Golf News for Tuesday, December 6, 2005
"There's a sea of shallow-faced hybrid or rescue clubs out there with tiny sweetspots and unbendable hosels," said Jennifer King, president of KZG. "Our goal with the U-Iron was to make a hybrid with a much broader reach." [... more » ]
"We are excited to see Project X once again demonstrate why it is considered the world’s most advanced steel shaft," said Ray Lucas, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Royal Precision. [... more » ]
"She will do an outstanding job in addressing difficult issues with strategies that are most effective in meeting the changing needs of our membership," said Chris Thomas, Northern California PGA executive director. [... more » ]
"GPS technology is not new to the Australian golfing market, but the ability to use the same unit at any course is," said Simon Webb, Tee2Green Technologies co-founder. [... more » ]
"With Massachusetts advertising revenues exceeding our expectations in 2005, it is clear that the market can easily support a second issue [of Commonwealth Golf],” said Ben Hale, Divot Communication Corp. publisher and founder. [... more » ]
"By providing the opportunity for all golf teams to obtain a Bushnell laser rangefinder, those teams will have a competitive advantage over teams that do not own a Bushnell device," said Jason Seeman, national sales manager golf. [... more » ]
Mountain Branch Golf Course in Joppa offers cooking classes the second Saturday of each month. The lessons are hosted by the popular Chef Paul, who provides recipes and ample samplings of each dish! [... more » ]
What’s as interesting as the names that made it, are some that did not: Beth Bauer, 2002 Rookie of the Year, was DQ’d after a first-round 78; Kelli Kuehne’s play bumped her down to non-exempt status; and Annika’s younger sister missed the cut. [... more » ]
The Plunge Of The Day belonged to Joseph Alfieri. He started T10, Ended T54 after 78 painful strokes. At least he'll be on the Nationwide Tour next year, RonMon writes. [... more » ]
Yasuharu Imano won the final event of season 2005 on the Japan Golf Tour when he won the Golf Nippon Series JT Cup at the Tokyo Yomiuri Golf Club by two shots over Shinichi Yokota. [... more » ]