Golf News for Thursday, September 15, 2005
"We continue to add world class talent that will provide for riveting entertainment during the airing of the seven week MDSO series," said Mike Pagnano, CEO The World Golf League, Inc. [... more » ]
The 111 contestants for the 2005 Westfield Junior PGA Championship consisted of the junior boys' and girls' division champions from each of The PGA of America's 41 sections, as well as special invitees. [... more » ]
¨WDS recommends applying a golf-ball size amount of sunscreen 15 minutes before going outdoors and re-applying every two hours, or every nine holes for golfers,¨ said an event statement. [... more » ]
"Playing for your country is very special but qualifying to represent your continent is truly a tremendous honour," said Asian Tour Chief Executive Louis Martin. [... more » ]
The Lopaka Hawaiian Putter was selected by the lastest issue of Travel and Golf Leisure Magazine as ¨one of the top ten great putters in the nation and the world.¨ [... more » ]
"The Jacket and Jug tie is meant to be a bit more traditional, and it looks like a golf tie because of the repeat of clubs and balls that appear alongside the jackets and jugs," said Stuart Hotchkiss, designer and owner of Capital Ties. [... more » ]
"The putting contest is a great way to warm up for an afternoon on the links or to take a nice break from a long day at the office," said a company release. [... more » ]
Readers said that the book is, in a word, "hilarious." Author J.J. Gowland said, "Golf is a funny game and can teach us all lessons in life, relationships, and business." [... more » ]
It is not easy to distinguish the good, the bad, and the haughty in the golf world. Your local pro might be an ass. The big name might be friendlier than your next-door neighbor. [... more » ]
Calcavecchia was starting to seem like an anachronism, one of those older, also-rans you thought never had a chance of winning on the tour again, playing it safe til he could get on the Senior – excuse me, Champions – tour. [... more » ]
“The golf industry as a whole and GCSAA in particular has a history of benevolence. We feel it is our responsibility to help those affected and the contributions will be significant,” said GCSAA President Tim O’Neill, CGCS. [... more » ]