Golf News for Wednesday, February 16, 2005
Noted instructor Rick Smith has signed an exclusive deal to endorse Quiet Feet training system. [... more » ]
HSBC, one of the world’s largest financial services organizations, has announced the only individual match play championship in women’s golf and has pledged a winner’s cheque of $500,000, the highest in the history of the LPGA. [... more » ]
Niclas Fasth became the first Swedish golfer to win the Holden New Zealand Open golf championship after he won a dramatic play-off with England's Miles Tunnicliffe at the second extra hole at Gulf Harbour on Sunday. [... more » ]
The Royal Challenge Samarvir Sahi Amateur golf tournament, the eleventh leg of the Royal Challenge Indian Golf Tour, will be played at the par-72 Chandigarh Golf Course from 15th–18th February 2005. [... more » ]
Tidewater Golf Club is one of America’s Top 100 Residential Courses, according to the 2005 special edition of Golfweek. Often called the “Pebble Each of the East,” Tidewater has received numerous other accolades for its scenic beauty and challenging design. [... more » ]
Golf pro and author, Bob Miller has launched a new service on his website (www.bobmillerwrites.com). He has branched out from offering golf tips and short stories to offering an affordable book review/promotion service as well. [... more » ]
The Futures Golf Tour will honor the 2004 recipients of its annual awards in March during the Tour's first tournament of the 2005 season in its hometown of Lakeland, Fla. [... more » ]