Golf News for Wednesday, October 5, 2005
"It just goes to show that every shot is important. This is huge for me. It's been my goal all year to win a tournament and get back to the PGA Tour. That's a lot closer now," said Jeff Gove.' [... more » ]
"Our goal is to help LTS LeaderBoard build success by taking advantage of the numerous benefits of being a public company," said Stephen Brock, PUBC president. [... more » ]
"WGLE will also allow us to deliver additional value to our shareholders and various options to reduce our outstanding shares and improve market capitalization," said Mike Pagnano, CEO of The WGL, Inc. [... more » ]
"Golfweek is excited about the addition of Golfest Orlando as an official event of the PGA Merchandise Show week,” said Golfweek’s communications director Al Snow. [... more » ]
"As this $38 billion industry upgrades and installs GPS systems, we will be collecting fees almost every time a golf ball is hit anywhere on the planet," said GPSI CEO Robert Silzer. [... more » ]
"Hammond Smith brings 10 years of sales experience and leadership skills to his new position. He is responsible for new home sales and relationships with homebuyers," said a company release. [... more » ]
Unlike other materials used to manufacture golf equipment, scandium alloys are not affected by heat or cold, humid or arid conditions, and do not age like graphite or steel shafts. [... more » ]
"Pat and his staff of San Francisco municipal employees have raised the course conditioning to world class standards," said James G. Prusa, western regional agronomy manager of KemperSports. [... more » ]
“For golf clubs, tournament organizers and corporations looking for a unique branded gift item, high performance golf socks offer a cost-effective, yet functional option,” said Craig Pollard, president, DeFeet Golf. [... more » ]
The $500 greens fee Tom Fazio right behind the new Wynn Las Vegas on the Strip is doing well enough, but not getting the kind of Shadow Creek and Cascata reviews that Steve Wynn wanted. [... more » ]