Golf News for Wednesday, July 20, 2005
Woods has collected 170 PGA Player of the Year points based on victories in the Buick Invitational, Ford Championship at Doral, Masters and British Open. [... more » ]
Analysis of America's 330 metro areas finds Alabama's Auburn-Opelika the most golfer friendly; Jersey City and N.Y.C. again bottom out on list. [... more » ]
Operated by the father-and-son team of Charlie and Nathan Updegraff, Golf Headquarters now provides state-of-the-art clubfitting technology. [... more » ]
"AccuFLEX is a young, aggressive company and they're on the cutting edge of technology," said Joe Wieczorek, director of client development for The Media Group. [... more » ]
The PGA Grand Slam of Golf brings together the winners of the year's four major Championships. The event will be played Nov. 22-23 in Kauai, Hawaii. [... more » ]
Former New York Yankee to be honored as part of the eighth annual National Father & Son Team Classic, which takes place in Myrtle Beach, S.C. July 21-23. [... more » ]
"The incredible staying power of the Proforce graphite shaft on Tour is a real testament to ... UST engineering," said Shawn Mullin, PGA Tour representative for UST. [... more » ]
"It is an honor to receive such high marks from Golf World in the UK for the second straight year," said Sonartec Vice President of Sales Bob Gotfredson. [... more » ]
"The economic impact can be made much worse if potential customers think there is damage when there isn't," said the Mississippi Gulf Coast Golf Association's Kevin Drum. [... more » ]
"Let's not start mythicizing Hank Haney now either," writes Chris Baldwin in his golf blog. "Oh wait, too late. It's already begun on a sports page near you." [... more » ]