Golf News for Tuesday, February 15, 2005
Golf Industry Blog has learned that a temporary restraining order is being sought in Arizona Federal Court against Florida golf packager Golf Pac Inc. for running an unauthorized and duplicate site of an ex-client and golf packager, TravelGolf West. [... more » ]
United Turf Industries, which supplies, designs and installs high-performance synthetic surfaces for residential and commercial use, has announced it has merged with VersaSport International, LLC. [... more » ]
Gary Jonas Computing has announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire Club Systems Group (CSG) of Jenkintown, PA. [... more » ]
FLGolf the exclusive distributor of Volvik Golf Balls will be represented at the Myrtle Beach South Carolina show by Regional Sales Rep and Volvik's Director of Corporate Communications, Glen Coombe at booths 205-209. [... more » ]
Royal Precision has announced the expansion of its Saber and Saber Tour lines of high-performance graphite shafts with the addition of several new dedicated launch options. [... more » ]
Six U.S. golf manufacturers have announced that another blow has been struck against the illegal manufacture, distribution and sale of counterfeit golf equipment in the Southern Chinese cities of Dongguan, Changan and Guangzhou. [... more » ]
Within a couple of weeks of signing an exclusive agreement to play Alpha Golf clubs, former National Long Drive Champion Frank Miller won The Players Tour Orlando (Senior Division) Long Drive event held this past weekend in Orlando. [... more » ]
Golfers will never find the cookie-cutter golf courses found of flat states in West Virginia where numerous mountain courses both challenge and charm one’s ability. [... more » ]
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. has announced the re-launch of the Radisson Hotel San Diego as the Sheraton San Diego Hotel, Mission Valley. [... more » ]