Golf News for Tuesday, November 15, 2005
The Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge was started in 1992 and benefits the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption and has contributed more than $18 million for the national charity over the previous 13 years. [... more » ]
"The r7 CGB MAX is an iron that incorporates and delivers the highest performance possible in terms of power, distance, forgiveness, playability and ease of use," said Benoit Vincent, chief technical officer. [... more » ]
In just six months since it debuted in May, the Zero Friction Golf Tee won 11 tournaments, including eight on the PGA Tour and three on the Nationwide Tour. [... more » ]
"Having one of the top courses in the country as our first Trophy Club sets the tone for future affiliations," said Bob Johnson, president and CEO of RTCI. [... more » ]
"We welcome back Callaway Golf as title sponsor, as it joins us in sharing a tradition of excellence in junior golf," PGA President Roger Warren. "The Callaway Golf PGA Junior Series is a premier competitive program." [... more » ]
"Email addresses and domain names are collectable items and the caché for golfers to have a PGA branded address gives them a real sense of belonging to the game," said Mike Gray, commercial director of the PGA. [... more » ]
“Kiahuna is very excited for our turf enhancement project to conclude, which is currently projected to occur by calendar year end 2005,” said Ron Castillo, Jr., PGA, Kiahuna Golf Club director of golf. [... more » ]
"With Dennis leading our gaming operation, we now have a team in place that is second to none - not only in Pennsylvania, but anywhere in the country," said Greg Matzel, president. [... more » ]
"For architecture aficionados, it can serve as a tool to help them find the great quotes they remember reading but can never locate," said author Geoff Shackelford. [... more » ]
Exactly how famous do you have to be to have someone use your name to get people to fork over mammoth amounts of won for a "shoe sterilizing business?" [... more » ]