Golf News for Friday, October 20, 2006
The Cyberstar Nanospeed Irons have been divided into three variations - long, mid and short. Each clubhead design is unique in order to maximize performance and playability throughout the set. [... more » ]
"Our purse is pretty high in relation to senior events outside the Champions Tour, so we're able to attract some of the top names," said Tom Parsons. "The golf course helps, too, because everybody loves the layout here at National." [... more » ]
"We are excited to once again offer this event to our players. We had a lot of players tell us that they enjoyed last year’s United Cup and so we decided to offer it again", said Kevin Kim, CEO of OnNet USA, developer of Shot-Online. [... more » ]
"The potential golf market of mobility-impaired players represents significant incremental rounds and revenues at a time when the industry needs the help on the tee sheet and at the cash register," said Roger Pretekin of SoloRider. [... more » ]
"The Amsterdam conference is a very important innovation for the EGCOA because it is a platform in the full glare of public attention," said Lodewijk Klootwijk of the EGCOA about the upcoming conference. [... more » ]
"We've got a lot of new things planned. There will be more games for the kids, custom club fitting appointments and the $1 million hole-in-one challenge," said Armand Cimaroli, who is the director of events. [... more » ]
"In order for golf to grow, we’re challenged on three fronts: the time it takes to play, the cost to play and environment concerns," said Hurdzan. "The industry needs to look at all three areas and do our part to combat these problems." [... more » ]
"The magnetic ball marker system is a terrific product and we are very excited to have it as part of our new custom G>SOK glove program," stated Ken Kotowski, business manager Etonic Golf Gloves and Accessories. [... more » ]
"We are proud to support the American Cancer Society's effort to raise awareness and funds to fight breast cancer," said Melissa Suttles, General Manager at Mystic Dunes Golf Club, host of the event. [... more » ]
As someone more familiar with Fazio, Nicklaus and the the countless others who have followed the modern trends, I speak for all of us American resort golfers when I say, "Whatever this Morris guy was smoking, I want some..." [... more » ]
There's quite a few others queing up to take over if Justin Rose does falter. A little lower down lurks my lay Vijay Singh, now at a little less than double his opening odds. Since he's switching to the easier Palm, which he seems to like, I may even out my position on him. [... more » ]