Golf News for Thursday, July 21, 2005
Karen Pitts, Etonic's VP of marketing: "By using the GORE-TEX membrane in our high-end shoes, we are able to offer the serious golfer a greater level of confidence in their footwear choice." [... more » ]
Four Seasons Golf Club in Exeter, Pa., managed by Championship Golf Management, signs on to use the Cybergolf e-commerce tools package. [... more » ]
"Joann is simply the absolute best in her field," said Managing Partner Tom O'Meara. "Her work consistently captures the true essence and heart of golf properties." [... more » ]
"I switched equipment this year to Srixon and it's given me added length, which has really helped me on the weekend," Clark said. [... more » ]
Eric Yeh, president of Infiniti Golf said, "We tried to design a driver that could do it all - and I am pleased the independent results bear this out." [... more » ]
Tour Concept dealers offer premium, custom-fitted Grafalloy shafts previously unavailable to the public. These offer top performance to the discriminating golfer. [... more » ]
The most jaded golfer will find something to love in the Antlers at Vail’s “Take Two” package, available through the end of Vail’s 2005 golf season. [... more » ]
"Homeowners at Savanna Lakes will enjoy a quiet, relaxed community, but they’ll be within a few short miles of ... Myrtle Beach," President Mike Wyatt said. [... more » ]
"The Play Golf America Academy is a unique learning opportunity for the entire family to get expert assistance with their game," PGA Director of Instruction Rick Martino said. [... more » ]
Katherine Roberts' "involvement in the company validates the exceptional quality and effectiveness of our fitness products," said GolfGym President Ken Pierce. [... more » ]
Call it Ryder Cup lite if you want, but our record in the Walker Cup over the last eight years is . . . ZIP and Four. We've lost it every way possible, too, writes Ron Mon. [... more » ]
 
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