Golf News for Friday, December 16, 2005
"As we grow and our requirements and channels of distribution evolve, it's very appealing that we can turn to JDA to license and integrate other Portfolio solutions," said Darin Lynch, 2nd Swing's chief information officer. [... more » ]
"It is fantastic news that the Open is returning to Turnberry,"said Paul Burley, director of golf at Turnberry. "Having staged three outstanding Opens, it is well deserved that this great championship returns to our legendary links." [... more » ]
"Along with moving the Westfield Junior PGA Championship to August, increasing the field and age requirement is part of our transformation to improve our Junior major," said PGA President Roger Warren. [... more » ]
"Links golf is the truest test of the game. It brings out all the toughest characteristics in golf -- not just as a golfer but also as a person. Scotland’s courses offer the best test of them all," said Sir Michael Bonallack. [... more » ]
Speed E Cart, a self-propelled, electric version of Sun Mountain's top-selling Speed Cart, allows golfers the enjoyment and health benefits of walking the course while the cart carries the clubs. [... more » ]
"For the first time, callers throughout the nation can take advantage of the wealth of knowledge of PGA Professionals on the best available advice today for their needs," said PGA President Roger Warren. [... more » ]
"We are extremely proud of GDI's performance on the PGA TOUR and other professional tours this year," said Akio Karashima, CEO of GDI. "It validates that the world's best players prefer GDI shafts." [... more » ]
"To see the best golfers in the world choose Lamkin grips above all others and then win at the highest levels of competition is an incredibly rewarding experience," said company head Bob Lamkin. [... more » ]
Camp Creek has been consistently cited as one of Tom Fazio's best works. The course was created for nearby owners and guests at St. Joe’s WaterColor and WaterSound Beach residential and resort communities. [... more » ]
Palm Springs is more than just a place stuck in the 1950s, where anyone without white hair feels like an outsider. It's also Dennis Rodman signing copies of his new book, getting strippers to walk blocks away to invite him into their club. [... more » ]
The Cheap Bastard loves football, despite the fact he was used as a tackling dummy on his high school football team. And despite the fact that they have to endure rooting for the NFL's Cardinals, Arizona should love football, as well. [... more » ]
“Our No.1 goal at Dancing Rabbit is to offer our guests the best golf experience possible, and we come to work everyday striving to achieve this goal,” says Mark Powell, director of golf for Pearl River Resort. [... more » ]