Golf News for Monday, March 28, 2005
Adams Golf has signed Champions Tour player and U.S. Open winner Jerry Pate to its tour staff. [... more » ]
NGCOA has announced that Helena Chemical Company has joined the NGCOA Smart Buy Network. As the NGCOA's exclusive Preferred Supplier of Chemicals and Fertilizers, Helena will offer an attractive rebate program to NGCOA members. [... more » ]
The inaugural World Golf Trickshot Championship will be held at Celtic Manor immediately after the Wales Open on June 6. [... more » ]
Laser Link Golf has announced that for the second year in a row, the company will be a sponsor of the Tavistock Cup, held March 28-29 at Isleworth Country Club in Orlando, FL. [... more » ]
FlightScope by EDH Sport, a premier ball-flight monitor, has been selected by Mammoth Golf for use in its facilities. Also, Mammoth Golf, based in Maryland, has announced the Grand Opening of its Titanium Superstore. [... more » ]
If there was anything that had been missing in the Annika Sorenstam story until recent times it was that her major championship strike rate had not matched that of her regular tour events. The last two years have seen that change, and change dramatically. [... more » ]
Golf-Holeinone.com LLC has announced that Jo Ledene has been named as their Marketing Director. [... more » ]
Ticket brokering service now offers option for hospitality services during the 2005 Masters Tournament in April. [... more » ]
CNN.com travel report on golf vacations quotes Robert Lewis, president of TravelGolf.com. [... more » ]
If unlimited golf on three renowned golf courses, luxury accommodations and complete spa service sounds like aperfect way to spend a one- to three-day getaway, then Sunriver Resort has made it virtually irresistible. [... more » ]
NME says Tom Martin champions Santee, S.C., while failing to disclose his background and financial interests in Santee. [... more » ]
Pub Links Golfer Magazine recently announced the recipients of its Players’ Choice Awards in their Spring 2005 issue in which 22 companies submitted irons for the magazines Annual Hands On Player Testing. [... more » ]