Golf News for Wednesday, November 2, 2005
"Play Golf America, through, is becoming the recognized resource for finding a golf program to fit the needs of the consumer," said PGA President Roger Warren. [... more » ]
PGA Tour Commisioner Tim Finchem wants more viewers. Meanwhile, two young golf promoters have come up with a plan to mix hip-hop and golf. Can Mack Daddy Caddy make golf resonate with inner-city kids? [... more » ]
"Repurchases will be made from time-to-time in the open market or in privately negotiated transactions based on prevailing market conditions and other factors," said a company release. [... more » ]
"It got to the point that there was always rumors that Dunlop or Maxfli was closing. Someone said the third shift found the doors padlocked," said Westminster City Councilman Rusty Cater. [... more » ]
"As Windows Mobile 5-based Pocket PCs start coming to market, IntelliGolf will be there for our mutual customers," said Craig A. Schmidt, President/CEO of Karrier Communications. [... more » ]
"I set my goals too low last year and was concerned with making the cut, so I lost my focus and I wasn't prepared to come in here and defend my title," said Kyle Flinton. [... more » ]
"Five of our 13 hotels in South Florida are fully operational and guest-ready with an additional seven hotels expected to open in the next few days," said a company release. [... more » ]
"I have visited the property and it is truly splendid with its own golf course, where I understand tees range from a decent 90-320m in length,” said David Seymour. [... more » ]
"The 30 per cent discount applies to the accommodation rates which include meals; international and domestic airfares and transfers are at normal rates," said a resort release. [... more » ]
"We are delighted to be one of only two hotels in Myrtle Beach to be awarded this distinction," said general manager Brian Hockenbury. [... more » ]
"Caliber Collision Centers has been great with coordinating efforts to raise needed funds that will help the health of children in our community," said Nicole Boudreau, representative for the CHOC Foundation. [... more » ]
"The Wolf Pack Community Foundation's sixth annual "Golf for Kids" Tournament raised $13,000 for The Children's Home of Cromwell," said a release. [... more » ]