Golf News for Friday, November 18, 2005
"This recognition indicates that PPG's product has met demanding standards as a component of one of Acushnet's premier products," said Rich Alexander, senior vice president, coatings. [... more » ]
“Jen is highly regarded among her peers and her clients as a talented and detailed oriented golf events expert and we are fortunate she has chosen Hartefeld for her future,” said Joe Ciccone, GM. [... more » ]
Grafalloy shafts are consistently preferred over the competition each week on the Champions tour. Building on that momentum, the Comp NT has quickly become one of the hottest shafts on all major tours [... more » ]
“Victories like this at the tail-end of the 2005 golf season create tremendous momentum for the epoch tee moving forward,” said Evolve Golf CEO BJ Maloy. [... more » ]
Last year, Phil Mickelson set a PGA Grand Slam of Golf and Poipu Bay record with his first competitive 59. Mickelson had 11 birdies, and narrowly missed a nine-foot eagle putt for a 58 on the 18th hole. [... more » ]
“This is probably one of the more gratifying awards we've received. It says that we're responsible stewards of the game of golf and responsible stewards to our community,” said Treetops director of golf Scott Head. [... more » ]
"Students have a greater interest in working on the system using models because they can choose from a variety of models or incorporate their own swings into the program," said Nadine Foreman, professor. [... more » ]
Reader Bob Lynch writes to himself: "Bob, just want to point out that the entire internet is ignoring you here ... rightfully so. If you want to rate the place, pony up and fly down to check it out. How about this for some advice; the place is great, you can't afford to live here, and you stink at golf." [... more » ]
At some point, became a grand experiment into the ideology of anarchy. Unfortunately, much like Somalia, warlords eventually took over. But no more. [... more » ]
"This year's figure has enabled the tournament to exceed the $6.5 million mark in cumulative contributions during Chick-fil-A Corporation's tenure as the event's title sponsor," said a company release. [... more » ]
“Year after year we see our participants show the compassion and good sportsmanship that make this tournament and Marriott the successes that they are," said Ed Book, area GM. [... more » ]