Golf News for Thursday, December 22, 2005
Top strength and conditioning experts for golf will gather in March 2006 in Orlando, Fla., at the World Golf Fitness Summit hosted by Titleist Performance Institute cofounders Dave Phillips and Dr. Greg Rose. [... more » ]
"The HTEC Driver with its interchangeable hosel technology is, without a doubt, the most exciting and revolutionary product we have ever designed," said John Nakashima, founder and president of Nakashima Golf. [... more » ]
"Rifle shafts are well-known throughout the industry for providing unparalleled consistency, accuracy and performance, and the dramatic South African Open was a great demonstration of Rifle performance," said Ray Lucas, a senior VP for Royal Precision. [... more » ]
"Professional golfers around the world trust Lamkin grips for three very simple reasons — stability, comfort and traction," said Bob Lamkin, president and CEO of Lamkin Grips. [... more » ]
"We are amazed at the global sales response we've received during our first full sales year of Full Release game-improvement grip. To date we've experienced an overwhelming 88% of customer satisfaction," said Lee Miller, Feel Golf CEO. [... more » ]
Taped coverage of the 14th edition of the ADT Skills Challenge airs Saturday, Dec. 24, from 4-6 p.m. ET and Sunday, Christmas Day, from 4-6 p.m. ET -- the only golf on network TV this weekend. [... more » ]
"My primary goal is making sure that each member and guest has a memorable golfing experience," said Philippe Bureau, golf director at Ocean Ridge. "Customer service is our top priority." [... more » ]
The full-circle MP1000 covers an 8- to 15-foot radius and applies water more slowly and uniformly than conventional spray heads, while the MP Corner is designed to effectively irrigate tight corners in turf or landscape. [... more » ]
"A Natural Course for Golf" by Malcolm Peake draws together the wisdom of well-known experts from every aspect of the turf-management industry and focuses on greenkeeping practices that work as closely as possible with nature. [... more » ]
Ernie Els could not be any happier with the way he is coming back from the knee injury and surgery which has kept him sidelined for half a year. There's an old saying around sports - beware the sick or wounded athelete. [... more » ]