Golf News for Wednesday, January 26, 2005
The European Tour will break new ground in 2005 when it stages an event in Indonesia for the first time. The Standard Chartered Indonesia Open will take place Mar. 24-27 at the Cengkareng Golf Club in Jakarta. [... more » ]
X-Factor Golf Fitness in Overland Park, Kansas, is the only company that offers golf-specific fitness facility along with a combination of amenities. [... more » ]
Nike Golf has announced that Korean golfer KJ Choi has joined its professional Tour Staff. [... more » ]
EZLinks has announced that the Louisiana Golf Association is now utilizing the EZLinks Handicap Network for score management and handicap computation at their 85 golf clubs throughout the State of Louisiana. [... more » ]
Coeur d'Alene Casino Resort has announced that Steve Caruso has been promoted to Head Golf Professional at Circling Raven Golf Club, one of the resort's many high-quality amenities. [... more » ]
The 2005 Johnnie Walker Classic to be held in China has attracted three top stars of international golf; South African Ernie Els, England's Nick Faldo and defending champion Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain. [... more » ]
Callaway Golf Company has introduced its exciting new X-18 and X-18 Pro Series Irons, the latest version of the best-selling X-Series Irons that have long been the favorite of a broad spectrum of the world's golfers. [... more » ]
Tiger Woods captured his first PGA Tour win with the 460cc Nike Ignite driver last weekend at the Buick Invitational in Torrey Pines, California. [... more » ]
Starwood Hotels' Maui resorts, The Westin Maui Resort & Spa and Sheraton Maui have added the Westin Kaanapali Ocean Resort Villas to their dynamic shared-amenity program, "Stay at One, Play at All." [... 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 » ]