Golf News for Monday, June 13, 2005
“The benefits come from the patented anatomical design of the gloves,” said Dr. James Kleinert, head of Bionic Research and Development. [... more » ]
The Greater Phoenix Chapter of Minority Interchange, Inc. will again host its annual scholarship and community outreach program fundraiser. [... more » ]
"I am very pleased to present LPGA Playoffs at The ADT and our new brand platform, These Girls Rock," said LPGA Commissioner, Ty M. Votaw. [... more » ]
"These seminars represent an outstanding opportunity for the golf professional to learn about current launch monitor technologies," said Ken Starr, co-owner of Zelocity. [... more » ]
BCG's President Jeff Lindner said, "Tom's consistent performance validates that our technology is not a flash in the pan, but a proven, valued technology." [... more » ]
Grube did "a wonderful job" in Jackson, Miss. as tournament director of the Southern Farm Bureau Classic, said Gene Hallman, president and CEO of Bruno Event Team. [... more » ]
"Of all the specialty golf events, and I’ve done my share of them, the Par-3 Shootout is without a doubt the most entertaining,” Twibell said. [... more » ]
"The response we got on the Futures Tour was amazing," said Mike Tait, President of SMT Golf. [... more » ]
"We have significantly expanded the content we are teaching on the physical side of golf," said Dr. Wright. [... more » ]
Now that it's over, we can call the Booz Allen Classic what it really was, writes blogger. [... more » ]
Annika Rocks...And The Rest of 'Em are Still Better Than You, writes blogger. [... more » ]
Dennis Cone, PCA Worldwide Caddie Foundation President said, "We're really getting the public involved in what we are doing." [... more » ]