Golf News for Thursday, July 7, 2005
The Buick Scramble is the world's largest amateur golf tournament open to amateur golfers of all ages and skill levels. [... more » ]
Darrell Kestner and Mike Small both made the cut in their respective events over the weekend. [... more » ]
Hershey Country Club, in its 75th anniversary year will unveil its new clubhouse next summer, part of a comprehensive, $18 million renovation project. [... more » ]
"Personalization is becoming a big part of soft good sales," said President Jeff Herold. “We’re seeing a positive response from both green grass and retail shops." [... more » ]
The Shark could supplant Hale Irwin as the hero of the old fogey tour, if he decides to take a break from his business empire and play regularly, writes blogger Tim McDonald. [... more » ]
Blogger: Blow big bucks at Ebay all for the chance to tote a bag for some Aussie hack - and still have to pay to get yourself to St. Andrews and find a place to stay. Right. [... more » ]
The Casey Martin Award recognizes an individual for his or her courage to pursue a sport of choice despite challenges or barriers. [... more » ]
Once in a lifetime opportunity to caddy at the British Open at St Andrews. [... more » ]
"We have the largest inventory, outstanding brokers, and low prices," said Donald Vaccaro, owner of Hailstorm's parent company, TicketNetwork. [... more » ]