Golf News for Tuesday, May 17, 2005
With more than 50,000 rounds played, "everything has far exceeded our expectations," says Dave Scott, director of golf at Shingle Creek Golf Club. [... more » ]
PGA and LPGA teaching professionals will conduct free golf mini-lessons throughout the day at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex May 20. [... more » ]
FlightScope by EDH Sport ball-flight monitor is now being used by Fujikura, maker of graphite shafts. [... more » ]
Traditions Golf Club in Hebron is the 15th premier golf management facility to sign on to use Cybergolf's e-package. [... more » ]
Brush-T announces that defective Brush-Ts from Series I have entered into the marketplace and have initiated a consumer exchange program. [... more » ]
CEO & President Nataliya Hearn says company will introduce Scandium, the 21st element of the periodic table, at the upcoming Spring ING Conference. [... more » ]
The Covert Cooler brings your drink of choice to the golf course, discreetly hiding snacks, sodas, water and beer in the shoe pocket of your golf bag. [... more » ]
Meeting Brian Silva and playing his courses just confirmed my belief and galvanized my love of advanced golf course design concepts. [... more » ]
An avid collector of scorecards from around the world is hoping people will mail him scorecards from their local club/s. Spread the word! [... more » ]
India Tourism together with Celebrity Tours presents the "India Golf and Fishing Programmes of Celebrity Tours." [... more » ]
 
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