Golf News for Thursday, May 26, 2005
Innovex Golf seeks to partner with one retailer per area code in the U.S. to carry the System RLS Fairway Woods and other products, said President Kevin Downey. [... more » ]
The three-day trade fair at the New Munich Trade Fair Centre, will feature a unique presentation platform, a putting green and an original Scottish “pot” bunker. [... more » ]
The PGA of Germany is inviting more than 1,000 golf professionals from across the world to attend the 7th PGAs of Europe Teaching & Coaching Conference. [... more » ]
"We recognized early on that it’s the unified efforts of many that fuel the success of Play Golf America," said Northern California PGA President Mike Mazzaferri. [... more » ]
Unlike other events you attend throughout the year, this is not a trade show. This workshop provides two days of education designed to help your businesses prosper. [... more » ]
LPGA Commissioner Ty Votaw believes Ayako Okamoto's playing record, both internationally and on the LPGA Tour, make her eminently qualified for the honor. [... more » ]
"The choice of venue in Spain is indicative of the quality which runs through the International Pairs," said Graeme Dawson, director of business development. [... more » ]
The three-day, 54-hole tournament consists of stroke play competition and is one of two major championships for LPGA T&CP members. [... more » ]
John Nakashima: "It took us some time to release our new 460cc NP-1, because it had to meet or exceed the world beating performance of our current NP-1 line of drivers." [... more » ]
Dan Tilton, VP of Pride Sports said: "The use of oversize tees is commonplace at both the amateur and professional levels, as ... golf instructors have become strong proponents of teeing the ball up higher." [... more » ]
Despite all the new innovations that will add mega-yards and incredible accuracy, the average score for the average golfer still stands at around 100, as it has for decades. [... more » ]
Blaise Lewark and Graham Ledger on Golf Central USA do a great job of covering all aspects of the game. [... more » ]