Golf News for Wednesday, June 1, 2005
"We are very happy to offer Nakashima customers the extra touch of service that we perform regularly for touring pros," Nakashima Vice-President Scott Son said. [... more » ]
The success of the LeaderBoard of Dallas franchise made it's founder, Rob Frnka, confident of it's potential in Fort Worth. [... more » ]
"Our mission is to grow junior golf and create future players, PGA members, and increase the number of rounds played," said Joshua Jacobs, owner/director of TGA. [... more » ]
The new module allows full integration with membership accounts receivable, providing real time information on account preferences, dining minimums and account balances. [... more » ]
Pezzullo served 25 years as head professional at Mission Hills Golf Course in Northbrook, Ill. In 1958, he received the PGA Golf Professional of the Year Award. [... more » ]
OGIO Executive Vice President Harlan Gardiner introduces the new national sales manager, Tom Gocke, previously the director of golf for Bite Footwear. [... more » ]
Jim McIntosh, Tour representative for UST, is pleased to see so many pro players and OEM reps requesting their products. [... more » ]
Publicite Ad Factory Inc. President and CEO Andrew Severs: "All make great gifts, and depending on quantity, may be able to be imprinted for promotional purposes." [... more » ]
It was hard to watch Reid almost break down in tears during his post-win, televised interview, but fascinating considering the guy blew two majors in his PGA career. [... more » ]
Justin Leonard won $100,000 in donations for the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital over two years, for which, Richard Shadyac, CEO of ALSAC expresses his thanks. [... more » ]