Golf News for Thursday, November 17, 2005
"Speed Fairway Metals complement our recently launched Speed Drivers in providing increased distance, accuracy and forgiveness across the 9 points on the clubface," said Jeff Harmet, president of Cobra Golf. [... more » ]
“Once I got to the finals, I knew my mental toughness would prevail and using the new Ultra Boom shaft I just had a feeling I would win," said Sean Fister. [... more » ]
Make no mistake - these are the best two golf courses in the community when you consider the "new breed" of golf course, when you take away anything built 80 to 100 years ago, you can't put two better courses together. [... more » ]
“The 2006 PGA Merchandise Show combines the great tradition of our annual industry gathering with contemporary programs designed to make us all better at what we do and how we do it,” said PGA President Roger Warren. [... more » ]
"Doug, also referred to as "Papa Doug," has built and developed two major luxury golf resorts, one in Idaho and one, which is being constructed, in Del Mar," said a release concerning the donor. [... more » ]
"The introduction of Top-Flite-branded apparel allows us to penetrate a sector of the golf apparel market other than the green grass market," said Sport-Haley CEO Donald W. Jewell. [... more » ]
“This is an exciting recognition that comes on the heels of receiving our 10th AAA Four Diamond rating for the entire Resort,” said G. Michael Thomas, president and COO. [... more » ]
This deserves immediate attention: David Duval is leading the Dunlop Phoenix in Japan, one shot up on Tiger Woods after shooting a 64. [... more » ]
"Pressel will receive Birdies for Breast Cancer's annual CoURagE Award, which goes to an individual affected by breast cancer who has conquered obstacles to achieve greatness," said a foundation release. [... more » ]
"With Cereplast, consumers can take pride in using a product made from a domestic raw material that can be re-grown every year," said Frederic Scheer, Cereplast, Inc. CEO. [... more » ]
“Habitat for Humanity is my favorite nonprofit organization because it gives a ‘hand up’ not a handout,” said Ivan Hinrichs, an event committee co-chair. [... more » ]