Golf News for Monday, December 12, 2005
"TaylorMade's Movable Weight Technology has clearly proven itself as a valid and valuable technology, as evidenced by the r7 quad's current status as the No. 1 driver on the PGA Tour," said Tom Olsavsky of TaylorMade. [... more » ]
Club Car has announced that 92 percent of Precedent golf cars in the U.S. that were identified as having a potential problem have been repaired and are back in full operation. [... more » ]
“Rifle Project X continues to prove its exceptional consistency and accuracy among the best players in the world," said Ray Lucas, senior vice president for Royal Precision. [... more » ]
“Bob is a great addition to the Burroughs & Chapin team. He has a great background in all aspects of golf and will be a tremendous asset,” said John Grab, CRO at Burroughs and Chapin. [... more » ]
“Four Christchurch clubs have been invited to host the event which is expected to provide a major boost to the local economy and to our reputation as a golf-friendly region,” said mayor Garry Moore. [... more » ]
“Having a dedicated and talented team is vital to serving the members. I am pleased to announce the addition of some outstanding individuals to the staff," said Steve Mona, GCSAA CEO. [... more » ]
One unique aspect of the Kris Moe Golf Schools is Kris Moe himself. He is qualified for this “Luxury Golf Experience” by the fact that he is a seasoned golfer, winemaker, and cook. [... more » ]
"There's a lot of people who believe it could become Australia's next great icon, you know, like the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge," said Bob Bongiorno. [... more » ]
MJ on Golf passes the word on the inevitability of a terrorist attack at Emerald Hills Golfland in San Jose, Ca., -- at least according to the feds. [... more » ]
Having played St. Andrews many moons ago, having played Bandon, only one links style course still beckoned (well, two, but I can't get to Nebraska just yet.) The links along the lake. [... more » ]