Golf News for Friday, June 3, 2005
"We have taken our most advanced technologies and produced the highest-quality shaft in golf today," says Shawn Mullin, PGA Tour manager for UST. [... more » ]
Peter Dejak, partner in Signet Golf Associates announces, "We're pleased to be able to showcase the great work Nicklaus Design did at Woodside Plantation." [... more » ]
Tom Brown, president of Signature Special Event Services announced the agreement with the PGA of America is being extended through 2009. [... more » ]
Just another quiet weekend in the life of the traveling golf entertainer known as the 'Trick Shot Master,' Peter Johncke. [... more » ]
"Rae has always been a catalyst for forging alliances with the LPGA," said Patti Benson, national president of the LPGA T&CP membership. [... more » ]
"I think the equipment change that I made is starting to show. I can't say enough about Nike, playing the golf ball, the Nike One Platinum," Leonard said. [... more » ]
22-year-old Ohio State golfer, Kevin Hall, deaf since the age of two, is due to be profiled on This Week PGA TOUR Sunday. [... more » ]
The new equipment's not about improving your score. So passe. It's all about gaining a little edge in the status department, blogger writes. [... more » ]
Gary Kelly, co-owner of Dateagolfer.com: "We want to create a safe and dynamic online community where people come to share their passion of golf." [... more » ]
 
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