Golf News for Monday, October 24, 2005
“We believe that the speed of play benefits that the Kansas City Golf Association and other organizations will ultimately make the use of rangefinders a matter of necessity,” said Joe Messner, president of Bushnell. [... more » ]
“It is essential that we further expand our sales force in order to enhance awareness for the DeFeet brand throughout the golf industry,” said Craig Pollard, president, DeFeet Golf. [... more » ]
"Fall Fun Day which included hay wagon rides, hole-in-one challenge, silent auction, kid's bird house construction, turf center tours, equipment demonstrations," said an event release. [... more » ]
"AT&T has been a long-time supporter of our Relay For Life program and a key corporate ally in our continuing fight against cancer," said Tom Seerden, executive director of the American Cancer Society. [... more » ]
"The Darrell Survey Company also reported that the Aldila NV Hybrid shaft remained the most popular Hybrid shaft on the PGA and Nationwide Tour’s," said a company release. [... more » ]
"Opened in 1996, the front-nine plays nearer the town of Celebration than the back nine, which has grown into its extensive marshes and wetlands," said a course release. [... more » ]
"Protect the largest investment you have in your golf bag! Solve all those pop up marks, dummy marks, sky marks that happen when you tee the ball too high, hit under it or the ball up out on the fairway," said a company release. [... more » ]
"The Preferred Golf Package includes 18 holes of golf daily, including cart, spacious guest room or suite accommodations, breakfast daily, advance starting times, unlimited use of ranges, etc.," said a company release. [... more » ]
Cascata, one of Las Vegas' $500 per round courses that Michael Jordan, George Clooney and Co. like to play, is easing off on its access rules. But not its price tag. [... more » ]
"Elegant, long-lasting, and virtually indestructable, Terra-Lume lighting from LaneLight Systems is the perfect solution for lighting pathways, driveways, golf courses, boat docks, etc," said a company release. [... more » ]
“I decided to do this annual event to benefit the Tammy Lynn Center because of my faith and fundamental belief in the value of giving back to my community,” said John Cruz, owner of Cruz Control. [... more » ]