Golf News for Thursday, August 25, 2005
"This distinctive green shaft has become well known as Aldila’s trademarksaid Mike Rossi, VP of sales and marketing of Aldila. "We intend to take all necessary and appropriate actions to protect our exclusive rights to this color." [... more » ]
"Westminster Hotel was extremely proud to be a patron of the 87th Annual PGA Championship. We did not take our involvement with this historic event lightly," said Michael Polese, the hotel's GM. [... more » ]
"This ... will go far to support the evolution of the program by reviewing accomplishments that are of vital interest to all PGA Professionals and their employers," said PGA President Roger Warren. [... more » ]
In addition, Volkswagen of America, Inc. will sponsor the Full Throttle Long Drive Competition on Sept. 8, following the first round of practice for the tournament. [... more » ]
Mark J. Woodward, golf operations manager for the City of San Diego, is retiring from The Golf Course Superintendents Association of America board of directors after serving the last year as immediate past president. [... more » ]
Ten spots were based on performances in the majors this year and although Donald, third in the Masters, finished only 15th, a number of players are thought to be turning down their invitations. [... more » ]
"It's an honor to win the medal, but what matters most is the match play. This tournament is all about match play. I'm happier that I'm just playing well and I feel confident," said James Lepp. [... more » ]
“Akira Products has set the bar extremely high with its new ADR Ladies Series,” said Mike Matheny, president of Eastern Golf Company. [... more » ]
What Lefty really needs is a sports psychologist not a fitness guru. John Smoltz of the Atlanta Braves is a pitcher for the ages who settled down after spending some time on the couch. [... more » ]
Thus far Florida has a commanding lead over Alabama in the Great Barbecue Wars, writes blogger Tim McDonald. But it's only the first quarter - plenty of barbecue to come. [... more » ]
"Ralph has made a huge contribution to golf, and we’re extremely proud of his induction to the Ohio Golf Hall of Fame," said Mark McCormick, CEO of The GolfWorks. [... more » ]