Golf News for Monday, October 3, 2005
"The 2006-2007 Decisions book includes 37 new decisions and 66 revised decisions, while eight decisions have been withdrawn," said a USGA release. [... more » ]
"All these players are true gentlemen and world-class competitors whose achievements over the past few years have been outstanding," said Randall L. Herrel, Chairman and CEO of Ashworth, Inc. [... more » ]
"This groundbreaking application takes users 'inside the ropes' for PGA TOUR tournaments with live scoring, aerial course graphics, shot-by-shot player details and more," said Paul Handelman, VP of publishing at Mobliss. [... more » ]
"We are thrilled to have added such a world class professional golfer to the cast of the WGL MDSO," said Mike Pagnano, CEO The World Golf League, Inc. [... more » ]
“Our courses were already in terrific condition, but we chose to make this investment to offer our membership an even better place to play golf,” said general manager Michael O’Brien. [... more » ]
"The package ranges from a lesson at the David Leadbetter Golf Academy to two rounds of golf and a golfer’s massage,and steak and cigars at David’s Club," said a resort release. [... more » ]
"'The Morris Men' novel is a compelling mystery with a nostalgic golfing connection, but written in a style that will appeal to golfers and non-golfers alike," said author Stephen E Mitchell. [... more » ]
To be filed under the category of Not Surprising, Koreans are dominating the leaderboard at the LPGA’s Office Depot Championship in LA. [... more » ]
“The object is to promote golf to as many as you possibly can -- there can’t be any slackers. We had two demo days, sold equipment, and just promoted golf,” said Terry Harlow. [... more » ]
"A Springfield Falcons celebrity will be paired with each foursome participating in the golf tournament. A dinner and reception are held at Crestview Country Club following the round of golf," said an event representative. [... more » ]