Golf News for Friday, May 13, 2005
Whistler has become known around the world for its unsurpassed skiing, limitless outdoor adventures and charming alpine village. It has great golf too! [... more » ]
The PGA Merchandise Show is one of four leading golf trade shows in PGA Worldwide Golf Exhibitions' global golf portfolio. [... more » ]
Sprint subscribers first to improve golf game through downloadable tones. [... more » ]
UpLink Corporation installed its Course Management System at Canadian Golf and Country Club in Ontario, Canada. [... more » ]
The PGA Tour Superstore golf store in Roswell, Ga., has added two AboutGolf Simulators, bringing its total to eight. [... more » ]
Golf Inc. magazine has named The Bonita Bay Group's David Lucas as one of the most influential golf course developers in the country. [... more » ]
PGA Free Lesson Month is designed to help amateur golfers improve their skills and attract new players to the game. [... more » ]
Being a Midwesterner by birth and a East Coaster by choice most of my life, I always regarded that "But it's a dry heat" line as holding as much truth as a campaign promise. [... more » ]
Bob Thomas knows what’s wrong with golf. According to Thomas, author of Ben Hogan’s Secret, it is not money, time, or access, as most commentators suggest. [... more » ]
To celebrate the return of the Open to St Andrews in July, the tee plaques from the Old Course will be available via online auction in early June. [... more » ]