Golf News for Wednesday, February 2, 2005
On Friday, February 4th, children from the Clara White Mission’s Greater Expectations program in Jacksonville, Florida, will enjoy Super Bowl weekend by having the opportunity to be honorary caddies to some NFL greats. [... more » ]
Beginning Friday, golfers may take in a “Flick” (Jim, that is) and learn how not to hit it “Sideways” out on the links this year. Yes, movie buffs who love golf will drive toward the DeVos Place in downtown Grand Rapids for the Annual West Michigan Golf Show. [... more » ]
Ping executives have announced that a newly formed company, Ping Golf Japan KK, has started handling the sales and distribution of all Ping golf equipment in Japan. [... more » ]
The portable Inside Approach swing trainer provides instant feedback, allowing the user to benefit immediately from the most effective way to correct his or her swing path available today. [... more » ]
Brush-T's Green Grass program is aimed entirely at the on-course market segment. It will demonstrate how golf professionals and golf shops will consistently add profits to their shops. [... more » ]
Ernie Els will begin a 72 hole quest to join an exclusive club of golfing legends in the Heineken Classic at Royal Melbourne Golf Club as he seeks to become only the sixth player in the history of official competition to win a fourth consecutive tournament title. [... more » ]
"Norman, Hewitt, Warne and Tomkins – an awesome foursome" declared Heineken Classic Tournament Director Rod Leembruggen when he released the Heineken Classic Pro Am draw for this Wednesday at Royal Melbourne. [... more » ]
Developers of the Club at Strawberry Creek have officially kicked off sales of 62 residential estate lots located adjacent to the community's private, 18-hole championship golf course. [... more » ]