Golf News for Monday, June 6, 2005
Matrix Composite Corporation, COO, Daniel You, introduced the new Vice President of Corporate Communications, J.C. Beeson, as a perfect fit in terms of their future growth. [... more » ]
In Hearn's absence, Cal Prins, president and developer of Macatawa Legends, will oversee club operation until a new general manager is named. [... more » ]
The Society's Father's Day campaign is a two-tiered gift program for dads, grandfathers, or for golf lovers - a unique opportunity, according to Steve Cohen, SIS President. [... more » ]
The golf training aid, “SwingSong the Concept,” was invented by Michael Barton, a musician, and features top 10 Master PGA teaching professional, Dr. Gary Wiren. [... more » ]
Director of Golf Tom McGee says junior golfers are the future of the game, and will get "their own rates on all three of our courses and tees of their own on Spruce Run." [... more » ]
A lot of our old Caribbean copy was written by a former editor who seemed to look at the Caribbean with rose-colored glasses and a strong wish to be a public relations hack. [... more » ]
The SATW needs to state its objectives and guidelines more clearly. Requiring travel articles to encourage travel runs in conflict with journalism objectivity. [... more » ]
GCM's design team of Art/Production Manager Roger Billings, Designer Becky Drager and Prepress/Production Specialist Kelly Neis were honored with first-place. [... more » ]
The Golf Privilege Card is a great Father’s Day gift idea that will make any golfer smile and will also help to aid in the fight against lung disease. [... more » ]
Susan Curtin, Executive Director of The New England Golf Course Owners Association, says, "We are committed to making this year's inaugural event a big success." [... more » ]