Golf News for Wednesday, December 21, 2005
"The prominent pink plaque on the W-Series CG11 will turn heads, but the performance is what sells it. A portion of the proceeds of this product will be donated to breast cancer research." said Greg Hopkins, head of Cleveland Golf. [... more » ]
"Royal Birkdale has always been a strong Open venue and we feel that by introducing these changes, that challenge can be maintained," said Peter Dawson, chief executive of the R&A. [... more » ]
Early celebrity participants for the 2006 Classic include Yogi Berra, Michael Bolton, Glen Campbell, Alice Cooper, Carson Daly, Cheech Marin, Joe Pesci, Maury Povich and Justin Timberlake. [... more » ]
Based in Zug, Switzerland, XL Generation holds the worldwide commercial and manufacturing rights for the revolutionary "XL technology." It is the only artificial turf not containing sand and rubber granules. [... more » ]
Hall of Fame golfer Nancy Lopez will be the keynote speaker at the 2006 Golf Course Superintendents Association of America Education Conference's opening session. She is part of a high-profile list of speakers. [... more » ]
"When a golfer steps onto the tee on a great hole his mind’s eye sees everything, not just a small landing area or flagstick," said Bill Thompson. "That’s the picture I try to provide." [... more » ]
Peter Cure of Orchard Creek was reelected as president and Mark Printsky of McGregor Links was reelected as secretary. New officers include Treasurer Eric Bresky of Olde Kinderhook and VP John Risler from Town of Colonie. [... more » ]
"The PGA of America takes great pride in its partnership with Hyatt, one of the most recognized names in the service industry," said PGA of America President Roger Warren. [... more » ]
There is one quote among the multitude that is so earnestly sweet, so reassuring, that I will use it as my mantra in 2006. Cary Middlecoff once commented: "Concentrate on hitting the green. The cup will come to you." [... more » ]