Golf News for Wednesday, October 26, 2005
"It was only natural that we expand into golf events, given that most CEOs love golf and love to compete," said Ted Kennedy, President of CEO Challenge LLC. [... more » ]
"Even novice or mid-level golfers have the opportunity to win in his or her category. Three winners from each regional tournament move on to compete in the Canadian Finals," said an event release. [... more » ]
“The inspired lines, color contrasts and detailing combine with ECCO technology to make the 2006 women’s collection our best yet,” said ECCO golf division general manager Per Aagren. [... more » ]
"The photovoltaic system will provide electricity for the clubhouse and for other electrical needs around the park. The installation is expected to substantially reduce electrical usage costs," said a company release. [... more » ]
"Haas captured The SBC Championship by shooting a final round 5-under par 66 at Oak Hills Country Club in San Antonio and beating PGA TOUR veteran Tom Purtzer by two strokes," said an event release. [... more » ]
“The Nationwide Tour is very pleased to be coming to Northeast Georgia and to the city of Athens,” said Bill Calfee, chief of operations for the Nationwide Tour. [... more » ]
"I have been to the Masters and British Open and what I saw unfold on the golf course today topped anything I have ever witnessed during golf competition, PGA Tour or otherwise," said MDSO host John O'Hurley. [... more » ]
"Paula Creamer, one of the game’s hottest prospects and a two-time winner on this year’s LPGA Tour, currently uses Aldila’s latest Pink NV Graphite shafts," said a company release. [... more » ]
"The Inn is poised to offer a superior product and experience to its business guests. It's not about getting bigger; it's about getting better," said Randy Kolls, general manager of the Inn. [... more » ]
The World's golf bloggers have found things to write about not involving Michelle Wie. Things like the new multi-colored Noodles and kids running amok in golf carts in Florida. [... more » ]
"Now, for the first time, Phoenix metro residents and visitors can play miniature golf, even when it's 120 degrees or pouring rain outside," said Olu Onisile, President of Mini Golf Paradise. [... more » ]