Golf News for Tuesday, January 25, 2005
Jim Mc Lean, world renowned golf instructor, has announced he will demonstrate the concepts and drills included in the X-Factor II DVD at the third annual PGA Golf Demo Day at 4:00p.m., Jan. 28 in Orlando, Fl. [... more » ]
In its inaugural Pro-Celebrity Fundraiser, The National Golf Club at Cape Schanck, on Victoria's Morinington Peninsula, raised a staggering total of $73,050 for charity. [... more » ]
Phil Mickelson, the 2004 Masters champion, has announced that he will be playing this PGA Tour season on behalf of 'Homes for Our Troops'. Even President Bush has sent a letter of support for the cause. [... more » ]
Accu-Length, the first and only golf clubs designed to grow with your child, will be on display at Booth 3546 in the Orange County Convention Center. [... more » ]
With world-class golf, tennis and its famous pink sand beaches, Bermuda is a value-priced vacation package destinations. Keeping this into consideration Northwest Airlines has announced new seasonal nonstop service between Detroit and Bermuda. [... more » ]
Karen Palacios-Jansen renowned, LPGA Teaching Professional has just released her golf fitness program – Cardiogolf - on DVD. [... more » ]
Lake Las Vegas Resort has announced plans to build Rainbow Canyon, a new 18-hole, par-71 golf course designed by Tom Fazio. [... more » ]
Patrick O'Grady, the "father of the modern golf shoe," will be honored, Jan. 28 at the 2004 PGA of America Awards Program. [... more » ]
For the fifth straight year, Forbes Magazine has honored TravelGolf.com with its coveted "Best of the Web" award in the highly competitive sports and travel category. [... more » ]