Golf News for Friday, October 14, 2005
“Our breakthrough program will help golf courses increase rounds played and revenues by marketing unused tee time inventory through our combined databases," said Justin Royer, director of marketing, Golf Galaxy. [... more » ]
"Our initial weather reports have experienced the normal slow, steady adoption rate typical of the golf industry," said Jim Koppenhaver, Pellucid president. [... more » ]
“Mike brings a rare and valuable combination perspective for both daily operations as well as bigger picture issues," said Ron Winarick, managing director of Forewinds Hospitality. [... more » ]
"In 2000, I developed the Watson wedge with Tom, one of the greatest short game players of all time. Now the R&D team and I have taken that design to the next level," said Max Puglielli. [... more » ]
“We’ve totally re-designed the Blue golf course and brought the putting surfaces into the 21st century. All the green complexes were taken out and built to USGA specifications,” said Gary Geiger, director of golf. [... more » ]
“This exciting new facility, combined with our existing meeting and convention space, will allow us to significantly expand our offerings for meetings and events," said Frank Garahan, general manager. [... more » ]
Michelle Wie's "first" tournament as a pro is shaping up like all her other tournaments as a pro. She hit some great shots at the Samsung World Championship. She melted down the stretch. [... more » ]
"KZG woods, irons, and wedges have recently received accolades from Golf Tips Magazine, PGA Tour Partners, and the International Network of Golf (ING)," said a company release. [... more » ]
"The Top 50 ranking is the latest in a long line of accolades for Tidewater, which is often called the 'Pebble Beach of the East,'" said a course release. [... more » ]
"Mississippi has worked hard to entice avid golf-and-gaming travelers to visit our great state, because we knew if we got them here once, they would come back," said D. Craig Ray, MDA tourism division director. [... more » ]
The golfers who attended the event donated $5,300, while The Finance Forum organization donated an additional $2,200 - with a total of $7,500.00 being donated to the American Red Cross. [... more » ]