Golf News for Wednesday, April 13, 2005
Adams Golf has signed Champions Tour player and U.S. Open winner, Jerry Pate to its tour staff. [... more » ]
After launching a successful infomercial program, CCM Marketing announces the release of the Swing Setter to the airwaves. [... more » ]
Golf Mongolia Tours offers an opportunity for adventurous golfers to tee off in the land of Genghis Khan. [... more » ]
Tiger Woods captured the PGA Player of the Year titles in 1997 and 1999-2003. [... more » ]
Officials from the Nationwide Tour have announced that The Reese's Cup Classic, scheduled to be contested in the week of May 23-29 in Hershey, Pa., has been cancelled. [... more » ]
ESPN Will Televise Two-Day, 18-Hole Event from Treetops Resort; Tickets on Sale now. [... more » ]
Tom Watson, Gary Player, Tom Kite, Craig Stadler, and Arnold Palmer hold 12 major titles among them. [... more » ]
So Kiel Christianson goes and makes me spit coffee all over my laptop. [... more » ]
I found this while doing some subway reading today: "The born traveller is the man who is without prejudices ... who recognizes that everyone is his brother, however strange and ludicrous he may be in dress and appearance." Golf travel is a microcosm of this ideal. [... more » ]
TaylorMade tour staff professionals playing in this year's Masters wore special edition hats and used special edition staff bags featuring a logo paying homage to the tournament and Augusta National Golf Club. [... more » ]
Players competing for a spot on the 2006 U.S. Ryder Cup team will accumulate points through the 2006 PGA Championship. [... more » ]