Golf News for Tuesday, August 16, 2005
"The exciting part about this project with Titleist is that we will reach the serious golfer with a product system that exceeds performance expectations," said UST Vice-President Dan Rahrig. [... more » ]
"I get excited when our (research and development) team comes out with something that'll help people who struggle enjoy the game a little more," said Greg Hopkins, President/ CEO of Cleveland Golf. [... more » ]
"Just as our golf balls and golf clubs are Tour-caliber, so are our putters -- with LPGA Tour professional Karrie Webb using the P-513 en-route to her victory in the ANZ Ladies Masters," said Srixon President Richard Stamper. [... more » ]
Cybergolf websites can make the difference in someone booking a round, membership or event at your facility or moving on to the next course. [... more » ]
"A system like this for finding lost golf balls has been a dream of inventors for a long time but only RadarGolf has succeeded," said Richard Thalheimer, founder and CEO of The Sharper Image. [... more » ]
With the leaves changing and perfect temperatures for golf, fall is a great time to visit Austin, Texas! Barton Creek Resort & Spa invites you to experience the "Golf Capital of Texas" to the fullest. [... more » ]
Greywalls was created by Mike DeVries, who has designed such award-winning Michigan layouts as the Kingsley Club near Traverse City and Pilgrims Run near Grand Rapids. [... more » ]
"Our goal is to create 18 distinctively different holes so our guests will come away remembering each hole," said Rowland Thomas, one of the owners of Classic Golf Group. [... more » ]
"This innovative new product will help many golfers improve their game by allowing them to practice shots out of the rough" said Sue Grover, Club Champ VP of sales. [... more » ]
“The Solheim Cup is the ideal showcase for the ECCO brand as it brings together elite players from Europe and the U.S.,” said Per Aagren, general manager of ECCO’s golf division. [... more » ]
I spent the last six weeks on a Bob Geldof-sponsored mission to the Congo Basin in Africa, teaching the indigenous people the skills they need to become successful golf bloggers. [... more » ]
For Chris Baldwin, the shame of picking Lefty to lose is easier to take knowing that, as George, one of TravelGolf.com's more perceptive readers, noted, he's a guaranteed future Power Ball winner. [... more » ]