Golf News for Wednesday, March 2, 2005
Golf House, the home of the United States Golf Association Museum's public exhibition galleries, will close for renovations on March 31, the Association has announced. [... more » ]
The international presence of SST PURE Shaft Alignment continues to grow with the addition of Surrey-based Precision Golf Ltd. to the SST licensee network. [... more » ]
Yahnis Distributors, Prestwick Country Club and Indigo Creek Golf Club will be sending the top three teams from the 2005 Battle of the Beach golf tournament on an all-expenses-paid trip to Tunica, Miss., for the Championship Shootout at River Bend Links. [... more » ]
Mitchell Golf Equipment Company, Dayton, Ohio will be attending the Professional Clubmakers’ Society Expo March 3-6 in Louisville, KY. The annual PCS Expo attracts club makers from around the world. [... more » ]
Australian Scott Strange pulled off a stunning two-shot victory at the 10th Myanmar Open today to dash Thongchai Jaidee's hopes of back-to-back titles. [... more » ]
Action Television announces another contract extension for its highly successful television program Golf Life. For the past two seasons Golf Life has featured tip segments with well-known golf instructor Chuck Cook. [... more » ]
When a volcano explodes, it forms a caldera in its crater. When the golf ball explodes off the tee at Vulcan Golf, it's called the CalderaZ 440. [... more » ]
IZZO GOLF, designer and manufacturer of training aids and carry systems, recently launched Legacy, a stand bag designed for the walking golfer who occasionally rides. The lightweight design of this bag, 5 pounds, makes walking 18 holes a breeze. [... more » ]
The Multi National U.S.A. Company, Travalite U.S.A. which specializes in the manufacture of a range of golf travel/flight bags, has linked up with British based Bags and Wheels (golf) to launch into the U.K. market and Europe. [... more » ]