Golf News for Thursday, June 9, 2005
The 2nd Annual Golf Business Forum will be held on the 16th and 17th June 2005 at the Hotel InterContinental Prague. [... more » ]
West Coast Trends President Jeff Herold said: “This is an incredible value, and one that should be taken advantage of.” [... more » ]
Whaley's media savvy in front of the camera has been noticed by many, including Champions Tour and PGA Professional Peter Jacobsen, who is her manager. [... more » ]
The owner of Horsepower Golf, Pat Dempsey, discusses the tour van's launch monitors, CSwing video analysis and on-the-spot loft and lie adjustment of irons and wedges. [... more » ]
Dr. Jim Yeh, president and founder of Alpha Golf, is "confident in being able to continue the trend of dominating long drive competitions with our innovatively designed drivers." [... more » ]
“Nick Price and Craig Schreiner have created a true members club golf course,” said Mike Buccerone, General Manager at the Members Club at Grande Dunes. [... more » ]
John Jakobsen, president and general manager of LEGOLAND California, is excited about the new attraction as "a fun and interactive golfing experience with a LEGO twist.” [... more » ]
"The Gemini Drivers have been rightfully acclaimed the most accurate drivers on the market," states KZG President Jennifer King. [... more » ]
The Floating Green Golf Package includes accommodations in a choice of room categories and two rounds of golf on the award-winning Coeur d'Alene Resort Course. [... more » ]
“We’re very excited that golfers continue to select Circling Raven to play and that our numbers continue to rise,” says Director of Golf David Christenson. [... more » ]
Golfers wouldn't have erectile dysfunction of we just had Paris Hilton ads, writes Rebel Blogger. [... more » ]
The Winter games are light-years better and more compelling anyway since we don't beat everybody like rented donkeys in every event, writes blogger. [... more » ]