Golf News for Monday, September 19, 2005
"We are very excited to bring the Canadian Men's Senior Championship back to Beloeil Golf Club where we had the event in 1989," said tournament director, Nathan Brooks. [... more » ]
"We believe Golf Galaxy has significant opportunities to expand its current base of 45 stores to more than 200 over the long term," said analyst Bob Simonson. [... more » ]
"Datrek Miller International, Inc. announced that Patrick B. Fox has resigned as its CFO to pursue personal interests and it has commenced the process of searching for a replacement," said a company statement. [... more » ]
"Our partnership builds better shows and better business tools for the industry", said PGA Golf Exhibitions Vice President and Show Manager Ed Several. [... more » ]
"All packages include a two-night stay at sensational resorts and hotels with three rounds of golf on any of our 8 premier golf courses," said a company announcement. [... more » ]
Nature herself created a magnificent setting for this truly unique resort and golf course. Guests can tee off against some of the most spectacular views of Coloane Island and the South China Sea. [... more » ]
"It's not often that people have the opportunity to take a product from its inception and see it through to its finish, there’s something very gratifying about this," said Kris Moe, golf professional and winemaker. [... more » ]
"When I'm hot and sweaty and there's no breeze, I make my own breeze with my It's A Breeze golf fan," said Teresa Rattey, M.D. of West Palm Beach, Florida. [... more » ]
David, trust me here, take a little time off of golf to have a heart operation. First of all, face it, no one cares about the Presidents Cup. Second, John McSherry and Hank Gathers have already experimented with dropping dead on the field of play, and it didn't advance their careers one bit. [... more » ]
It’s Sunday afternoon, time to watch some LPGA final-round action. Right? Wrong. ESPN’s busy with billiards, ESPN2, to its credit, is actually showing a sporting event, soccer. [... more » ]
"We thought we couldn't be any more successful than when in our second year of the tournament, we doubled the money we gave to Special Olympics," said Chris Justice. [... more » ]
“We encourage everyone to come out and play. The more players we have, the more money we can send to those in need,” said Ron Winarick, Managing Director of Forewinds Hospitality, LLC. [... more » ]