Golf News for Wednesday, October 25, 2006
"My family is pleased to support the Ben Hogan Collection DVD project," said Lisa H. Scott, an heir to the Ben Hogan estate. "I am excited that McTee's Champions is honoring the man, as well as his great skill." [... more » ]
"Commerce Bank is a great business success story and the Champions Tour is very pleased to be associated with them," said Champions Tour President Rick George. "Vernon Hill's leadership and commitment to the Commerce Bank Championship have led to key tournament enhancements." [... more » ]
"This is the biggest event of the year for us and I think there are going to be a lot of guys in line to be fit by Aline. This could make a considerable change in our sport," said Dave Gureckis, a long drive professional. [... more » ]
"We are extremely proud to have the opportunity to partner with The First Tee on this auction of our commemorative set of MP-100 irons celebrating Mizuno's 100-year anniversary," said Bob Puccini, president Mizuno USA, Inc. [... more » ]
The celebrity long drive event at The Palms Golf Club in Mesquite, Nevada, benefits Children's Miracle Network and also gives sports fans the opportunity to win prizes, courtesy of American Airlines. [... more » ]
"The Impulse Hybrid shaft is quickly gaining notoriety on the pro tours for its consistence and accuracy, and every week more players are trying it out on the practice ranges of both the PGA and Champions Tours," says Mike Cheng, president of Harrison Sports. [... more » ]
Jay Haas moved up from 6th to 2nd in the Power Performance Rankings with his victory at the Administaff Small Business Classic. Loren Roberts holds the number one slot, followed by Haas, Mast and Romero, who are tied for third. [... more » ]
"Many planners who know how to deliver a great meeting may not be comfortable planning a golf tournament, "said Tom Pasha. "The audio conference will be a high-energy, fun and thorough discussion." [... more » ]
"We are offering companies wanting to reach golfers who travel to play golf or maybe just work on their games during winter months the chance to have their products, services or travel packages highlighted," said a spokesperson. [... more » ]
We at the Golfer Supremacy Rankings believe everything Rush Limbaugh says and were astounded by the idea that Fox would fake the effects of his illness or cease taking his medication for political purposes. Think Rush would stop taking his pills for political gain? We think not. [... more » ]
Despite wind and rain (naturally, my drive day up to the Highlands was clear and calm), Royal Dornoch has jumped to the top of my midterm "Best of" list in Scotland so far, edging out the Ailsa course at Turnberry - set to host the Open in 2009. [... more » ]