Golf News for Tuesday, October 11, 2005
“Everyone at Forewinds is excited about adding Sterling to our portfolio of golf destination properties. The course is championship level and impeccably maintained,” said Ron Winarick, managing director. [... more » ]
"Together we will lead the way in the provision of broadband services bundled with unique and exclusive golf content from a brand that golfers know and trust," said Lucy Wood, CEO Viatel. [... more » ]
“This outing at UNC Finley is ideal for information management professionals to gather, network and find solutions to the challenges associated with data management in an enjoyable setting," said Timothy Kesler, president of AIIM. [... more » ]
“I am very happy and excited about being a Guinness Book World Record holder," said Peter Johncke, a master at golf tricks and professional golfer. [... more » ]
"The Aldila NV Series of shafts led Aldila to the number one ranking as the leading shaft manufacturer in both woods and hybrid shafts at the Gila River Classic," said a company release. [... more » ]
"Our charming, unspoilt corner of Andalucía is renowned for its fabulous open countryside and mountain views," said a company release. [... more » ]
"Customers love its subtlety. Only when someone pays particular attention to the small cluster of tees in the design are they tipped off that it's a golf tie," said Stuart Hotchkiss, designer and owner of Capital Ties. [... more » ]
As Montgomerie prepares to tee off in this week's Madrid Open, where a good finish would earn his eighth European Order of Merit crown, winning in the U.S. remains a goal unfulfilled. [... more » ]
For as much as the cheesesteak choice is debated in Philly, it's no contest. Pat's is your choice. And it’s not even that close. Don’t go across the street to Geno’s neon for an imitator. [... more » ]
"Golf Town was founded in 1998 and is now the largest golf retailer in Canada with 24 stores across the country," said a town release. [... more » ]
"The ABRA Marathon Cup is a wonderful opportunity for ABRA to be involved with the Celebration of Courage," said Rollie Benjamin, President and CEO of ABRA. [... more » ]
“As the golf industry continues efforts to grow the game an often overlooked segment of the market is women,” said Dan Murphy, director of marketing, Precept. [... more » ]