Golf News for Monday, July 25, 2005
"I wouldn't have chosen this level of involvement if Tahoe Mountain Club weren't such a extraordinary club development," said Peter Jacobsen. [... more » ]
"We're extremely pleased that our design efforts at Twin Creeks have been recognized by a publication of Golfweek's caliber," said Brian Curley, a principal in Schmidt-Curley Golf Design. [... more » ]
“We are delighted to be able to offer these new services and we believe the cost savings for our members will be substantial,” said NGF President Joe Beditz. [... more » ]
"Tiger's victory at the British Open ... makes his appearance at the 87th PGA Championship truly historical," said Andy Bush, tournament director. [... more » ]
In all, viewers in a total of 30 nations globally will get to watch golf's biggest hitters battle for world bragging rights at The Palms GC in scenic Mesquite, Nev. [... more » ]
Scott Parker with GSI said, "It’s just the perfect bristle tee for the avid golfer that has real results. Our phone-ordering center has indicated high call volumes after each commercial spot." [... more » ]
In her new role, real estate sales executive Debbie Green is responsible for generating on site sales, as well as providing customer service throughout the sales and building process. [... more » ]
PCS Executive Technical Director Bob Dodds and PCS Advanced Professional "Class A" Clubmakers Jerry Hoefling, Sr. and Les Moore will be the instructors at the one-day Clubmaking and Repair Skills Training School. [... more » ]
Beverly Fergusson was the LPGA Northeast Section Teacher of the Year and a Past President of the Northeast Section of the LPGA Teaching & Club Professional Membership. [... more » ]
Thumbs down to SI’s Frank Deford. Tim McDonald might be buying his line about Michelle “playing with her own kind,” but I’m sorry, it’s just a ridiculous argument, writes blogger Jennifer Mario. [... more » ]
Ty Votaw's apparent defection to the PGA Tour doesn't do any good for the LPGA's credibility. Votaw wisely wants to join the ranks of the Big Leagues, writes the Rebel Blogger. [... more » ]
"These tee plaques have borne witness to some fantastic golfing moments over the years," said Alan McGregor, general manager of St Andrews Links Trust. "There were clearly many golf fans who wanted their own piece of history. [... more » ]