Golf News for Monday, November 7, 2005
"I am thrilled to have won my eighth Order of Merit title and, after a such a long gap where everyone probably thought I wouldn't be able to do it again, it is particularly satisfying," said Colin Montgomerie. [... more » ]
“The move to Camelback is a very exciting opportunity for me and my family, and after several years on the east coast, I look forward to heading west to work with an incredible golf team,” said Rob Bartley. [... more » ]
“This increased financial commitment may be advantageous to the company in executing its strategy relating to the acquisition of sports organizations and related affiliates,” said R. Thomas Kidd, CEO of GWI. [... more » ]
"The cost for this four-player charity scramble is $250 per team and includes gifts, golf lunch, and a ticket for door prizes. Registration begins and 8 a.m. with a shot-gun start at 9 a.m.," said an event release. [... more » ]
"A unique on-line course guide system that uses the words of the club PGA professional to provide narrated course guide offering strategy, tips, advice and local knowledge," said a company release. [... more » ]
“The NCGC brings together students, faculty and alumni to compete for their university and against other colleges and universities,” said CGA’s President and CEO Mike Munson. [... more » ]
"Speed Fairway Metals complement our recently launched King Cobra Speed Drivers in providing increased distance, accuracy and forgiveness across the 9 points on the clubface," said Jeff Harmet, president, Cobra Golf. [... more » ]
A golf playoff? Does this mean we’re going to see fans in the galleries with painted faces, barbecuing and tailgating in the parking lot? [... more » ]
“We’re very pleased to be recognized for this prestigious award from Golf Tips Magazine. It’s certainly a reflection of the tremendous success of our NV graphite shaft line,” said Mike Rossi, Aldila’s vice president of marketing and sales. [... more » ]
"This is an international, industry-wide problem that requires cooperation among all groups with an interest in protecting consumers from deception through the sale of counterfeit golf products," said Mike Rider, senior vice president and general counsel. [... more » ]
"Gulf Coast golf course employees are working hard to get the golf courses open when, in fact, some of them have no home," said Kevin Drum, executive director of MGCGA. [... more » ]