Golf News for Thursday, October 20, 2005
"We're excited about all the stuff we can do with her and telling her story, so to speak, as it unfolds. Obviously, long-term she's going to have a prominent role in what we do at Nike Golf," said Nike Golf president Bob Wood. [... more » ]
"We are pleased to have these three very capable men as part of the GPSI team. Together they add 43 years of experience in sales and marketing, and bring long established golfing ties," said GPSI president and CEO Robert Silzar, Sr. [... more » ]
"In 1998, PGA Professional Wes Smith of Cooper City, Fla., birdied four of the final six holes, including holing a 18-foot putt on the 18th hole for a 4-under-par 68 win," said an event release. [... more » ]
"The 'Taste of the PGA Championship' gives helps our clientele appreciate the kind of corporate entertainment opportunities that are available at the PGA Championship at Medinah," said 2006 PGA Championship tournament director Michael Belot. [... more » ]
“The lightweight, high-strength graphite composite on the crown, which allows more weight to be placed on the sole, helps get the ball airborne easier,” said Infiniti Golf president Eric Yeh. [... more » ]
"Each club in the full set features a thin, blade-like top line, minimal offset, and a clean, classic look that delivers a higher level of performance than traditional irons," said a company release. [... more » ]
"The response to BraeBen, our new golf course, has been overwhelming and that sometimes means on certain days it may be difficult to get the tee-time of your choice," said Marc Skinner, manager of operations for BraeBen. [... more » ]
Apparently the meds Seve took for his arthritic back have made him delusional. Forget about winning; making the cut wasn't even very possible. [... more » ]
The new issue to emerge from the Palm Desert is the ridiculous notion that SI reporter Michael Bamberger turned Wie in because he "wanted to make a name for himself." Are you serious? [... more » ]
“Bayer has been a strong supporter of GCSAA and The Environmental Institute for Golf by contributing to the betterment of the golf course management profession,” said GCSAA President Timothy T. O’Neill, CGCS. [... more » ]
"The six junior golf tournaments will be held monthly at different Myrtle Beach National Company golf courses and will run through April of 2006," said an event release. [... more » ]