Golf News for Thursday, March 3, 2005
The 4th China PGA Show Asia will tee off it’s forth consecutive year of golf trade and merchandise show this coming June 2005. China World Trade Center in Beijing will play host to this premier exhibition. [... more » ]
Crescent Systems nears the completion of the installation of their Crescent Systems Club Management Software every course on the Robert Trent Jones Trail with Silver Lakes going "live" this week. [... more » ]
Scotsman Simon Yates' 10-year love affair with Asia has propelled him to become only the fourth golfer to join the elite million-dollar club in career earnings. [... more » ]
Three-time Amby Valley PGAI Tour Order of Merit winner Mukesh Kumar set himself up nicely for a fourth title in five years as he opened up a near Rs three lakhs lead on 2004-05 season’s Order of Merit just a shade over halfway through the season. [... more » ]
Frank Boynton, Sr. and Stan Thompson will be inducted posthumously into the PCS Clubmakers' Hall of Fame at the 14th Annual PCS International Symposium and Expo in Louisville, Ky., at the Saturday, March 5, 2005, Awards Banquet. [... more » ]
The Royal Canadian Golf Association (RCGA) has announced that the city of Edmonton has been selected to host the 2006 Canadian Women’s Open. [... more » ]
Oitavos Golfe at Quinta da Marinha, Europe's most talked about new resort layout, will play host to the 2005 Estoril Open de Portugal Caixa Geral de Depositos, the European PGA Tour event scheduled for week of March 30-April 2. [... more » ]
The Thai Airways International Thailand Open will be staged at Blue Canyon Country Club in Phuket this week in an effort to aid the resort island's recovery following the Tsunami tragedy, the Asian Tour has announced. [... more » ]
Webb, a future LPGA Hall of Famer, played with the new Z-UR prototype golf ball, I-302 irons, and W-403AD driver to shoot a 16-under par, 272 total (70-68-67-67). [... more » ]
 
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