Golf News for Monday, January 30, 2006
"ONOFF is going to take the Western market by storm. Its new approach to golf and sensational features will attract many new and experienced players," said Mike Matheny, head of Eastern Golf. [... more » ]
"With two PGA Tour wins and five European wins already in a young 2006 season, Rifle steel shafts are achieving unbelievable success on pro tours worldwide," said Ray Lucas, senior VP for Royal Precision. [... more » ]
"Our goal in designing a junior and teen line of clubs was to focus on performance at a fair price ... to help kids get started the right way,"said Les Miller, VP of sales for La Jolla Club. [... more » ]
"Jennifer can write about all aspects of golf," Executive Editor Mark Nessmith said. "She is a very dynamic personality and it's going to be a pleasure to read her column each month." [... more » ]
"The Hall of Fame does a terrific job telling the story of its members throughout the museum," said Player. "I am honored and excited by their decision to shine the light on my story for this special exhibit." [... more » ]
"We were very pleased with the way both Eagle Ridge and Hills Golf Club turned out, so it's gratifying to see the wider golfing world taking notice," said Steve Forrest, the Hills/Forrest partner who spearheaded the design of both courses. [... more » ]
Three golf courses in Arizona designed by John Fought -- the Raven Club at Verrado and the North Course and South Course of the Gallery Golf Club -- are receiving kudos from golf publications. [... more » ]
"Firethorn Golf outerwear delivers serious performance, and throws in punchy elements that matter. ... all at a remarkably affordable price point," said Mark Segall, North American VP of sales and marketing. [... more » ]
Another PGA Merchandise Show is winding down, which means many more hours have been spent extolling the need for you to get your golf clubs custom fitted to your swing. Why not just take diet advice from John Daly? [... more » ]
Jose Maria Olazabal misses a four-footer in the sudden death playof. Rookie Nathan Green looks like a deer in headlights and stubs a chip shot. Phil Mickelson is mired in a three-putt derby. Sergio Garcia implodes. [... more » ]
Tom Marzolf, president of the American Society of Golf Course Architects, said "Jim Awtrey is a true friend of the game and the ASGCA." "He has helped millions of golf enthusiasts better appreciate the role of the golf course architect." [... more » ]