Golf News for Friday, October 28, 2005
"Southern Hills Country Club has a rich history as one of our nation's most respected sites for major championship golf," said then-PGA of America President Jack Connelly. [... more » ]
"The top 21 on the season-ending money list gain entrance to the PGA Tour for 2006, and they will come from among the 60 players who qualified for this limited-field event," said an event release. [... more » ]
The famous Frenchman is so hot about the rule allowing women at the British Open that he’s decided to apply to play in the Women’s Open next August. [... more » ]
What is it with golf people and this unwillingness to be open about anything!? Who wins? Average duffers like us? Don't count on it. [... more » ]
"We are very pleased by the apparent trend of OEM club companies to embrace branded shafts for their drivers, fairways and hybrid clubs," said Mr. Peter R. Mathewson, Chairman and CEO. [... more » ]
"The AGU is excited about the establishment of this partnership with MFS which will benefit Golf Clubs and their members and also assist in the future growth of the Australian Open," said John Fennell, president of the Australian Golf Union. [... more » ]
"The PGA of America marks a new chapter in leadership with Joe Steranka stepping forward as our chief executive officer," said PGA of America President Roger Warren. [... more » ]
“Users of our 55-degree sand wedge have been praising the club’s consistent performance, which is why we decided to expand our wedge line,” said Larry Fortier, COO of DeLaCruz Golf. [... more » ]
"For two nights golfers can not only enjoy playing Shingle Creek Golf Course, but they can also relish in the ambiance and amenities of either the Rosen Plaza or the Rosen Centre," said a company release. [... more » ]
"Two golfers teeing it up with the Zero Friction finished in the top-10 at the FUNAI Classic, last week's stop on the PGA Tour," said a company release. [... more » ]
"We are seeing phenomenal success and growth opportunities in our women's apparel and footwear business, and are inspired to expand this run in our ball and equipment categories," said Stan Grissinger, business director for Nike. [... more » ]
Engulfing visitors in a world of watery blue accents, rustling lines of bamboo and curvilinear pebble paths, each treatment room works to individualize The Spa journey. [... more » ]
"Re-live the drama from the unforgettable demise of the defending champion Retief Goosen, to New Zealand's Michael Campbell holding off a late charge by world number one Tiger Woods," said a release. [... more » ]
 
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