Golf News for Wednesday, September 14, 2005
The 23rd PGA Grand Slam of Golf is televised on TNT, Tues., Nov. 22, 2005, from 6-10 p.m. EST; and Wed., Nov. 23, 2005, from 7-10 p.m. EST. [... more » ]
"It is important for us to continue building brand awareness and create interest in the E21 lineup of groundbreaking clubs," said Dr. Nataliya Hearn, president and CEO. [... more » ]
"Previously, we indicated two markets for the first application of our technology -- golf carts and utility vehicles. By no means are these our only markets to consider," said Mr. York. [... more » ]
The Hero Honda Open South forms the second leg of the Southern Swing of the Amby Valley PGAI Tour 2005-06 season and is one of the most-favoured stops on the Tour. [... more » ]
“It’s just the latest chapter in Pellucid’s unrelenting focus on helping clients make better-informed decisions to improve their results in a tough macro golf economy,” said president Jim Koppenhaver. [... more » ]
“Jeff has a proven track record for providing quality golf experiences at resorts and private clubs nationwide," said Wild Dunes Resort Vice President and Managing Director, Terri Haack. [... more » ]
"The impact of Hurricane Katrina on the people of the Gulf Coast region has been devastating," stated Thomas J. Hutchison III, chief executive officer of CNL Hotels & Resorts. [... more » ]
The most luxurious train in the world introduces new nine-day luxury Cape to Pretoria golf safari. The locomotive will carry a maximum of 72 passengers in 36 superbly appointed suites. [... more » ]
So if anyone can appreciate the idea of Beth Daniel as a good example for young players, it's me. Still, I'm not buying this argument that she helped push the Solheim Cup team to victory by being a Buddha Loser. [... more » ]
Since the tiny, island nation of Canada welcomed home Weir after winning the 2003 Masters, he has become the lifeblood of the sport, writes blogger William K. Wolfrum. [... more » ]
"The event is being marketed as the 'un-golf golf outing' to encourage business professionals who may not be avid golfers to participate," said a foundation spokesperson. [... more » ]
“We’re thrilled that the combined efforts of ECCO, the public and the world’s best female golfers can help alleviate the hardship this natural disaster has caused,” said Jeff Street, GM of ECCO USA. [... more » ]
“The decision of the WGAI to launch a full fledged professional Tour for India’s women golfers is an excellent step in popularizing the sport of golf in India,” said Khanna Arvind Khanna, President of PGAI. [... more » ]