Golf News for Wednesday, January 11, 2006
"I am going to personally give one million dollars to the one golfer who can prove they have the skill and nerve it takes to survive under the most extreme pressure on one of the world's most demanding courses," said Donald Trump. [... more » ]
"I had to do something special coming in. I didn't do it, so I had to do it in a playoff," said Stuart Appleby. "Winning the Mercedes is awesome. Winning three times is a dream come true." [... more » ]
The MotionLaunch! module plugs into MotionPro!, the company's flagship video-analysis product, and allows one to measure ball speed, launch angle and estimated carry distance using nothing but a video camera and a PC. [... more » ]
"Geoff Ogilvy embodies the combination of athletic excellence and style that is synonymous with the PUMA brand," said Jochen Zeitz, PUMA chairman and CEO. [... more » ]
"Trophy Golf sets itself apart by not only overseeing the golf operations but also offering management and consulting services for residential golf communities, resorts and golf-oriented lodging properties," said Lee Lockhart, president of Trophy Golf. [... more » ]
"Steve is a real find within the golf industry. His experience, coupled with his drive and abilities make him the perfect fit at Maruman Golf USA," said Mike Matheny, president of Maruman Golf USA. [... more » ]
"The Rifle Project X delivered another exciting start to the 2006 PGA Tour, winning its third straight Mercedes Championship," said Ray Lucas, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Royal Precision. [... more » ]
The winner of the 2006 Mercedes Championship was using their NV Hybrid shaft. This is the third consecutive Mercedes win for the NV Hybrid shaft, which combines balance, tip-flex and torque into a unique shaft design. [... more » ]
I always love it when somebody claims that Los Angeles' smog problem is overplayed. In truth, it's underplayed. I lived 20 minutes from Manhattan for years and never saw anything like it. [... more » ]
As if getting the advice from ME weren't enough for Boss Finchem, here's another argument, courtesy of ABC Sports, for shortening the season to ensure a sexier field for each tour stop. [... more » ]
Golf Inc. Magazine has selected one of Roebbelen's construction projects, Winchester Country Club, as the winner in the large clubhouse category (over 20,000 square feet) in the publication's 2005 National Clubhouse Competition. [... more » ]