Golf News for Tuesday, September 27, 2005
"Industry response to new services, programs and special events at the 2005 PGA Fall Expo has been tremendous,” said PGA Golf Exhibitions Vice President and Show Manager Ed Several. [... more » ]
“It’s no secret that three of the Top Five ranked golfers in the world play Rifle steel shafts and for good reason," said John Lauchnor, president and CEO of Royal Precision. [... more » ]
"Top Swing uses highly accurate servo motors and arms to move the golf club, allowing the golf pro to instantly set for the individual nuances of every golfer and their swing," said a company release. [... more » ]
"Over the years, Premier Golf has continually demonstrated a commitment to service to our members, as well as golf travelers and attendees of the Ryder Cup," said Jim Awtrey, CEO of The PGA of America. [... more » ]
“Tracy is a great asset to the Pine Hill team. She is very outgoing and will be a great ambassador for Pine Hill in the community,” said General Manager Eric J. Quinn. [... more » ]
"I am impressed with the heart and soul that is poured out on each shot taken, by the delicate touch to knock in their putt," said LPGA Tour player Beth Bader. [... more » ]
“We have already received more inquiries from Canadians this year than ever before. There’s a huge boom in the Canada to California golf industry,” said Marc Solomon, PGA pro and founder of Golf Made Simple. [... more » ]
It seems fair to say that while he's helped the PGA, Nike and his own bank account, Tiger's overall effect on golf as a sport has become somewhat minimal. Remember those kids saying "I'm Tiger Woods" in the Nike commercial? Well, they're back to wanting to be like Mike. [... more » ]
Mulligan questions Gary Player's pick of Trevor Immelman. Erik J. Barzeski gives a recap of how well the guys at the Sand Trap did on their President's Cup predictions. Finally, Media Guru raves about David Duval making the cut in the Texas Open. [... more » ]
"We are extremely pleased with the support we continue to receive from our corporate sponsors and individual fans," said Catherine Marquette, Executive Director of United for D.C. [... more » ]