Golf News for Wednesday, October 11, 2006
"We have been impressed with the [ClubCorp Inc.] management team, and we believe the investment by our firm will add value for ClubCorp's nearly 200,000 member households," said Michael S. Shannon, managing director of KSL Capital Partners. [... more » ]
"When it comes to styling, quality and durability, CHAMP and ECCO are a perfect match and that’s why we decided to team up with CHAMP," said Henning Schlaikjer-Petersen, Division Manager of ECCO Golf. [... more » ]
Davis Love III made his 19th career PGA Tour victory extra special, capturing the Chrysler Classic of Greensboro in the state where he was raised and where he starred as a collegian at the University of North Carolina. [... more » ]
"Thomas (Bjorn) is the greatest player in Danish history and has been a superb brand ambassador since we first began in golf in 2001," says Jesper Thuen, Sponsor and Event Manager, ECCO Golf. [... more » ]
"The five inductees entering the Hall of Fame this year are truly deserving of the honor," said Jack Peter, Sr. VP of the Hall of Fame. "The contributions and successes each has brought to the sport have added a great deal to its history." [... more » ]
"This award recognizes the tremendous success of this partnership," said MDEQ Director Steven Chester. "The MTESP program encourages environmental stewardship across Michigan, and helps keep our waters clean." [... more » ]
"Superintendents were thought of as grass growers when Randy began his career. Now they are recognized as professionals responsible for the facility's single-most valuable asset," said Chuck Borman, Carolinas GCSA executive director. [... more » ]
"Lamkin grips have always enjoyed solid success on the Champions Tour, and we’re particularly pleased with the stability and traction provided by our Tour Black Full Cord model," says Bob Lamkin, president of Lamkin Corp. [... more » ]
I'm tired of looking at Phil Mickelson's man boobs every time I go to or Finally I can see some curves where they belong. [... more » ]
It's a harsh reality in the golf equipment industry with the recent demise of Royal Precision shafts (bought by True Temper), 2nd Swing Golf (currently being liquidated) and the end of Dyanacraft as an independent company. This is only the beginning of a downward trend. [... more » ]