Golf News for Monday, September 26, 2005
"As far as being something special, I may never captain another team, I may never play another round of golf, and if I end my career this way, it's a pretty good way to end it," said Jack Nicklaus. [... more » ]
"It may seem as though a drink or two sharpens your game, but let me say, having golfed drinking and sober, there's just no comparison," said golfer Kate Beck. [... more » ]
“This is a terrific opportunity to support the community and showcase the importance of ergonomics in various forms," said president Shannon Powel. [... more » ]
"With all of the components in place, we are ready to film what I am sure will be one of the most exciting golf and entertainment series ever aired," said Mike Pagnano, CEO of The WGL, Inc. [... more » ]
"Golfers love the convenience of being able to use their credit cards in the ball dispensing machines, and we definitely have seen an increase in sales as a result," said Tim McIntyre, GM, Camas Meadow Golf Club. [... more » ]
“Volunteer leadership is critical to the success of associations, and ASAE is no exception,” said ASAE President and CEO John H. Graham IV, CAE. [... more » ]
¨Six more wins this week advances Titleist's victory count across the worldwide professional tours to 119, more than all other golf balls combined,¨ said a company statement. [... more » ]
“It is truly an honor that the golfing community has voiced their opinion and selected Arroyo Trabuco as one of the best courses in the county,” said Matthew Donovan, the club’s general manager. [... more » ]
Welcome everyone to the first installment of "The Weekend Rules." Every weekend (that I feel inclined), we'll go over a different scenario to see what the ruling or etiquette would be. Feel free to send in your own scenario, by the way. The stranger the better. [... more » ]
How long before they start televising some of this Q School drama? This is good stuff! [... more » ]
Included in the auction are autographed items from Phil Mickelson, Vijay Singh, Hal Sutton, Curtis Strange, Lanny Wadkins and Pete Oakley, plus NASCAR drivers Joe Nemechek, Dale Jarrett and Elliot Sadler. [... more » ]
Some of the celebrities expected at the Barona Valley Ranch Resort and Casino in San Diego include Ron Cey, Micky Dolenz, Richard Karn, Hal Linden, Leann Hunley and boxing great Sugar Ray Leonard. [... more » ]