Golf News for Monday, November 21, 2005
"We've now enhanced the NXO golf bag one step further through our rotating top design that allows golfer's to easily reach any club in their bag," said Bag Boy president Craig Ramsbottom. [... more » ]
"This piece of land is turning into a magnificent golf course. Mother Nature has been very cooperative throughout the last year," said Tom Wheary, President of Golf Strategies, LLC [... more » ]
“The weather is phenomenal, and the course is in great shape. The golf season at Mountain Branch is 12 months a year - a true golfer’s paradise in Joppa, Maryland,” said Christopher Sheaffer, general manager. [... more » ]
If you bought Adams Golf Common Stock between July 10, 1998 and October 22, 1998 you may be part of the Class, unless you are a defendant in the lawsuit or related to a defendant. [... more » ]
"We first launched this concept in 2004 with a pilot program in three markets before expanding to 12 events last year and the response has been overwhelmingly positive," said PGA President Roger Warren. [... more » ]
"Mike Hansen took his own advice to heart even outside the parameters of Thanksgiving Point Golf Club. It’s a privilege to present the GCSAA Leo Feser Award in honor of his name," said GCSAA President Timothy T. O’Neill. [... more » ]
The PGA Show Asia – China (Beijing) International Golf Trade Fair 2005 has achieved an outstanding participation of over 165 exhibitors spanning a gross exhibition area of 10,000 sqm. [... more » ]
"We've designed a complete Show experience to equip golf professionals to compete more effectively in this challenging business environment," said PGA Golf Exhibitions Vice President and Show Manager Ed Several. [... more » ]
Creamer got into Sorenstam's face (at least literally), refused to show any deference to the No. 1 rated player in the world. Can you ever imagine Michelle Wie doing something similar? [... more » ]
So many golf bloggers having so much to say and I keep going on rants. I just feel wretched, so let's see what Robert Thompson, Grouchy and the Undaunted Duffer are saying. [... more » ]
“I look forward to sharing all of the things I have experienced in the golf business since I started in 1974, and introducing readers to ideas both old and new,” said Dick De La Cruz. [... more » ]