Golf News for Monday, January 31, 2005
Arnold Palmer and his fiancée, Kathleen (Kit) Gawthrop, were married Wednesday afternoon (January 26) in a private ceremony in a beachfront cottage at the Turtle Bay Resort, Kahuku, Oahu, Hawaii. [... more » ]
Craig Harmon, PGA Head Professional at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, N.Y., has been named the 51st recipient of PGA Golf Professional of the Year, the highest honor bestowed by The PGA of America on a PGA Professional. [... more » ]
New Zealand golfer Phil Tataurangi is taking further time out in order to re-establish his professional playing career. [... more » ]
Golf & Tennis Pro Shop, Inc. has selected Raul Rodriguez to be the store manager for its North Myrtle Beach Martin's PGA Tour Superstore. [... more » ]
The Asian Tour and The European Tour are delighted to announce that the Standard Chartered Indonesia Open at the Cengkareng Golf Club, Jakarta, from March 24-27, will be a co-sanctioned tournament. [... more » ]
The Asian Tour begins a new year in Singapore this week with the region's finest players chasing for more riches and glory. The US$1 million Caltex Masters presented by Carlsberg will begin at Laguna National Golf and Country Club from Thursday. [... more » ]
The Thai Airways International Thailand Open will be staged at Blue Canyon Country Club in Phuket in March to aid the resort island's recovery following the Tsunami tragedy, the Asian Tour has announced. [... more » ]
PGA Tour Hall of Fame golfer and Grande Dunes Members Course architect Nick Price has been awarded the United States Golf Association’s Bob Jones Award for 2005. The award is given for distinguished sportsmanship. [... more » ]
Established in 1920, Hua Hin still continues to be the weekend getaway for aristocrats and well-to-do families from Bangkok. [... more » ]