Golf News for Monday, January 3, 2005
Former Philippine President Fidel Ramos and Richard Siemens, one of Hong Kong's foremost corporate leaders, have accepted invitations to become Patrons of the Asian Tour. [... more » ]
Nick Faldo has invited the 12 year-old Scottish golfing sensation, Carly Booth, to join the 2005 line-up of Team Faldo. [... more » ]
The U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee will donate a record amount of $600,300 to various charitable causes and organizations in 2004, it was recently announced by Bryce Edwards, president of the tournament's board of directors. [... more » ]
Penley Sports, the leader in custom upgrade golf shafts, has announced that it has continued its winning streak by winning several PGA Tour events and worldwide amateur events in 2004. [... more » ]
Mexicana Airlines will start operating new non-stop service between Las Vegas and Los Cabos, Mexico, pending U.S. Department of Transportation approval. Flights will operate three times a week with convenient schedules. [... more » ]
The seven finalists have been named for the inaugural Labron Harris Sr. Award presented by E-Z-GO Textron in cooperation with The PGA of America announced the Golf Coaches Association of America. [... more » ]