Golf News for Thursday, December 8, 2005
"The Fat Lady Swings is Bobby Grace’s signature putter design, updated with fresh technologies and the newest materials," said Barry Schneider, chairman and CEO of MacGregor Golf. [... more » ]
"We understand that a high percentage of better players love the benefits of forged irons but don’t want to pay for it, and now they don’t have to," said Sean Sheppard, Magique Golf president. [... more » ]
"With the recent announcement by the USGA regarding its decision to permit the use of GPS in tournament play beginning in 2006, we are more confident than ever that we are at the right place at the right time," said Tyce Fitzmorris, ProTrac CEO. [... more » ]
New appointments at the GCSAA include Mark Bisbing, Dave Fearis, while promotions went to Lyne Tumlinson, Mark Gabrick, Heather Gerber, Becky Gonzales, Jeff Graham and Greg Stacey. [... more » ]
George Fellows is the newest member of NGF’s board of directors, which represents the full spectrum of the golf industry, including manufacturing, retail, media and course management. [... more » ]
"We are grateful to the players and allied associations that helped us leverage the game of golf to raise money for a cause which affected our industry very personally," said PGA President Roger Warren. [... more » ]
The Greater Atlantic City Golf Association's 2006 golf getaways include two nights’ lodging plus three rounds of golf with preferred tee times at seven of southern New Jersey’s championship courses. [... more » ]
"The World War II veterans like the fact that we're beating the Japs again," said Joe Gibbs. "It's going to make a nice amount of publicity for America. This is America! We beat'em once, and we'll beat 'em again." [... more » ]
The Wie Camp has done everything in its power to keep Michelle Wie away from playing against her peers, to maintain the marketing mystique at the cost of her still holding no clue how to win. [... more » ]
"Our association is proud that its programs continue to recognized by communications professionals," said PGA President Roger Warren. [... more » ]