Golf News for Monday, May 16, 2005
The program, for women 14 and older, is designed to make learning and playing golf fun in a women-friendly environment. [... more » ]
PGA Free Lesson Month marks its eighth consecutive year, as golfers across the country receive that special touch-up to their game from PGA Professionals. [... more » ]
SMT Golf congratulates Davyn Nola and Sepp Steffany on their recent victories in the RE/MAX Long Drive Championships in Queenstown, New Zealand. [... more » ]
U.S. Solheim Cup team captain Nancy Lopez names Rosie Jones as her assistant captain for the 2005 Solheim Cup, Sept. 9-11, at Crooked Stick Country Club in Carmel, Ind. [... more » ]
TaylorMade Golf Company introduces the Monza Corza, a large, mallet-style addition to the Monza line of putters. [... more » ]
The Mitchell Golf Equipment Institute’s training schools have become more popular since moving to Orange County National Golf Center & Lodge in Orlando, Florida. [... more » ]
90 students, representing 31 states, who graduated from the latest PGA Professional Golf Management Program, were honored in a ceremony at PGA Country Club. [... more » ]
Ron Garl has 16 courses listed in Golf Week's list of "America's best golf courses" and was named "Golf Designer of the Year" by the International Network of Golf in 1996. [... more » ]
Today was Demo Day at my club. It’s like a free-for-all at the toy store. [... more » ]
John Novosel announces that Tour Tempo has selected SmartSwing as a strategic partner for the company's products and services. [... more » ]