Golf News for Tuesday, September 13, 2005
"As we enter this new phase of our relationship, our focus is to bring more of the NGCOA membership courses into our Utix Golf Ticket Network," said Tony Roth, President and CEO of Utix. [... more » ]
“The IPA golf outing was a tremendous success raising $50,000 for diabetes research. It is because of companies like IPA that we will find a cure,” said Amy Franze, Executive Director for JDRF. [... more » ]
"The sound of golf is not an easy one to define, but with Dave Matthews Band, we've found the perfect anthem for Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 06," said Steve Schnur, Worldwide Executive of Music and Music Marketing at EA. [... more » ]
“To make that team even better, we needed someone with Jim’s vast experience, especially in terms of overall sales management and branding expertise,” said Executive Vice President/Sales Ian Zubkoff. [... more » ]
“Not only were we able to help raise significant funds for cancer research, we also got to see one of our clients achieve every golfer’s dream!” said Brooks Savage, CEO of The Executive Staffing Group. [... more » ]
“At the JELD-WEN Tradition, Grafalloy Shafts dominated the event with 69 wood shafts in play and was used in a come-from-behind victory at the U.S. Amateur Championship,” said a company release. [... more » ]
Howard Morris, the President of Executive Golf Tours has travelled throughout Asia and North America on official travel trade missions with the British Tourist Authority (BTA) promoting Scotland and the UK as a No. 1 golf destination. [... more » ]
High engine temperatures can permit fuel to get into the air filter box, posing a risk of fire. There have been 12 reports of fire involving these gasoline-powered golf cars. There have been no injuries reported. [... more » ]
Apparently a hangover has hit the golf bloggers of the world today, leaving poor little me to dwell on the fact that Robert Thompson is working on an autobiography of Ron Joyce. I know this because he now mentions it in every post he makes. [... more » ]
Unfortunately, the joy of having a seriously big-ass tee was quickly tapered, as U.S. officials announced that the tee is more than likely a weapon of mass destruction, and that an unprecedented bombing raid has been scheduled. [... more » ]