Golf News for Monday, August 1, 2005
"We have been encouraged by the speed with which many of our exhibitors have come back to us and signed up,"said Managing Director Ross Broadstock. "Naturally, we have therefore increased the size of the show." [... more » ]
"Honours Golf has a tremendous reputation," said Billy Cleveland, co-owner of Moore's Mill Club. "Their experience, quality and dedication to service will move Moore's Mill Club to a higher level of excellence." [... more » ]
"Our commitment to the golf course industry will enable them to enjoy the benefits of our focus in developing world class software," said Kirk Jensen, president of Jencess. [... more » ]
"Every good shot begins with what your eyes are able to see and communicate to the brain about the shot," PeakVision Sports CEO and founder Paul Moore said. [... more » ]
Graeme Dawson, director of business development for the International Pairs UK, said: "The addition of this equipment is just another example of St Andrews Bay's focus on customer service." [... more » ]
“FlightScope has been a great tool for us at Oakmont to help our members in the clubfitting process as well as help them with their golf swings,” Bob Ford said. “I only wish I had it 20 years ago.” [... more » ]
Meanwhile, Sophie Gustafson— Ty Votaw’s main squeeze—had a lone second-place finish, and guess who was T3? That’s right. Michelle Wie, writes blogger Jennifer Mario. [... more » ]
Michelle Wie was the one golfer within hailing distance that Jeong Jang did not need to shed one ounce of worry over. For Wie does not win, writes blogger Chris Baldwin. [... more » ]
Wailea Golf Club PGA Professionals Eddie Lee and Tim Mitchell were ranked first and second in Hawaii, respectively, in Golf Digest's newest list of the top golf teachers in the state. [... more » ]