Golf News for Thursday, July 28, 2005
"We congratulate Tom on a great ... victory," Adams Golf CEO Chip Brewer said. "Tom continues to do extremely well at this event and links golf in general. We are glad to be a part of his team." [... more » ]
“The exhibition ... was very exciting, and it was rewarding to see Rifle’s consistency and accuracy showcased in a prime time event," said Royal Precision CEO John Lauchnor. [... more » ]
"Graphite shafts provide golfers with the ability to hit better iron shots, and this parallels Graphite Design's research, design and manufacturing strengths," said Akio Karashima, president of GDI. [... more » ]
Bohn's win marks the 15th official PGA Tour victory for Titleist players this year, more than all other golf balls combined. Titleist topped the golf ball count with 96 players. [... more » ]
"With a price point not dependant on the number of bookings, not only is this service affordable, it will certainly increase our bottom line," said Ted Stonehouse, general manager of the Bell Bay Golf Club. [... more » ]
Calabria "is highly knowledgeable in the game of golf and in what discerning players are looking for in their golfing and golf club experiences," said Aubrey Ferrao, president and CEO of Gulf Bay Group of Companies. [... more » ]
"My goal is to develop partnerships with the best retailers and club builders in the world by offering the highest quality and most innovative designs the industry has seen," Hatfield said. [... more » ]
"We help business executives play socially acceptable golf," said Marc Solomon, creator of Golf Made Simple. "Executives don’t want to struggle on the golf course in front of their colleagues." [... more » ]
Rick Sheppard, president of Devant Sport Towels, said: "Supporting our customers is essential, and we are excited to incorporate both the 2005 and 2006 PGA Championship collections into our portfolio of products." [... more » ]
There are already enough slow golfers, and I'm convinced most of them have visited my local muni at some point, writes blogger Doug Carey. [... more » ]
Where else but in heat hell can you play a Pete Dye course for $13.50? That's the rate the Karsten Golf Course is charging after noon, writes blogger Chris Baldwin. [... more » ]