Golf News for Wednesday, February 9, 2005
The Golf Headquarters retail association will release a new consumer golf catalog in 2005. The catalog will be published twice in 2005 with the premier issue scheduled for a March release. [... more » ]
SMT Golf recently announced that Nationwide and PGA Tour Professional Victor Schwamkrug, "The Longest Driver On Any PGA Tour" averaging 330.9 yards in 2004, has agreed to a one-year endorsement deal for the upcoming 2005 season. [... more » ]
Crown Golf has announced that it has appointed Matthew Lynwood as Property Director, following last month's acquisition of American Golf UK. [... more » ]
Korean Bo Bae Song narrowly avoided a remarkable collapse with a clutch birdie putt at the final hole to win the $30,000 first prize at the Samsung Ladies Masters at Laguna National Golf & Country Club in Singapore. [... more » ]
Eidolon premium wedges combine precise CNC groove milling with Eidolon Golf's patented V-Sole technology for more spin, more control and serious short-game improvement. [... more » ]
The Callaway Golf lineup includes the Big Bertha Titanium 454 Driver, the Big Bertha Fusion Irons and the HX Hot Golf Ball, a new 3-piece distance ball at a 2-piece price point that performs exactly like the name implies. [... more » ]
Pacrim Hospitality of Halifax has announced the immediate opening of the first Holiday Inn Express Hotel in Quebec. The Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Montreal – Centre-Ville was previously called Hotel Le Suites Faubourg. [... more » ]
Q-Link is riding a wave of momentum started by a strong increase in its business and maximized by the recent launch of the first product extension in the company's history. [... more » ]
Weather permitting, Northern Michigan's golf season begins mid-April and golf packages begin April 22 at Grand Traverse Resort and Spa. [... more » ]