Golf News for Monday, January 9, 2006
Baekgaard Ltd Announces Participation and New Spring Line at the 2006 PGA Merchandise Show & Convention, January 26-29, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. [... more » ]
Electric push caddies can alleviate the strain of pulling, pushing or carrying a heavy golf bag. Our model range now offers a choice of manual and remote controlled caddies with innovative features," said SpaCom President Peter Hanneforth. [... more » ]
"This is the first truly portable 'hole' that gives an accurate putting experience. It's small enough to keep handy so wherever you are, within seconds you can be playing a hole," said Kevin Whitefield, CEO of Holesim. [... more » ]
"Our biggest current challenge is finding great sales associates to represent the brand. We have had good luck with in the past and look forward to continuing the relationship," said Jennifer Glaspie, president of Aphira. [... more » ]
Steve Asman, George Baker and Ron Garl will serve full three-year terms on the International Network of Golf advisory board, while Melissa Suttles and John Johnson will fill uncompleted terms of previous board members. [... more » ]
"I am very honored to be named captain of the U.S. Solheim Cup Team. The next two years will be very exciting as players vie for a spot on the team, and I can't wait to lead the U.S. Team to Sweden for the 2007 Solheim Cup," said Betsy King. [... more » ]
"As an important piece of the redefined Jazz Golf line, the improvements in playability and performance will generate great consumer interest and demand," said Tony Bell, North American sales director. [... more » ]
"I look forward to sharing all of the things I have experienced in the golf business since I started in 1974, and introducing readers to ideas both old and new," said Dick De La Cruz. [... more » ]
“Mike and Pat have increased the profile of the golf course management industry and go far in showing the positive impacts that golf courses and those who manage them can have on their surrounding environment,” said GCSAA President Timothy T. O’Neill. [... more » ]
The Mercedes had some good subplots including Stuart Appleby going for the 3-peat and Vijay trying to re-establish his dominance of everybody not named Tiger. Now the temptation is to make assumptions about everybody based on a single week of competition. [... more » ]
For all the criticism Bud Selig receives – and deservedly so – he’s no longer the worst commissioner in sports. Just days into the new year, PGA Tour boss Tim Finchem has successfully wrested away the title. [... more » ]