Golf News for Tuesday, July 19, 2005
Company President Jeff Lindner: "Our customer satisfaction runs higher than 90% so we know we are making a difference in the performance of golfers at all levels." [... more » ]
Bobby Ginn, president and CEO of Ginn Clubs & Resorts: "This is a tremendous opportunity ... to take a serious step toward expanding our commitment to women's golf." [... more » ]
"Golf fans in the Northwest ... will have the opportunity to see another great talent at the Safeway Classic," said Tom Maletis, President of TGFI. [... more » ]
"Now Srixon is able to cater to those golfers who truly require a golf ball that goes the distance but with more feel with each shot," said Richard Stamper, Srixon's president. [... more » ]
Aldila's unique Micro Laminate Technology provides the player enhanced power, consistent flex and precise feel. [... more » ]
"Our itinerary includes some of the most exciting and unique opportunities in the way of pampering, outings, and accommodations," MB Tours Director Mhairi Mackenzie said. [... more » ]
The one-day school will familiarize attendees with state-of-the-art clubmaking and repair skills techniques and relate those techniques to improved customer service. [... more » ]
Retief Goosen had as much chance of catching Tiger as Tom Arnold does of stealing Katie Holmes away from Tom Cruise, writes blogger Chris Baldwin. [... more » ]
Tiger's game is the one that's making golf courses obsolete. Have you ever heard of a course "Jack-proofing?" blogger Jennifer Mario asks. [... more » ]
Signature Golf Group provides construction/design, operational, marketing, and financial management services to golf courses throughout the southeastern United States. [... more » ]
 
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