Golf News for Friday, April 1, 2005
Web-based system provides standardized USGA Handicapping and other services to increase participation and enjoyment of the game for all types of golf clubs and golfers [... more » ]
Tennessee PGA Life Member Don Malarkey competed alongside Walter Hagen and Sam Snead prior to becoming a premier teaching professional. [... more » ]
TaylorMade tour staff professional Fred Funk won The Players Championship, while fellow staffers Tom Lehman and Scott Verplank tied for second place, one shot back. [... more » ]
Most Lopsided Victory Ever in Rankmark-Max Out Golf Labs Collaboration [... more » ]
AccuFLEX Golf announces that the PGA Superstore of Roswell, Ga., will carry the company's line of graphite shafts. [... more » ]
ClubCorp announces investments of more than $3 million in capital improvements to three of its Dallas area clubs, including Gleneagles Country Club in Plano; Las Colinas Country Club in Irving, and Shady Valley Golf Club in Arlington. [... more » ]
Mitchell® Golf Equipment Institute completed another Club Performance Fitting Specialists class March 15, 2005 at its Orlando campus. This two-day masters class offers training related to club performance fitting. [... more » ]
Doug Ferguson's recent AP bit on Jesper Parnevik's effect on PGA Tour fashions was filled with horrifying, gouge-your-eyes-out kind of imagery. [... more » ]
Nick Dougherty and Miles Tunnicliff won the RBS Shot of the Month Awards for January and February, respectively. The Englishmen will each receive the RBS Shot of the Month Trophy and a £1000 cheque to donate to a charity of their choice. [... more » ]
The new “Links and Legends” golf package allows golfers to create their own legend on links crafted amid natural Virginia hardwood forests, 17th-century plantations and Civil War redoubts. [... more » ]
The Professional Golf Management Program is a five-year college curriculum, with students serving 16 to 20 months of an on-course internship with PGA Professionals. [... more » ]