Golf News for Thursday, May 5, 2005
SMT Golf announced that they will be unveiling their long awaited line of irons, wedges, and hybrids at the upcoming Spring ING Conference. [... more » ]
C-Thru Grips to produce NFL grips through Official NFL Licensee McArthur Towel & Sports [... more » ]
Louisville Golf introduces its newest driver - just in time for baby season. [... more » ]
The Champions Tour announces that FedEx Kinko's has extended its title sponsorship of the FedEx Kinko's Classic for three years through 2008. [... more » ]
The Bag Boy Company, a division of Dynamic Brands and a designer and manufacturer of push/pull carts, travel covers and golf bags, announces the hiring of George West as operations manager. [... more » ]
Student-athletes and coaches from 21 colleges and universities, representing 11 countries will compete in the event. [... more » ]
Tickets for the inaugural Women's Senior Tour's BJ's Charity Championship at Granite Links Golf Club at Quarry Hills, outside of Boston, on sale now. [... more » ]
Well, I did have a root canal scheduled for next week. I guess I can cancel that and go with the more painful option: a golf lesson. [... more » ]
I hope all you bitter old hacks still calling for the head of Chris "They're Just Boring" Baldwin because he had the nerve to rip on the Champions Tour will go back to alphabetizing your collection of "Murder, She Wrote" VHS tapes and drop it. [... more » ]
Element 21 Golf Company has signed sales agency agreements with eight new sales representatives for the U.S. and Canadian markets. [... more » ]
Limited spots remain for the "Marketing to the Golf Industry Workshop," sponsored by the Association of Private Clubs and Directors and The BoardRoom magazine. [... more » ]
 
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