Golf News for Thursday, January 6, 2005
To confirm its status as a major global golfing competition, the International Pairs is launching an Ambassadors’ Scheme. [... more » ]
La Jolla Club Golf Company has announced that the company has experienced explosive growth during the three month period from September 2004 through November, 2004 as compared to the same period in 2003. [... more » ]
Jim Flick, named by Golf World magazine as one of Top Ten Teachers of the Century, will headline the 17th annual West Michigan Golf Show, Feb. 4-6, 2005. [... more » ]
Jim Flick, named by Golf World magazine as one of Top Ten Teachers of the Century, will headline the 17th annual West Michigan Golf Show, Feb. 4-6, 2005 at DeVos Place, downtown Grand Rapids, MI. [... more » ]
Brunswick Plantation and Golf Resort in Calabash, N.C., has awarded a two-year contract to develop and manage the Resort’s golf marketing program to one of the Carolinas’ top golf management companies. [... more » ]
England’s Richard McEvoy has re-instilled the confidence and self belief required to secure a return to The European Tour via the Challenge Tour Rankings. [... more » ]
The Asian Tour Qualifying School in Johor, Malaysia in January has attracted 575 international players who will battle for 40 Tour cards for the 2005 season. [... more » ]
The 18-hole championship Al Badia Golf Resort at Dubai Festival City, the ‘city-within-a-city’ destination being built on the banks of Dubai Creek, is to open January for invitational VIP play. [... more » ]