Golf News for Tuesday, January 4, 2005
Niagara University Director of Athletics Mike Hermann announced the hiring of Kevin Miller as the Purple Eagles’ head golf coach. [... more » ]
The 2005 Champions Tour will again feature 28 tournaments with at least $50 million in prize money. The only significant change from the 2004 calendar is that the 50-and-over circuit is swapping out South Florida for Seattle. [... more » ]
The Robe di Kappa Ladies European Tour (LET) has announced that the 2005 Tournament schedule will be the strongest in its 25-year-history with a total prize fund approaching €9million in a calendar featuring 20 events. [... more » ]
The 22nd PGA Grand Slam of Golf, featuring Phil Mickelson's dazzling record-59 performance, will be rebroadcast in the U.S. and Canada in primetime Jan. 11 (first round) and Jan. 12 (final round), at 7:30 p.m. EST on The Golf Channel. [... more » ]
The Tournament Players Club of Louisiana has been named the No. 4 Upscale Public Golf Course in Golf Digest Magazine’s annual listing of best new facilities in America. [... more » ]
Anyone wishing to obtain details of their family and friends can obtain emergency helpline numbers from Le Méridien reservations centres. The number for UK enquiries issued by the Foreign Office is 020 7008 0000. [... more » ]
 
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