Golf News for Wednesday, May 18, 2005
Aubrey Ferrao, president of the Gulf Bay Group of Companies, has unveiled plans to construct a clubhouse that would become one of the finest golf facilities in the world. [... more » ]
Golf novelty product manufacturer, Rite Clicks, LLC has created a unique package of tournament tee prizes at low prices, generating extra proceeds for charity organizations. [... more » ]
"SmartSwing’s technology and marketing strength provide the perfect compliment to our success with the XLR8R and the Tour Tempo Tones," says John Novosel. [... more » ]
Moreno Valley Ranch Golf Club, located in southern California's Moreno Valley, is the latest addition to Crescent Systems' client list, having completed installation last week. [... more » ]
FlightScope by EDH Sport, a premier ball-flight monitor, now is being used by Fujikura, the #1 graphite shaft on the PGA Tour for the past four years. [... more » ]
Tour Edge is returning to the PGA Tour this year with the new Exotics Combo-Brazing Fairway Wood and the hiring of veteran tour representative, Andy Harris. [... more » ]
The English Golf Union (EGU) and English Ladies' Golf Association's (ELGA) report over 150 golf clubs in England offering free taster sessions to beginners of any age. [... more » ]
SI.com's Seth Davis has asked his employers to cancel the magazine's Sportsman of the Year search in Annika Sorenstam's favor, who has yet to dominate a regular cover. [... more » ]
Crescent Systems announces Saddle Creek Golf Clubs' addition of fine dining to their suite of products. [... more » ]
 
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