Golf News for Thursday, January 27, 2005
GPS Industries Inc. presented the Company's products and strategy at the Southern California Investment Association (SCIA) Conference, in Newport Beach, California. [... more » ]
Linda Hipp – the popular designer of women’s golf and active apparel – today announces that Lija will introduce three striking new collections and an expanded Basics line for Fall 2005 at the PGA Merchandise Show, January 27-30 in Orlando, Florida. [... more » ]
Callaway Golf has announced it has signed reigning world long drive champion David Mobley to play the Company's Big Bertha Titanium 454 Driver. [... more » ]
FlightScope, a premier ball flight monitor in use at high-profile teaching academies and venues in the U.S. and around the world, will launch its "Clubhead Speed Profile" and its "Putter Module" at the PGA Show. [... more » ]
Karrie Webb only has to play 15 tournaments next year to qualify for the World Golf Hall of Fame. She earned the required 27 points on the LPGA Tour four years ago, and now lacks only 10 years on tour. [... more » ]
The Asian Tour will organize a Tsunami Relief Fund Pro-Am at Sentosa Golf Club's Serapong Course here on Monday, January 31 where proceeds will go towards the international humanitarian relief efforts. [... more » ]
Former soldier Thongchai Jaidee hopes to launch a full frontal assault for the Caltex Masters presented by Carlsberg, Singapore 2005 title to boost his hopes of an invite to the US Masters. [... more » ]
The Asian comeback of Arjun Atwal, the only Indian to have qualified for the PGA Tour, will be covered live on Ten Sports. As many as seven Indians will feature in the million-dollar tournament. [... more » ]
Adams Golf (OTCBB:ADGO) fills out the Redline RPM line of woods, with the new Redline RPM 430Q, a premium 430cc titanium driver featuring adjustable weights and composite technology. [... more » ]
Weighing 90 percent more than standard putters and buoyed by immediate acceptance on the PGA, Champions and Nationwide Tours, three revolutionary Heavy Putter models will be introduced at the PGA Merchandise Show. [... more » ]
Nippon Shaft, the world's second-largest manufacturer of steel shafts, has been selected by Cobra Golf to supply stock steel shafts for Cobra's two new iron models, the company's new Baffler utility wood, and the new Cobra SZ fairway wood. [... more » ]
SunBuster will introduce its new sunglass lens designed specifically to enhance the ability of golfers, at all skill levels, to read putts better, at 2005 PGA Show (Jan. 27-30). [... more » ]
Nick Price has been selected for the Bob Jones Award, which the USGA presents for distinguished sportsmanship in golf. [... more » ]