Golf News for Friday, May 27, 2005
In observance of the U.S. holiday Memorial Day, WorldGolf Wire will not publish on Monday, May 30. Look for the next edition Tuesday, May 31. [... more » ]
Rain doesn't deter Walters, a PGA honorary member and one of the country’s most unique golf trick shot performers, from delivering inspirational messages to the youths. [... more » ]
Vancouver Park Board is reviewing a proposal from Rogers Wireless to install a cell phone tower at Fraserview Golf Course. [... more » ]
“Golfers have helped us raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to create a bright, healthy future for ... children,” said Executive Director Kory Michael Aversa [... more » ]
"We are thrilled that King Solomon's Poker has given its backing to the Ladies' English Open," said David Walls, general manager of Chart Hills Golf Club in Kent. [... more » ]
"We believe high performing and traditional players alike will be able to excel in their game with these irons," says Dr. Jim Yeh, chief engineer and president of Alpha Golf. [... more » ]
The PGA National Ireland at Palmerstown House, Ireland's newest golf course, has opened with the former US President Bill Clinton as its first official member. [... more » ]
Renee Abrams, Pittsburgh Youth Golf Foundation director: “It is tremendous the support we have received from PGA Professionals in the Tri-State Section and from LPGA Professionals." [... more » ]
As my boss Mark Nessmith points out, it's true that I haven't actually gotten around to taking that golf lesson yet, that doesn't mean I haven't been getting valuable guidance. [... more » ]
Tim, if you’re so convinced that new equipment does nothing, go out tomorrow and see how you do with some old hickory-shafted mashies and niblicks. [... more » ]
Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee features all new golfers, courses and wireless gaming. [... more » ]
"Reputable retail websites are very clear about what they're selling. They won't try and mislead you," says Mark Brownlow, owner of Discount Golf Clubs World. [... more » ]