Golf News for Thursday, February 17, 2005
Bombardier Flexjet has announced that Gary Player – the most successful international golfer of all time and holder of the title “The World’s Most Traveled Athlete” has joined the Flexjet program as a fractional jet owner. [... more » ]
U.S. Captain Tom Lehman has named former Ryder Cup teammates Corey Pavin and Loren Roberts, players with a combined four appearances in golf's premier showcase event, to serve as assistant captains for the 2006 U.S. Ryder Cup team. [... more » ]
Zach Johnson, the Cedar Rapids (Ia.) native who grew up to be a budding star on the PGA Tour, has joined the John Deere Classic board of directors. [... more » ]
Asian Tour number one Thongchai Jaidee bids to defend a title for the first time in his glowing career when he tees up in the US$1.21 million Carlsberg Malaysian Open on Thursday. [... more » ]
The Canadian Open will return to Hamilton Golf and Country Club in 2006 as a new golf course outside of Montreal isn't expected to be ready on time. [... more » ]
South African star Ernie Els, the smooth-swinging world number three, will be the top attraction at this year’s Qatar Masters at Doha Golf Club from March 10-13. [... more » ]
The 2005 GSGA competitions' schedule, which runs March through November, features 18 statewide competitions, sectional qualifying for two state tourneys, two interstate team competitions and 17 qualifying rounds for USGA national championships. [... more » ]
Kyle Dobbs of the USA completed a thrilling victory at the Costa Rica Open to defeat Sebastian Fernandez in a sudden-death play-off at the Cariari Country Club in San Jose, Costa Rica, on Sunday. [... more » ]
Callaway Golf Staff Professional Phil Mickelson continued his overwhelming start to the 2005 PGA Tour season on Sunday, crushing a strong field by four strokes to win the AT&T Pebble National Beach Pro Am. [... more » ]
Women golfers can now breathe a collective sigh of relief as grips for golf clubs are being ergonomically designed specially for women's hands. [... more » ]
On the heels of its recent victories at the Mercedes Championship and the FBR Open, the premium Rifle Project X steel shaft has achieved yet another win this year at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, delivering its third victory in six weeks! [... more » ]
Northern Caribbean University (NCU) is teaming up with the Jamaica Golfers Association (JGA) to begin an introductory course in golf, come August 2005, the university has announced. [... more » ]
Simple Golf LLC, located in western Connecticut, has announced an ambitious new program with the goal of growing the game of golf. The company with their new SimpleSwing program can create successful golfers in an amazingly short time. [... more » ]