Golf News for Friday, February 18, 2005
A world ranking system for women's golf is a little behind schedule and might not begin until the start of the 2006 season. [... more » ]
The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) has enlisted the services of Heidrick & Struggles, a preeminent global executive recruiting firm, to assist the organization in finding a successor for outgoing Commissioner Ty M. Votaw. [... more » ]
Europe’s biggest consumer golf show and the biggest tournament for club golfers in the world have come together and the International Pairs is now the official tournament of the London Golf Show. [... more » ]
Jorge Gutierrez has been named general manager of the Hilton Villahermosa & Conference Center, a new 220-room property currently under construction that is scheduled to open in April 2005. [... more » ]
The fourth staging of The Mobile Cup on the European Seniors Tour will be marked with a new venue this year, as the tournament moves to Collingtree Park Golf Club in Northamptonshire from June 17-19, 2005. [... more » ]
Japan has won the inaugural Women's World Cup of Golf. But the youngest pair in this US$1 million event did not make life easy for themselves and avoided a dramatic collapse as they stumbled through the back nine in George, South Africa, on Sunday. [... more » ]
Nakashima Golf has announced its new "NP-1" line of high performance, blade style irons. Nakashima's NP-1 Series irons are double forged from high-grade carbon steel and then everything on the irons from the grooves to the logo is fully CNC milled. [... more » ]
An impressive eight of the top 10 finishers relied on True Temper shafts, with Dynamic Gold leading the way in irons with nearly four times as many shafts in play as the nearest competitor. [... more » ]
The Professional Clubmakers' Society (PCS) will conduct seven training schools in 2005 at the PCS Headquarters, the Elmore Just Clubmakers Cottage, located adjacent to the Persimmon Ridge Golf Course and Academy, Louisville, Ky. [... more » ]
 
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