Golf News for Friday, October 27, 2006
"The five inductees ( Larry Nelson, Vijay Singh, Marilynn Smith and the late Mark McCormack and Henry Picard) entering the Hall of Fame this year are truly deserving of the honor," said Jack Peter of the Hall of Fame. [... more » ]
"We want to have a caddie from every country in the world represented and sharing their start in golf someday," said Dennis Cone, PCA Worldwide Caddie Foundation President, of their current on-line efforts. [... more » ]
"At impact with our LST faced drivers, a golfer with a 90 mph swing can easily obtain the optimum high launch and ball spin rate ratio of a tour player." said Scott Son, Versus Golf President and CEO. [... more » ]
"The Pro 2.5 has been used to score more than 200 Top 10s on the PGA Tour, and seven World Long Drive championships wins, and we're very proud to chalk up another PGA victory," said Mike Cheng of Harrison Sports. [... more » ]
"I am confident that Tom Johnson will be on the PGA Tour. He is an outstanding player and we are proud he uses Scratch Golf wedges," said Ari Techner, President and CEO of Scratch Golf, after the high finish. [... more » ]
The winner's of both the Funai Classic at Disney World and the AT&T Championship on the Champion's Tour relied on Izzo Golf's patented Dual Strap with Comfort swivel Technology to carry their bags. [... more » ]
"This is a great way for sponsors to feature their message. Everyone I visited with, really liked this new concept," said Southern Texas PGA Director of Marketing, PGA professional Scott Atkinson. [... more » ]
The UCLA Bruins Golf Team in Los Angeles, California has decided to go with Cybergolf to custom design and host its Web site as well as online marketing e-blast newsletter system for the team. [... more » ]
Some pork is better than others. Inside the defense bill is a provision that will help make golf more accessible for disabled American veterans. Originated by California Congressman Sam Farr, the provision will help to add single-rider golf cars at courses on U.S. military bases. [... more » ]
Not one course I've been to in Scotland has had their tournament (or 'back') tees set up. But once you've played difficult courses like Prestwick, Royal Dornoch or Royal Aberdeen, trust me, the white tees look pretty good... [... more » ]