Golf News for Friday, December 2, 2005
Same-store rounds played were up 0.6% in the month of October 2005 vs. October 2004. Rounds have been in positive territory for four of the past six months, bringing the year-to-date figure through October to -0.5%. [... more » ]
"In 2005, we continued to build upon the momentum of Play Golf America," said PGA President Roger Warren. "Play Golf America is becoming the recognized resource for finding a golf program to fit the needs of the consumer." [... more » ]
"The Darrell Survey results clearly demonstrate the superior performance and satisfaction levels our drivers provide," said Jeff Harmet, president of Cobra Golf. "We believe this is a direct result of our mission to make the game more enjoyable for avid golfers." [... more » ]
Online Golf Solutions President Dan Perry will speak on "Local Search Opportunities: How to Ensure Your Golf Course or Resort is Listed" on Jan. 28, and later that day will lead a roundtable discussion on "Web Site Best Practices." [... more » ]
Hartefeld National Golf Club has something for everyone when it comes to the New Year’s festivities. Celebrate your countdown to 2006 at Hartefeld National’s New Year’s Eve Gala, then relax from the previous night’s celebrations at the New Year’s Day Jazz Brunch. [... more » ]
The USGA will not adopt the new Local Rule allowing the use of distance-measuring devices at its championships or qualifying rounds in 2006. However, the association will review the matter annually. [... more » ]
"We are very excited to be coming to San Diego and Barona Creek,” said Bill Calfee, chief of operations for the Nationwide Tour. "The golf course will provide a great setting for our championship." [... more » ]
The Caddy Sack is a light, durable nylon bag with aluminum legs that serves as an auxiliary bag so golfers can have a choice of clubs at their side for any shot. [... more » ]
I hope that first, Els returns to full health and second, that he brings his most intense passion to preparing for the upcoming trials of this next decade. He will need it if he hopes to be labeled one of the greatest ever. [... more » ] isn't invited to many grand openings. We tend to be a little too honest, a little too scruffy (have you seen the Cheap Bastard?), a little too irreverent (see BadGolfer). [... more » ]