Golf News for Wednesday, November 9, 2005
"Consumer demand for brands including Moen, Titleist, Jim Beam and the company's cabinet brands drove broad-based sales for Fortune Brands that grew at an 8 percent underlying rate," said a report. [... more » ]
At the Tour Chamoionship, Reteif Goosen was playing in the final group, posed to put pressure on a golfer desperate for a breakthrough. So what does Goosen do? He folds. On Sunday. Again. [... more » ]
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"Since 1937, the Vardon Trophy is awarded annually by The PGA of America to the touring professional with the lowest Adjusted Scoring Average," said a release. [... more » ]
“The success and dominance that Softspikes displayed this past weekend speaks volumes of the overall performance characteristics and quality of our cleats,” said Dan Tilton, vice president. [... more » ]
"The Dinarobin Hotel Golf & Spa is an all suite resort that is set on the spectacular Le Morne peninsula and it overlooks the best lagoon and beach in Mauritius," said a release. [... more » ]
"Punta Colorada has all the necessary permits for construction of a golf course. The master plan calls for a clubhouse, a driving range, hotel, condos, and residences," said a release. [... more » ]
"Ashworth is very proud of the fact that golf's core consumers remain loyal to the brand and have continued to elevate Ashworth to the prestigious #1 position for the past decade," said Randall L. Herrel, chairman and CEO. [... more » ]
"Datrek has been our most consistent and reliable supplier over the last 11 years. They provide superior customer service while offering extremely competitive pricing," said Curt Fazilat of Pro Golf America. [... more » ]
“This year’s event will bring friends, business associates and celebrities together for a common goal of raising funds to provide educational opportunities for our youth,” said Brian Jordan. [... more » ]
“It is a proud moment, not only for everyone associated with the Tour, but also for those involved with the game of golf,” said Jon Scott, PGA Tour vice president of agronomy. [... more » ]