Golf News for Thursday, November 3, 2005
"We're the only major sport that doesn't have a playoff system. We haven't been able to get the kind of strength we see in other sports," said PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem [... more » ]
"ProLink's GPS system boasts a high-resolution, color display unit neatly affixed to each golf cart. The easy-to-read screen displays pinpoint-accurate distances to the hole," said a release. [... more » ]
"The US Pro Golf Tour is pleased that DGIR/SwingStation will be an integral part of the Tour Championship. Everyone involved looks forward to a long-lasting relationship," said Tom Kidd, CEO of the US Pro Golf Tour. [... more » ]
“This is an exciting time for me, as I have been a part of the Marriott Golf family for the last 20 years, and look forward to the challenges that lay ahead as the Director of Golf,” said Steve Schaller. [... more » ]
“The Frequency Filtered putter shaft was put to the ultimate test on the PGA Tour and, not only did the new shaft design exceed our expectations for the new technology, it delivered a victory,” said Shawn Mullin, PGA Tour manager for UST. [... more » ]
“Rifle shafts feature a patented internal rifling design and stepless technology which give golfers tighter shot dispersion, better control, greater distance and a superior feel," said Ray Lucas, senior vice president of sales and marketing. [... more » ]
"Efforts are now underway to rebuild and clean up the resort. We have 350 employees and a Hilton Recovery Team working diligently to clean up and restore the resort," said Sergio Serra, director of sales & marketing. [... more » ]
“The new line is the next generation of high-tech outerwear designed to meet the needs of today’s athletic player,” said Andy Jones, vice president of FootJoy Marketing & Apparel. [... more » ]
And speaking of full plates, in San Diego they're keeping the plates hot with unbelievable deals on golf with your lunch thrown in. [... more » ]
The Golf Blogger relays the recent happenings of Casey Martin. It looks as though Martin's competitive playing days are done, but TGB lets him know it was a job well done. [... more » ]