Golf News for Thursday, August 11, 2005
"It will be interesting to see how this great field compares in its scoring to that of more recent Open Championships (1980 and 1993) we have hosted," Baltusrol Head Professional Doug Steffen said. [... more » ]
Affordable, effective and supported by a dedicated staff, Golfer's Guide Marketing Solutions is the answer for golf courses looking to improve their Internet presence. [... more » ]
"Our golfers ... love the fact that they are able to shave off at least 15 to 20 minutes off their round with the UpLink system," said Jesse Horner, head professional at Olde Stonewall. [... more » ]
Rick Martino will deliver live analysis of play during the Championship through, The PGA of America's Official Web site, and Hank Johnson will be featured on the TNT Network throughout the Championship. [... more » ]
"The performance built into the Nakashima NX-1 Utility Woods will set the new standard for this product segment of the golf industry," Nakashima President John Nakashima said. [... more » ]
Titleist topped the golf ball count with 95 players, five times more than the nearest competitor with 19. Titleist also was the field favorite in the iron, utility iron, wedge and putter categories. [... more » ]
"Overall, it was another great week for Zero Friction," said Mike Herron, of Excel Golf Tee. "That should tell golfers that the Zero Friction is the golf tee they should be using." [... more » ]
"This is the first year we've had representation on the Futures Tour and to have these many players put our equipment into play is simply unheard of," said Mike Tait, president of SMT Golf. [... more » ]
Designed by Ed Shearon, Vineyard Golf opened for play in October 2004 and was named by Travel and Leisure Golf magazine as one of the “30 best new courses in the world for 2004.” [... more » ]
Little wonder no European has won this tournament in 75 years. Hey, get off the porch if you can't run with the big dogs, writes blogger Tim McDonald. [... more » ]
Don't Morgan Pressel's comments in SI about Michelle Wie read a lot like those of a certain brilliant blogger? It's official. Pressel is the smartest 17-year-old on the planet. [... more » ]