Golf News for Friday, June 10, 2005
Wayne Lin, Tour Golf CEO, noted, "We have created a driver design that will help all levels of golfer achieve optimum launch angles in a large-volume driver." [... more » ]
"The initial reaction from customers about our V1 Putt system has exceeded our expectations", said Gary Palis, Interactive Frontiers VP of Sales. [... more » ]
Company president, Lloyd Bryant, announces 1st Annual Southern California Fall Pro/Am Scramble to be sponsored by Can-Am Golf and Sightseeing Tours Inc [... more » ]
Charlie Robson, executive director of the Metropolitan Section PGA said, "We are excited to be able to bring this emerging technology to our pros." [... more » ]
Two-time U.S. Open champion Andy North has accepted a special exemption to play in the 2005 U.S. Senior Open, the United States Golf Association has announced. [... more » ]
"The only negative of the whole week was my dad wasn't here to share it with me and talk about every shot," Sowards said. [... more » ]
Howard Freshman, director of marketing and promotions at KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO expounds Goodwill's contribution to the community through the Golf Classic. [... more » ]
PGA Golf Club Director of Golf Bud Taylor said, "This is another step in our efforts to promote participation in the game." [... more » ]
The Cardston Lee Creek Valley Golf Course in Alberta, Canada is pleased to announce its Grand Opening on June 24, 2005. [... more » ]
"Putting the second course up on the system was just a matter of entering a code", says Mario Antoci, owner. [... more » ]
It just goes to show that golf course pricing is more fickle than the stock market, writes blogger. [... more » ]
I'm a huge fan of Suzy Whaley, the PGA Pro from Connecticut who ... became the first female PGA member to play in the PGA Club Professional Championship, writes blogger. [... more » ]