Golf News for Friday, July 22, 2005
"We believe we have found a unique niche in the golf industry by partnering with real estate developers," said Douglas White, CEO of Golf Strategies. [... more » ]
"Canada is full of golfing fanatics, who regardless of skill level, appreciate the ultimate golfing experience," said David Ganetsky, president of Golfer's Gallery. [... more » ]
E-mail marketing is the most cost-effective way to stay in touch with your golfers and members informing them about events and specials at your club. [... more » ]
"We know that Montgomery County is the golf capitol of Pennsylvania, so supporting its championship is a natural," said Brian Zwaan, president/C.O.O. of Penn Liberty Bank. [... more » ]
Further proof that Nike Golf is making big footprints in the golf industry is the performance by Justin Leonard, who joined the Nike Golf staff in January. [... more » ]
“We’ve worked closely with Colin to ensure he experiences an absence of discomfort every time he steps onto the course," ECCO golf division GM Per Aagren said. [... more » ]
"We knew that we would have a healthy field of players using Zero Friction Tees at the British Open," said Mike Herron, business development manager for Excel Golf Tee. [... more » ]
"Offering our members the opportunity to expand their professional knowledge is one of the primary missions of our Association," PGA of America President Roger Warren said. [... more » ]
"These exciting new formulas give golfers and outdoor enthusiasts a full range of sun protection products from which to choose," said Proderma CEO Mike Argyelan. [... more » ]
Votaw is set to assume a high-ranking post in the PGA Tour that will essentially make him Commissioner Tim Finchem's right hand, an industry source told TravelGolf.com. [... more » ]