Golf News for Monday, February 7, 2005
Golf course owners throughout the United States are planning to file a lawsuit this month against Royal Links USA. [... more » ]
Jeff Jackson of Tour Golf Products, Columbus, Ohio, served as a featured speaker at the recent PGA show in Orlando, Florida. His presentation "The Profitability of Club Repair and Custom Club Assembly" was well attended by PGA professionals. [... more » ]
The Association of Private Clubs & Directors (APCD) has announced that Marsh & Associates, Inc. has signed on to become an Associate Member and Sponsor of the APCD. [... more » ]
The Florida State Golf Association will open the 2005 Championship Schedule with the Florida State Senior Championship at Golden Ocala Golf and Equestrian Club on April 12-14. The date for receiving entries in March 2. [... more » ]
Maderas Golf Club in San Diego will host the North Island Credit Union Golf Tournament benefitting the Corazón de Vida Foundation on Wednesday, February 9th. [... more » ]
Callaway Golf Company has announced the latest addition to its successful HX family of golf balls: the HX Hot Golf Ball, with a new 3-piece construction that delivers blistering ball speed and surprisingly soft feel. [... more » ]
HiPPO Golf Company USA has announced that it has added a new line of ITX² Carbon Irons to complement its new ITX² Driver and Fairway Woods, and Utility Clubs. The new irons will begin shipping February 1, 2005. [... more » ]
Aserta Sports, Inc. introduced its newest model the Monster, by Parente at the 2005 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando last week and according to National Director of Sales, Steve Okazaki the response was overwhelming. [... more » ]
Honours Golf has announced that Bay Point’s Lagoon Legend, located in Panama City, Florida, has closed and begun construction on its major renovation. It will re-open under its new name, Nicklaus Resort Course in fall 2005. [... more » ]