Golf News for Monday, August 22, 2005
"Our plans of returning Wilson Staff to a global, premium golf brand are still in the early stages and we have not changed them," said Wilson Golf Global Business Director Angus Moir. [... more » ]
Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 2005 challenges you to take on the man who has changed golf forever -- Tiger Woods, and is now available for Macs. [... more » ]
"Proceeds will ... help us to donate equipment, pharmaceuticals and other supplies that are desperately needed in the facilities where our volunteers work," said Dr. Stephen S. Carryl, OMAT president. [... more » ]
"We are proud to celebrate our 35th anniversary with event veterans as well as newcomers to the Golf & Tennis Challenge," says Johnny Graves, president of Black Enterprise Unlimited. [... more » ]
"Sophisticated golfers want to do more than golf when they travel, and that's the insight Golf Living will offer," said editor-in-chief George Fuller. "It's all about the quality of the experience." [... more » ]
"No matter what level of player you are, these wedges will help you get up and down on a more consistent basis," said Greg Hopkins, president/CEO of Cleveland Golf. [... more » ]
"The 30/30 Windwear program was designed to be a tool for our pro accounts to provide tournament and corporate businesses additional variety" said Rick Gielow, VP of sales and marketing. [... more » ]
"Club Car is delighted once again to be part of the tradition and excitement of the Ryder Cup,” said Club Car president and CEO Phil Tralies. [... more » ]
Down in Texas, Kinky "Why the Hell Not" Friedman is running for governor and Bogey McDuff tells us about how Willie Nelson is raising money for Kinky's quest. [... more » ]
PR people and tourist books love to recommend the Cheeky Monkey. This place has been around since 1997 and maybe it was cutting edge at one point. Now, it's just living off its hype. [... more » ]
 
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