Golf News for Tuesday, August 23, 2005
The victory is the seventh of the year for the Nike Golf Ignite driver and the Nike Golf One ball on the PGA Tour, no other driver-ball combination has won more. [... more » ]
John Bolt, the owner and founder of, has made it his goal to help all golfers get the proper apparel information they need to look their best on and off the course. [... more » ]
The Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate is home to two Greg Norman-designed golf courses as well as the world headquarters of the prestigious David Leadbetter Golf Academy. [... more » ]
Improvements in materials technology have made a significant impact on sporting performance in recent years, especially in golf and Materials in sports equipment presents the latest research [... more » ]
"The dramatic evolution of Pellucid’s products and services over the past two years made a complete redesign a necessity rather than a luxury," said Pellucid President Jim Koppenhaver. [... more » ]
"Women make up about a quarter of all golfers, and more than 40 percent of new golfers. Bloomingdale's is proud to partner with the Chamber," said Gaby Reims of Bloomingdales. [... more » ]
"We are honored to be hosting this prestigious event again this year. Panther’s Run and Tiger’s Eye are both challenging and beautiful," said Philippe Bureau, Ocean Ridge's director of golf. [... more » ]
“The Golf Safari is a chance to promote foreign investment and exchange between touring visitors while visiting Kenya, said Malvin Whitfield, Founder of the Whitfield Foundation. [... more » ]
Here’s my idea: For Tour events, don’t lengthen the courses, just shorten the pars. We’re already seeing 500+ yard par 4s. Good! More of that. No one says par has to be 72, 71, or 70. [... more » ]
In 1997, there wasn’t a single Korean on the LPGA. Now there are 26. What has happened to the daughters of the Land of the Morning Calm in the last eight years to create this international phenomenon? [... more » ]