Golf News for Monday, October 16, 2006
Anthony Pioppi, author of To the Nines, on why nine-hole courses should be taken seriously. RonMon says understanding how hybrids should be hit is as more important than finding the right hybrid. And: Rowdy Tempe, Ariz.'s a great place for a buddies' golf weekend. [... more » ]
"Trish’s breadth of industry experience and long term service to the association make her uniquely qualified for this expanded leadership role," says Pam Swensen, Chief Executive Officer of the EWGA. [... more » ]
"Our priority remains offering an array of custom events, services and amenities so that we consistently exceed our guests’ expectations," said Edwards, who spent time during his youth living in the area. [... more » ]
"The changes being done and proposed will not only improve the look and layout, but also the quality of play. Most importantly it will provide a better and more enjoyable round of golf," said Charlie Beach, Springdale's Board President. [... more » ]
"Our objective is to create an enjoyable golf experience for all our members and their guests. This project enables a variety of playing levels to maximize the enjoyment of their visit," said Dave Radaj, superintendent and GM. [... more » ]
"Through our research, we found that golfers were frustrated with the inconsistency of typical stand bags," said Terry Andre, Sr. VP of Sales and Marketing. "We set out to solve that problem and the result is Monoshock." [... more » ]
The Backyard Driving Range comes with three targets and three flags that can be placed at varying yardages like at a driving range. The Transfer Wedge is the perfect tool for adding power to the golf swing. [... more » ]
Cybergolf, "Golf's Leader" in Internet marketing tools has more golf course clients than any other website design, email marketing and e-commerce company, provides golf courses with core elements for online marketing. [... more » ]
"Eagle is a relatively undiscovered area in the Vail Valley, making it the ideal mountain town for a unique second home development," said Kummer, owner of Adam’s Rib Ranch and founder of Denver’s largest hotel chain. [... more » ]
While Paula Creamer has gone through letdown adjustments of a sophomore slump that many pros in a number of sports experience, Michelle Wie has turned herself into a virtual punchline. It's not just that Wie is winless, it's the increasingly whiny excuses coming out of her own mouth. [... more » ]
Seems it was that caddie brother of Troy Matteson's, whispering sweet nothings in his ear about what a great player he was, that saved the day. Matteson said he was a bag of nerves down the stretch, although you'd never have guessed it as he drained shot after shot. [... more » ]
The GCSAA Scholars Program, funded by the Robert Trent Jones Endowment, was developed to recognize students planning careers in course management. Winners were selected based on the final ranking in the competition. [... more » ]