Golf News for Friday, September 16, 2005
"By using clubs with the E21 ShockBlok technology we found that vibration is reduced and the fatigue and inflammation in the forearm is reduced as well," said Dr. Jay French and Dr. Al Pinzon. [... more » ]
"I admit I was a little worried after I bogeyed the first hole, but I calmed down and started making the shots I needed to make," said the 24 year-old Alena Sharp. [... more » ]
“The new Rifle Spinner Graphite shaft mirrors the performance characteristics of the Rifle steel shafts exactly,” said Terry Koehler, president of Eidolon Golf and former Ben Hogan Golf executive. [... more » ]
"Utilizing a "Balanced Inertia Concept" they were able to optimize the bulge and roll characteristics and produced a club head that brings the ball back to the target line," said a company statement. [... more » ]
“The golf swing mechanic breaks the swing down into tiny little bits and pieces and then expects a beginner or high handicapper to be able to put all the pieces back together,” said Ben Throckmorton. [... more » ]
"A newly patented golf club putter holder has been launched in the market place, that will revolutionize the way putters and wedges are stored within a golf bag," said a company statement. [... more » ]
I just sold my soul for a chance at a new driver.Well, maybe not my soul, exactly, but my address, phone number, and email. If they’d asked for my social security number and mother’s maiden name I probably would’ve handed them over too. [... more » ]
It appears course managers want to add more distance, while players like Mark O'Meara just think many courses need to be made more difficult for the pros. [... more » ]
This charity golf outing will feature a wide array of fabulous prizes, including lodging for semi-finalist winners at the all-new Kalahari Indoor Waterpark Resort. [... more » ]
Over 25 years, the tournament has raised upwards of $2.5 million for charities like the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Prostate Cancer Institute, Special Olympics and the Alberta Children’s Hospital. [... more » ]
"We have raised over $60,000 to benefit the City of New Orleans, and we hope to see that number rise to $100,000," said Lana Duke, owner of the Ruth´s Chris Steak House. [... more » ]