Golf News for Friday, October 7, 2005
"LTS LeaderBoard is a promising company in the growing sporting activities industry, and PUBC is excited about the opportunity to help LTS LeaderBoard access the public equity market," said Stephen Brock, PUBC president. [... more » ]
"In particular, we are identifying steps in our supply and assembly operations that will further improve performance and reduce costs," said president and CEO George Fellows. [... more » ]
"The move is part of a deal that also includes a three-year sponsorship extension through 2008 that keeps Longs Drugs as the title sponsor and raises the purse by $100,000 to $1.1 million," said a release. [... more » ]
"I am excited to start my journey as a professional golfer. I fell in love with the game the first day I picked up a club," said Michelle Wie, a teen golf phenom. [... more » ]
“The EC FUEL woods are a revolutionary line of clubs that will make golf more enjoyable for players of all skill levels,” said Mike Moxie, Precept Marketing Club Planner. [... more » ]
Paris is reputed to be the world's most beautiful capital, but on top of that it also has almost 70 courses for very special golfing breaks. [... more » ]
“We are honored to be recognized as one of America’s top courses by this prestigious and objective publication,” said SouthWood general manager Beth Murphy. [... more » ]
This tournament will be limited to 100 players. The fees are : individual player fee of $750 each, foursome fee of $3,000, presenting sponsor is $10,000, and hole-in-one sponsor is $5,000. [... more » ]
“Breast cancer research and care is a cause we are committed to, and we hope this will be the first of many years of hosting this tournament at Mystic Dunes,” said Melissa Suttles, general manager of Mystic Dunes Golf Club. [... more » ]