Golf News for Tuesday, July 12, 2005
"Our company supports the sport of golf and looks forward to its continued growth and popularity throughout the world," said Gary Kirschke, Toyo Tires' director of advertising [... more » ]
E-mail marketing is the most cost effective way to stay in tough with your golfers and members informing them about events and specials at your club. [... more » ]
"Both Joey and Jim have a tremendous amount of respect for each other and follow each other's seasons," said Bruce E. Layman, head of Star Advertising and Public Relations [... more » ]
In an article written by founder Bill Kostuj, it is revealed that the parameter's foundation is actually traced back to a golfer's pre-swing waggling movement. [... more » ]
Honours Golf CEO Bob Barrett: "FarmLinks ... serves as a 'living laboratory' for the turf care industry and golfers experience some of the latest turf innovations throughout their round." [... more » ]
“For the average golfer, the firmness of [SeaDwarf] will promote better ball/clubface contact thus, more fun and better shots,” Calbot said. [... more » ]
I'll be honest, not all courses get excited by the presence of children. But this week, at least, courses will welcome your girls with open arms, blogger writes. [... more » ]
Blogger: You'd be amazed at how courses will react when faced with a BBB inquiry. [... more » ]
“GCSAA is committed to growing the game and providing the resources that foster the creation of accessible and affordable golf,” said GCSAA CEO Steve Mona. [... more » ]