Golf News for Wednesday, April 27, 2005
British Columbia's Whistler Golf Club opens for play April 29 and the Nicklaus North Golf Course and The Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club are expected to open by May 6. [... more » ]
Callaway Golf Company announces consolidated net sales for the quarter of $299.9 million and net income of $18.4 million. [... more » ]
Cleveland Golf is pleased to announce that Todd Harman has been promoted to vice president of product marketing, effective immediately. [... more » ]
Jason Straka has been elected an associate member of the American Society of Golf Course Architects. [... more » ]
Former Southern Ohio PGA director will help to foster player development programs. [... more » ]
The 66th Senior PGA Championship will be played May 26-29, at Laurel Valley Golf Club in Ligonier, Pa. [... more » ]
Inside Golf will document the Philadelphia PGA Section's 2005 season, incorporating footage to be broadcast in November on Comcast SportsNet. [... more » ]
Sonartec Golf's Md Hybrid Transition Club was the winner among hybrids as the "Tester's Top Choice" in Golf Magazine's annual club test. [... more » ]
SMT Golf's Babylon driver made its LPGA Tour debut at the Takefugi Classic. [... more » ]
Retief Goosen has officially broken my heart in decrying sponsor exemptions from PGA Tour events for women. [... more » ]
You hear these self-righteous blowhards like Jim Nantz blasting Daly because he didn’t warm up. He warmed up – he had a smoke and a joke. [... more » ]
 
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