Golf News for Friday, April 15, 2005
Accommodating the desires of the most sophisticated and demanding golfer, Exotics irons are in a word, extraordinary. [... more » ]
Want an extra $1500-$2000 for your golf tourney? One area typically overlooked when raising money for a charity golf event is in selling ad space on the promotional gift. [... more » ]
Lokmangal Group specialises in improving soil health ,environment and fertility by promoting the use of biofertilisers,natural organic fertilisers,organic biofertilizers,biopesticides and biocontrol agents. [... more » ]
Golf Classic 2005 combines world-class golf with first class treatment all to help in the fight against America’s #1 cause of disability, arthritis. [... more » ]
Cleveland Golf is pleased to announce the promotion of Rodney McDonald to Vice President of Tour Operations. [... more » ]
E-Mail Marketing will be one of the workshops scheduled for the 15th ING Spring Conference, May 22-26 at the World Golf Village Renaissance Resort in St. Augustine, Fla. [... more » ]
The Bag Boy Company unveils the TXG premium wheeled travel cover, featuring expandable zippered gussets to provide a snug fit for stand bags and larger cart bags. [... more » ]
Golfer-specific sunglasses rising in popularity on PGA Tour [... more » ]
Walking into the old ferry building along the pier and taking in the bustling, buzzing city market is turning into one of San Francisco's true pleasures. [... more » ]
Phil didn't pass the green jacket on to Chris DiMarco, but perhaps he did pass on the epithet, Best Player Never to Win a Major. [... more » ]
Kaye Kessler, who was the longtime columnist of the Columbus Dispatch, is the recipient of the fifth Jimmy D'Angelo Award, presented by the Golf Writers Association of America. [... more » ]