Golf News for Friday, March 4, 2005
The First Tee has announced The First Tee of Louisville as its 200th facility. PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem, who serves as chairman of the World Golf Foundation, participated in the ceremony along with The First Tee Executive Director Joe Louis Barrow Jr.. [... more » ]
UpLink Corporation sponsored the NGCOA's annual golf outing to attendees of the Golf Industry Show held Feb. 10-12, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL. A total of 268 attendees played the two courses which uses UpLink's GCMS. [... more » ]
Sunderland of Scotland has announced the addition of Rick Gielow as the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Sunderland of Scotland and Lyle & Scott in the United States. [... more » ]
New Line Media Solutions has announced the selection of Players Turf International LLC for its innovative, educational television series - World’s Best. The company will be featured as part of a “Best in Class” series. [... more » ]
The new Heavy Putter – weighing 90 percent more than standard putters – showed superior control of distance, velocity and direction over other putter brands in a recent, independent test conducted on the Super SAM Putting Analysis machine at the Hank Haney Ranch in Plano, Texas. [... more » ]
Le Méridien Nirwana Golf & Spa Resort puts a whole new perspective to the in area of Bali with a new southwest Bali map. Covering areas from Legian to Denpasar and Kerambitan, the map features the island’s trendiest locales. [... more » ]
The list includes: Donnie Burke (Arizona & New Mexico), Jesse Johnson (North Carolina), Randy Hebert (South Carolina), Darin Jacober (Kansas & Missouri), Bob Finn (Texas & Oklahoma), Joe Allen (North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, and Minnesota), and Mark Cramer (Michigan). [... more » ]
Want to know what pisses off The Rebel? It's these asinine towns that call themselves golf destinations when they are not. There is hardly a bigger blow hole in the US than Santee, South Carolina. [... more » ]
Australian Adam Groom was named the 2004 Rookie of the Year at the Asian Golf Tour Awards night after finishing 15th on the Order of Merit last season with winnings of US$117,728 from 13 tournaments. [... more » ]