Golf News for Tuesday, November 1, 2005
“Everyone who has played the game or participated in a fantasy golf league will want to read this book. Lavender knows a bit about golf, even though he’s lousy at it,” said Mark Wipf, head pro at Rustic Canyon golf course. [... more » ]
"The Condors are continuing to accept participant sign-ups. Interested golfers can sign up as a single entry, a pair or a foursome," said an event release. [... more » ]
“It’s easy to understand what people want—that’s delivering full functionality via their Internet connection," said Loren Szendre, sZen Corp CEO. [... more » ]
"The Nickent 3DX Ironwood is by far the best looking and easiest hybrid club I have ever played,” said Chad Collins, the #33 ranked Nationwide Tour player. [... more » ]
"I am very excited about the development of this Scandium club. It has met and exceeded our expectations for performance, both in the lab, and in golfers' hands," said Dr. Howard Butler president of Golf Science Consultants. [... more » ]
"After golf, unwind with a 50-minute Reflexology treatment and take advantage of 10 percent discount on further spa therapies," said a club release. [... more » ]
"Lakewood Ranch's Lake Club has attracted a new builder to the Manatee/Sarasota area. Upon completion, Lake Club will include 768 single-family homes and 322 coach homes and condos," said a release. [... more » ]
"The device easily attaches to a wall or hook, making it very convenient to use at home, in the office, in a hotel room, or outside wherever a surface is available," said a company release. [... more » ]
“Information on changes frequently because golf resorts themselves have direct access to a special online tool we’ve developed," said Kevin Maes, co-founder and head of the development team. [... more » ]
By ignoring the stupid "Fall Back" end of Daylight Savings Times rules that most everyone else followed this weekend, Arizona allows hackers to get in a good chunk more golf. [... more » ]