to more than $1.3 million in its six years on the PGA Tour. [... more » ]
Justin Leonard, a 10-year veteran of the PGA Tour, has joined the Nike Golf Tour Staff, the company has announced. [... more » ]
Sometime in 2005, start-up company NanoDynamics plans to sell a nanotech golf ball that promises to dramatically reduce hooks and slices for even the most frustrated of weekend golfers. [... more » ]
Two-time major champion Sandy Lyle has been inducted into the Scottish Sport Hall of Fame in a ceremony at the Royal Museum in Edinburgh, Scotland. [... more » ]
There will be no fewer than 13 winners on the European Tour in the field for the Holden New Zealand Open, which begins on February 10. [... more » ]
When NASCAR Nation descends on the great Daytona Beach area next month, a great number of race fans will be lugging their golf clubs as well. Stunning Victoria Hills Golf Club awaits them. [... more » ]
Improve your scores and reduce the risk of career-ending injuries by working with an elite group of trainers taught to specifically cater to the needs of golfers. [... more » ]
Acclaimed author Dan Jenkins, Champions Tour player Hubert Green and over-50, two-Tour star Jay Haas have been honored with three prestigious awards given by the Golf Writers Association of America. [... more » ]