Golf News for Friday, February 4, 2005
Arnold Palmer and Author James Dodson Sign Limited Editions in La Quinta Internationally Recognized Photographer Joann Dost Celebrates Milestone Project [... more » ]
One year, 10 months and 14 days. That's how long it had been since Justin Leonard last tasted victory on the PGA Tour before Sunday's win at the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic. [... more » ]
Darren Clarke has confirmed that he will donate the £19,437 he earned for finishing tied fourth in the South African Airways Open to the Tsunami Aid Appeal through The European Tour International Relief Golf Fund. [... more » ]
Fiery American golfer Ricky Barnes is a likely starter at the $US600,000 ING New Zealand PGA Championship at the Clearwater Resort, Christchurch, from February 24-27 2005. [... more » ]
European Tour Members Peter Lonard and Ian Poulter secured top ten finishes in the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic after impressive weeks at the PGA West Course, La Quinta, California where Justin Leonard won his first title for two years. [... more » ]
The unique grip and putter designs which were played as prototypes in over 20 PGA and Champions Tour events during the 2004 season are now available to golfers everywhere. [... more » ]
Accu-Length's official launch at this past week's PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando expanded the company's presence into the golf market in many ways, but there was one accomplishment that the company had only hoped for, but ultimately accomplished. [... more » ]
Forewinds Hospitality LLC, a division of Sawyer Realty Holdings, has announced the acquisition of two premier golf properties in Maryland and southern Pennsylvania. [... more » ]
Golf Telebag was named the Best New Product at the PGA Show in the bags/travel products/luggage category. [... more » ]