Golf News for Friday, June 17, 2005
The Diamond Drop Motif can be used in place of embroidery or in combination with embroidery. [... more » ]
"I'm a low-ball hitter, so I hope that I can be able to deal with the wind," said defending Champion Bob Sowards, PGA director of golf at The Golf Centre of Dublin (Ohio). [... more » ]
The Philip Rowland Memorial / Any Length Golf Classic is a golf tournament to raise funds for Any Length Recovery Community. [... more » ]
"I am rolling the lights out with my STX Putter and my game is as solid as it has ever been. I am expecting good things for the rest of the year," says Tee McCabe. [... more » ]
Centex Homes Myrtle Beach Division has introduced Berkshire Forest, a new community that will offer villas, townhomes, and single-family homes designed to meet any lifestyle. [... more » ]
"Helping people to better enjoy the game is a very important part of my job," said Brad Redding, director of instruction for Myrtle Beach's Grande Dunes Golf Academy. [... more » ]
We saw lots of bogeys, and unfortunately, only one birdie in the three hours we sat there, writes blogger. [... more » ]
One tournament a year tries to keep things around par and these guys just can't stand it. Get over it and hit your shots, writes blogger Chris Baldwin. [... more » ]
“We’re happy to welcome the 2005 PROFIT 100 winners to the most prestigious group of entrepreneurial business in Canada,” says Ian Portsmouth, Editor of PROFIT. [... more » ]
"This $42 million fundraising program has grown entirely from the work of volunteers,” says Suzanne Fountain, director of the Jimmy Fund. [... more » ]