Golf News for Tuesday, August 30, 2005
"We have been in continuous operation for more than 20 years. The new Tour Golf Fitting Center is a testimonial to our longevity and consistent customer service," said CEO Wayne Lin. [... more » ]
Weitz Golf also has completed the Palmer-designed Prospector course and Tom Doak-designed Tumble Creek course within the burgeoning Suncadia Resort development. [... more » ]
The World Golf Congress offers an economic network where international topics are dealt with in a highly exclusive way. Essential components for setting market goals will be discussed. [... more » ]
The Golf Course Superintendents Association of America National Championship and Golf Classic are held in conjunction with the GCSAA Education Conference and Golf Industry Show in New Orleans. [... more » ]
"One-by-one (key industry leaders) continue to join the subscriber base and add to the lively discussion on a wide range of issues," said President Jim Koppenhaver. [... more » ]
"We are making it easier for golfers to travel to St Andrews safe in the knowledge their Old Course tee times are already secured," said Managing Director Robin Dugmore. [... more » ]
“Bear Paw Ridge homesites present long range mountain views ... which were not available in the earlier offerings," said Pete Calabro, president of Habersham Investment & Development Corp. [... more » ]
So, Syken, what is it!? Is the neo-young Tiger doing it the right way, or the wrong way? After reading your blog I damn sure can't tell. Way to leave us hanging, bro. [... more » ]
Cheap Bastard: With Hurricane Katrina wreaking havoc throughout the South, now would be a good time for us to support a group with a much higher purpose than just saving a few bucks. [... more » ]
The Darrell Armstrong Foundation for Premature Babies will host the sixth annual fundraising weekend Sept. 10-12 in Celebration, Fla. Participants include Pat Garrity, Ben Wallace and P.J. Brown. [... more » ]