Golf News for Monday, March 7, 2005
T-Minus Enterprises recently released a software program, T-Minus Countdown Clock, allowing golfers to count down to their next tee time. [... more » ]
Dan Delgado has joined Legendary Marketing, the world's leader in golf marketing, as a web systems technician. Andrew Wood, president, made the appointment. Delgado, 23, attended the University of Central Florida in Orlando where he majored in computer science. [... more » ]
TravelGolf.com President and CEO Robert Lewis feels that Nessmith’s hiring completes the overhaul he undertook to give the only golf publication with the guts to tell its readers the truth an even stronger journalistic voice. [... more » ]
The Singapore Open, one of the Lion City's most celebrated sporting events which has been absent from the golf calendar for three years, will roar again on Sentosa this September with a US$2 million prize purse, by far the richest national Open in Asia. [... more » ]
Ohio's Mars Golf Company will be featured at www.putters.com, a new website set to debut March 1. The site is dedicated to showcasing the best putters in the industry, including those from Mars Golf. [... more » ]
Center includes a Personal Golf Concierge to facilitate area tee times, lodging and dinner reservations for vacationing golfers in Pinehurst, Southern Pines and Aberdeen. [... more » ]
Golf course architect Brian Curley swears he's not responsible for all the rain that has drenched the La Costa Resort and Spa this week, but he is taking credit for how the holes flow. [... more » ]
Following a nine-month renovation by Tom Fazio and the Pinehurst team, the course has officially reopened, with greatly improved green complexes, bunker development and better shot values from tee to green. [... more » ]
Luco Sport has just introduced a new line of head covers that is driving the golf loving community straight down the middle with their sleek and innovative design. [... more » ]