Golf News for Tuesday, July 26, 2005
"In our 15 years of broadcasting the Ryder Cup, we have been blessed with some extremely exciting competitions that have led to such dramatic broadcasts," said Dick Ebersol, chairman NBC Universal Sports and Olympics. [... more » ]
"My charge is to increase our brand identity on the retail and consumer level and to show players that Aserta putters will make them better players," Steve Gray said. [... more » ]
Andrew Clemens, Wayzata Bay’s executive vice president of national accounts said, "We look forward to showing these convenient and innovative packs to a wide range of golf-related companies at this year’s show." [... more » ]
"Rifle shafts continue to deliver exceptionally high performance with a one-of-a-kind stepless design," said John Lauchnor, president and CEO of Royal Precision. [... more » ]
The success is continued proof that when endorsement money is taken out of the game, Titleist is an even greater favorite of the future of competitive golf and serious golfers everywhere. [... more » ]
"Having winners on both major tours for two straight weeks shows how valuable and important a piece of equipment the Zero Friction Golf Tee is for golfers," said Mike Herron of Excel Golf Tee, Inc. [... more » ]
If you are looking for a great Northern Michigan getaway experience, consider Antrim Dells Golf Course, a family owned and operated business offering a personal touch, at affordable prices. [... more » ]
“From the back two sets of tees that stretch of holes will challenge your golf skill,” said Harry Bowers, course designer for Signature Design Services and speaking on behalf of Raymond Floyd. [... more » ]
eGolfCar fleet is a new breed of golf cars which competes with companies such as E-Z-GO, Club Car and Yamaha in the golf car industry, with all the technology stuff included. [... more » ]
Here's what runner-up Verplank really meant: "If Crane gets any slower, me and the boys are going to tie him down, put bars of soap in pillow cases, and beat the snot out of him!!!" [... more » ]
I just returned from a golf trip to Ireland, writes blogger Kiel Christianson. In 2002, I traveled the linksland of Scotland and was certain nothing could ever top that experience. Wrong. [... more » ]