Golf News for Tuesday, April 19, 2005
Aerotech's SteelFiber i70 iron shaft incorporates the same innovative SteelFiber technology as its predecessors but at a lower weight. [... more » ]
Tempe-based Magique Golf moves, adds factory showroom. [... more » ]
Gold Level certification is reserved for club builders who have shown commitments to Accumade club building standards. [... more » ]
Top three teams receive all-expenses-paid trip to Tunica, Miss., for the Championship Shootout at River Bend Links. [... more » ]
While it may not exactly be the Masters, Georgia stages yet another professional tournament this week: The Landings Golf Club Hooters Tour Pro Classic. [... more » ]
Rees Jones designed South Course Opens today in North Stonington, Conn. [... more » ]
Swing-ease Method for Golf provides golfers with real solutions to swing and pain woes. [... more » ]
The Omni in downtown San Francisco charges $45 for valet parking, plus $7 in taxes. Heck, you could feasibly get a room via a travel site for less! [... more » ]
Tiger's back! Tiger's not back! You've heard it at work, you've heard it from the jerky boys on your favorite call-in sports radio show. [... more » ]
Crescent Systems announces its newest club client, Covered Bridge Golf Club in Sellersburg, Ind. [... more » ]