Golf News for Thursday, January 5, 2006
"The first time I tested the Srixon golf ball, I knew right then that this was a company that could help me be a better player. I can't ask for more out of my equipment," said Jim Furyk. [... more » ]
"I tried to copy the genius concept of Michael Dell and adapt it to my business," said Laurent Darrigrand, an entrepreneur who has designed a range of made-to-measure and half-measure golf clothing. [... more » ]
"Creating this championship golf course at Tesoro was a joy for the Palmer team and we are thrilled to see the vision not only come to fruition, but exceed expectations," said Arnold Palmer. [... more » ]
November 2005 saw a year-on-year increase of 13 percent for rounds played at all U.S. facilities. Regions posting unusually high gains were the South Central (up 42.5 percent) and Mountain (up 38.7 percent). [... more » ]
In a landmark building overlooking the 18th green of the Old Course at St. Andrews in Scotland will be 23 luxury residences. There are only 115 memberships available, by invitation only, for this unique club. [... more » ]
"African American entrepreneurs in the golf industry have exciting new products, services and ideas and ... they need a flexible and affordable alternative to participating in golf trade shows," said publisher Debert Cook. [... more » ]
"This is a great opportunity for us at Feel as we have developed quite a niche, almost cult-like following over the years," said Feel Golf CEO Lee Miller. [... more » ]
"Brian Adair's growth with our company has paralleled SST's growth in the marketplace. He has been by my side on most every major decision the past few years," said Dick Weiss, SST founding member. [... more » ]
"We are delighted the Asian Tour players enjoyed their visit and look forward to welcoming them back in 2006," said Anne Busfield, Empire Hotel general manager. [... more » ]
Golf isn't on the periphery of tourism on the Gulf Coast -- it's right there in the center. It's a wholesome, healthy, family activity that draws millions. These lawmakers need to get their heads out of the bunkers and make this right. [... more » ]
Now I'm not saying the PGA Tour needs to bring out a few tattooed ex-convicts to roam the course and occasionally beat down an official with a wedge. But a little color won't kill them. [... more » ]