Golf News for Friday, February 25, 2005
PGA golf professional Ginger Brown Lemm, community leaders, area physicians and Longhills Golf Club are planning to participate in the first Saline Memorial Hospital Hospice Golf Benefit tournament. [... more » ]
UBS, one of the world's leading financial firms, has signed a long-term agreement to become an exclusive partner of The Players Championship. [... more » ]
Ian Shepherd has joined Legendary Marketing, the world's leader in golf marketing, as a marketing success specialist. Andrew Wood, president of Legendary Marketing, announced the appointment. [... more » ]
The Myanmar Open celebrates its 10th anniversary on Thursday and Thai star Thongchai Jaidee could well make it a memorable one. [... more » ]
Cricket captains Ricky Ponting and New Zealand's Steven Fleming scored some tips from one of Australia's greats Wayne Grady in Wednesday's pro-am at the ING NZ PGA Championship at the Clearwater Resort in Christchurch. [... more » ]
KZG, the #1 Custom ProLine, is delighted to announce that it will now service the many Touring Professionals playing KZG equipment with the introduction of its tour van. [... more » ]
Two new wedges benefiting all levels of golfers have been introduced by Infiniti Golf, including the AW Grind series wedges in the non-glare and attractive gun black finish and the new, super-easy to hit Assure wedge. [... more » ]
There’s been a lot of focus lately in the golf world on utility clubs. For Infiniti Golf, it’s just an extension of what was introduced 4 years ago – and lives up to its designation of utility. [... more » ]
It's appropriate that the new Jeffrey D. Brauer-designed golf course that will soon begin construction at a famous historical site here will be an "early-American golf course," built along the lines of the classic "country clubs" of the early 1900s. [... more » ]
This is the first CRT class to graduate at Mitchell Golf Equipment Institute’s new campus located at Orange County National Golf Resort & Lodge in Orlando, Florida. The students attended an extensive 3-day class related to all types of club repair. [... more » ]
GolfGym scored a major victory at the 2005 PGA Merchandise Show. Thanks to two hot new products, new packaging and a mention on the Golf Channel by Katherine Roberts, GolfGym made a strong showing at this year's show. [... more » ]
Resort & Golf Marketing, the official golf public relations firm for Travel Michigan, has been given a top industry award by the International Network of Golf. The honor was announced at the recent 2005 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Fla. [... more » ]