Golf News for Wednesday, September 7, 2005
Garcia later dedicated the title to a close friend who died Friday from lung cancer. "That was a big hit on my head," Garcia said. "She was a lovely person, very caring." [... more » ]
The 156-player field is complete and ready to challenge for the $5 million purse from September 5-11 at Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club in Vancouver. [... more » ]
The Quail Lodge Golf Resort offers the best of California golf with a pastoral, tree-lined par-71 course resting like a jewel in a mountainside setting, with ten sparkling lakes and lush fairways meandering along the Carmel River. [... more » ]
“The hybrid category has grown astronomically on the tours in the last year, almost to the point of being considered as important as your driver,” said Nickent Director of Marketing Jon Claffey. [... more » ]
“Since we opened in early summer, the response from golfers and media throughout the region has been tremendous, ” said Oxford Greens GM Steve Keating [... more » ]
"The shop size increased this year to accommodate greater retailing space and create a real shop environment," said European sales director Amanda Gunning-Sabini. [... more » ]
Thomas Pranio said he wrote Golf for Baseball Players because he "was tired of the same old golf instructional that most everyone that is not a certified golf professional has difficulty understanding." [... more » ]
"These two remarkable men used their celebrity to raise funds for critical research into a cure for the disease which claimed both of their lives last year; ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease)," said a foundation spokesperson. [... more » ]
"The U.S. Golf Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund gives the major golf organizations and enthusiasts an effective way to make a meaningful contribution to ease the suffering being felt by so many," said PGA TOUR Commissioner Tim Finchem. [... more » ]