Golf News for Monday, February 21, 2005
Christy O’Connor and John Panton MBE, two of the game’s most distinguished players and respected ambassadors, have been accorded honorary life membership of The European Tour. [... more » ]
Legendary Marketing, the world's leader in golf marketing, has produced its newest audio seminar - "The Golf Marketing Success System That Never Fails" that details a step-by-step system on how to drive play, participation, and profits to golf clubs. [... more » ]
Crescent Systems has announced the installation of their Crescent Systems Club Management Software at Highland Oaks Golf Club located in Dothan, AL. [... more » ]
The Kraft Nabisco Championship LPGA golf tournament has named Linda Krengel as chairperson of the tournament's Community Relations Committee. [... more » ]
Grace Park, Lorena Ochoa, Meg Mallon and Cristie Kerr, multi-tournament and four of the top five money winners of the 2004 LPGA season headline the marquee field of LPGA pros in the inaugural $1,000,000 SBS Open at Turtle Bay February 21-16. [... more » ]
Padraig Harrington makes his first appearance of the year at the US$1.21 million Carlsberg Malaysian Open, looking to land the elusive title after several narrow misses. [... more » ]
Henry-Griffitts, the game's premier manufacturer of custom-fitted golf equipment, has launched an ambitious new shipping policy, whereby any club order placed with the company by noon will be shipped out to the customer the following business day. [... more » ]
The Heritage Golf Group, has announced that it has acquired Port Royal Golf & Racquet Club, Shipyard Golf Club and Oyster Reef Golf Club, on Hilton Head Island, named one of the "Top 75 U.S. Golf Resorts" by Golf Digest Magazine. [... more » ]
The incredible Segway HT continues gaining household-name status for its diversity of uses and unique motion mechanics, but fans may still be surprised at some of the unusual ways the machine is being used around the world, particularly in sports. [... more » ]
 
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