Golf News for Monday, June 20, 2005
"Partnerships are vital to The First Tee's growth and success," said Joe Louis Barrow, Jr., The First Tee executive director. [... more » ]
The series culminates at the annual Nelson Mandela Invitational, South Africa’s premier charity golf event held at the exclusive Arabella Estate near Cape Town. [... more » ]
Crampton has a fine record within Lincolnshire, where he has been county champion four times. [... more » ]
Golf For Women Vice President/Editor-In-Chief Susan Reed approves of PGA Golf Club's North Course's women-friendly yardages, design and excellent pro shop, [... more » ]
Larry Bodle, founder and former CEO of UST, stated "This shaft is unique and very user friendly enabling the custom club fitter to help golfers improve their results." [... more » ]
"The TM Series drivers are tour professional models that meet a wide variety of player needs," says Mike Matheny, president and CEO of Eastern Golf Company. [... more » ]
"Every week we have 8 to 10 Tour players approach us and ask to try our sunglasses, this week was no different," said Steve Asman, President of Innoventions Enterprises. [... more » ]
Company President Eric Yeh said, "We feel the USO is a touch of home for those men and women defending our freedom around the globe." [... more » ]
Goosen is done as a major player. He already stood as golf's version of clay court specialist, capable of winning one major only: The U.S. Open, writes blogger. [... more » ]
I didn't enjoy seeing Retief Goosen implode, or the fat guy, but I LOVED seeing Michael Campbell mop up the floor with Tiger Woods, writes blogger. [... more » ]