Golf News for Friday, November 4, 2005
"The Champion shot a 16-under-par 272 on his way to earning his second win of the 2005 Japan PGA season. Sonartec has now earned seven wins in Japan in 2005," said a company release. [... more » ]
"Brooks Savage, CEO of The Executive Staffing Group has pledged $5,000 to honor the work O’Brien has done for the Classic," said a release. [... more » ]
"On the golf course, Smith was one of the finest players ever to be elected PGA President. He was a five-time Philadelphia PGA Champion, and a six-time Section Player of the Year," said a release. [... more » ]
“The program’s uniquely simple instruction style fits with our own mission to focus on an enjoyable and stress free visit for our guests," said Phil Swinford, PGA professional. [... more » ]
“We are very excited to have Davis on board and have him share his enthusiasm about the Swing Machine X-factor Professional,” said David Varner, President of Power Max Fitness Corporation. [... more » ]
"Who's Up? was developed as a game for fun. Golfers sometimes take themselves - and their games - too seriously and we want to change that," said Scott Camp, president of Camp Moose Golf. [... more » ]
All we ask is not be an annoying sports snob, but that's what Mickelson did with his weak "personal reasons" excuse for missing this weekend's Tour Championship. [... more » ]
“As owners of high end golf and country clubs Heritage Golf Group prides itself on hiring the very best PGA golf professionals in the country,” said John Hungerford, executive vice president of operations [... more » ]
“We owe a great deal to our veterans, and this tournament is a small way for The Village Golf Club to say ‘thank you’ for their service and sacrifice,” said General Manager Aaron Czajka. [... more » ]
"If we were co-sanctioned with one of the major tours of the world, be it Asia, be it European, we would obviously get a boost in international players and in prize money," said John Buckley, a spokesperson for Golf Australia. [... more » ]