Golf News for Friday, July 15, 2005
Horsepower Golf owner Pat Dempsey: "The most unique feature of these irons is that they are considered high-end, yet we've made them available at a low, affordable price." [... more » ]
What sets Nickent apart from the rest is that it is accomplishing this without a single staff or compensated player on either Tour. [... more » ]
"We're extremely pleased to announce this new marketing relationship with the leading company in the waste management industry," said Tom Wade, the PGA Tour's chief marketing officer. [... more » ]
Heieck has spearheaded the Foundation's Youth on Course which is designed to allow every junior in a structured program to become a full NCGA member for only $2. [... more » ]
Sporting Nike Golf apparel, Gore shot a 4-under-par final round score of 68 using Nike Golf's Pro Combo Tour irons, which emphasize forgiveness, feel and accuracy. [... more » ]
The 22nd annual World Amateur Handicap Championship will be held Aug. 9-Sept. 2 in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The former San Francisco 49er will emcee the closing ceremonies. [... more » ]
Lee Schmidt said, "Playing this course is what it would feel like if you just happened upon a golf course carved out of nature. It's that pure." [... more » ]
The PGA Professional Golf Management program has produced 1,956 graduates from the U.S., Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. [... more » ]
Blogger: Golf has been played for 500 years at St. Andrews -- will somebody please come out and say technology has made the Old Course obsolete? [... more » ]