Golf News for Wednesday, January 4, 2006
"Inova positions GPS as an integral part of the golf car. It's a complementary system that improves both the golfer's experience and course-management capabilities," said Phil Tralies, president and CEO of Club Car. [... more » ]
Now there's a way for golfers to ensure they take good care of their hands while working out in the gym. It's with the new anatomically and ergonomically designed Bionic Fitness Glove, to be introduced at the PGA Merchandise Show. [... more » ]
“We are proud to offer our new Cruzer Hybrid,” said Larry Fortier, COO of DeLaCruz Golf. “Its design and performance characteristics make it a very desirable club for golfers of every ability level.” [... more » ]
"The Saber is the only graphite shaft brand strictly dedicated to launch-control design and, as a result, every Saber shaft in the series offers an unparalleled amount of launch control," said Ray Lucas, senior VP of sales and marketing. [... more » ]
"I am extremely proud of this new product and technology. We look forward to bringing this to market and offer any golfer an improved way to hit the ball longer and straighter," said Gary Hansberger, head of Vulcan Golf. [... more » ]
"He has been at the sharp end of player management and sponsorship for more than a decade, and I am sure delegates will be keen to hear what he has to say about the subject," said Neil Hamp-Adams, Driving Force managing director. [... more » ]
"With the USGA and R&A’s decision to legalize laser rangefinders, Sergio provides our company with a powerful, respected voice in the golf industry," said Phil Gyori, vice president of marketing for Bushnell. [... more » ]
“I know that Mr. Foley will bring a different perspective that will have a positive impact on the growth and success of the association,” said Tommy Sasser, president of the Golf Course Builders Association of America. [... more » ]
"Tommy Armour once said 'There are no blind shots the second time you play a course,'" said host Fred Greene. "Listening to Golf Smarter and watching TeeTour eliminates those blind shots before you walk out to a course." [... more » ]
Hosted by NBC commentator Jimmy Roberts from the PGA Historical Center at PGA Village in Port St. Lucie, Fla., the PGA of America's Year in Review kicks off the PGA's 90th anniversary celebration. [... more » ]
"The system focuses purely on swing mechanics. It highlights unique points of the swing that add consistency. Here's the secret: With consistency comes power," said PurePoint creator Kyle Hallberg. [... more » ]
Baby Boomers tend to go for the more classical, opulent style of luxury and travel. On the other side, you have the Gen X'ers, who enjoy being pampered, provided there are ATVs and Internet connections. [... more » ]
Michelle Wie's not banning Sports Illustrated - the mere notion was laughable. It would go against everything the Wie marketing machine stands for: publicity. [... more » ]
 
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