Golf News for Wednesday, January 5, 2005
Colin Montgomerie has decided to withdraw his name from the list of candidates to be Europe's next Ryder Cup captain. [... more » ]
Interested parties wishing to purchase their tickets to see the new exhibit by January 19th will be entered in a special drawing at The Orange County Regional History Center, where they canwin a pair of exclusive tickets to the PGA Merchandise Show. [... more » ]
Here's a chance for 2-player teams to win the deed to an 18-hole golf course near Knoxville, Tenn. - or $1 Million Cash. [... more » ]
An impressive number of rookies earned their way into this week's Mercedes Championships with stellar play in their first year on the PGA Tour. [... more » ]
TaylorMade-adidas Golf Company has introduced a new wedge called rac Satin, so-named because of its unplated, satin finish. Preferred by many tour pros, the satin finish offers less glare compared to chrome-plated or polished finishes. [... more » ]
Guests staying at the Fair Hills Resort in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota or Five Lakes Resort in Vergas, Minnesota May 1 to June 17, 2005, will have access to free golf at the award-winning Wildflower Golf Course, also located in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. [... more » ]
Nakoma Resort & Spa at Gold Mountain (Near Reno-Tahoe) Earns Distinction from Fairways & Greens Magazine in its “Top Golf Resorts of the West” Rankings. [... more » ]
Brunei's palatial Empire Hotel & Country Club recently scooped three prestigious honors in the World Travel Awards. [... more » ]