Golf News for Tuesday, October 4, 2005
"Where the bubble may burst eventually is with the single-family they are building and those could also slow down from Hurricane Katrina, which may make it harder to get materials," said Gary M. Loftus, director of economic development efforts. [... more » ]
"A single view of our diverse operations, as well as MICROS's commitment to the partnership, were key factors behind our decision," said Soren Spiers, regional controller, PGA Golf Properties. [... more » ]
The 18-hole golf tournament features a modified scramble format along with Hole in One, Longest Drive, and Closest to the Pin contests as well as the Trademark Films Longest Putt Challenge. [... more » ]
"We had a lot of fun bringing our viewers 'inside the ropes' at a major golf industry event that not many people around the world can ever hope to see in person," said Gene Pizzolato, The Golf Channel’s executive vice president. [... more » ]
"The Algarve is heaven on earth for golf lovers across the globe and this year even more people have discovered Portugal’s golfing paradise," said a report release. [... more » ]
A variety of memberships are offered at Pine Hill, which provide exclusive access to one of the country’s top, nationally recognized golf courses [... more » ]
"Moving beyond the initial participation numbers, the PGA CPP is also boasting 80 newly certified PGA Professionals since the programs inception in August 2004," said a program report. [... more » ]
“I see TeeTour™ having an immediate impact lowering scores and improving a player's confidence, while helping course operations and speeding pace of play," said Chris Conway, director of golf at Wente Vineyards. [... more » ]
“Aesthetically speaking, this will be a highly memorable golfing experience as it is a truly stunning piece of land and the holes offer some breathtaking views," said Nick Faldo. [... more » ]
According to North Korea's crack research department, the diminutive dictator shot a 34 his first time golfing. And no, not at mini-golf, at a championship, par-72 course. [... more » ]
Want to make golf more accessible for American kids? Look toward Australia, mate. With lower prices and easy access, golf is a growing sport Down Under. [... more » ]
"The New England Athletes for Academic Excellence provides scholarship opportunities for the New England student-athlete and promotes regional academic and athletic interest," said a spokesperson. [... more » ]