Golf News for Monday, April 11, 2005
Nike Golf, for the first time in its short history as a club maker, leads the PGA Tour field iron count at the Masters. [... more » ]
Dri-Tac is seven times more absorbent than a cotton towel. [... more » ]
Tour Golf Opens Fitting Center & Warehouse [... more » ]
FlightScope by EDH Sport, a premier ball-flight monitor, has been selected by CMD Golf, Inc. [... more » ]
Glove Time and NorthStar Studios have joined forces to produce and air a 60 second direct response commercial featuring Glove Time's Golfers Watch, a golf glove with a built in timepiece. [... more » ]
Peta Phipps & Associates will arrange for one-on-one media interviews with some of the celebrities from sports and entertainment who are attending T-Buck’s celebrity golf weekend April 15-17. [... more » ]
The ESPN National Golf Challenge comes to Virginia's Winton Country Club on June 11, 2005. [... more » ]
PeakVision Sports – maker of sunglasses designed for golfers and featuring Dual-Zone technology in its distortion-free lenses – announces it has signed Billy Andrade and Bruce Fleisher to endorsement deals. [... more » ]
Here's some thoughts from TravelGolf's Jennifer Mario. I was wondering the same thing: Why is CBS holding the Masters hostage? [... more » ]
The yahoos calling up to complain about Tiger Woods’ stance on a tap-in putt (imagine a viewer phoning ABC to say Shaq took an extra half step on a uncontested slam, who cares?) aren’t as funny as yahoos like Tim McDonald who rushed to call Woods’ Masters over after a soggy first round. [... more » ]
Sybase Classic tournament officials announce The Greater New York City Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation as its new official charity. [... more » ]
 
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