Golf News for Thursday, September 1, 2005
"The hybrid category has grown astronomically on the tours in the last year, almost to the point of being considered as important as your driver!" said Nickent Director of Marketing Jon Claffey. [... more » ]
“Consistency, accuracy and performance are the main reasons why three of the world’s top five players prefer Rifle," said John Lauchnor, president and CEO of Royal Precision. [... more » ]
"The IROD Hybrid shafts are specifically designed to maximize the performance of hybrid-designed clubs, such as the Sonartec MD or the TaylorMade Rescue," Shawn Mullin, PGA Tour representative for UST. [... more » ]
"My heart is very close to and passionate about the golf industry. I see an incredible opportunity with Jencess," said Barre de Groot, Jencess sales and support manager for southern Europe. [... more » ]
"Kaua'i's resorts and golf courses offer tremendous rates and experiences when considering the quality and the island's many other options and allure," said Sue Kanoho, executive director of the KVB. [... more » ]
The Shox system features lower and more elongated-shaped Shox columns compared to the Shox in running. This variation provides optimum stability and comfort specifically for golf. [... more » ]
Orange County National Golf Center & Lodge in Orlando, Fla. is making an effort to raise $40,000 for victims of Hurricane Katrina by Labor Day. Golfers get a great deal to boot, writes the Cheap Bastard. [... more » ]
Imagine the American Ryder Cup captain trying to fiddle with the schedules of American players. It tells you a lot about the way the two respective teams approach the Ryder Cup Matches. [... more » ]
Shri. Arvind Khanna – President-PGAI also announced the launch of the National Golf Development Programme titled ‘Indian Golf Vision 2020’, which will aim at producing champions for the future. [... more » ]
 
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