Golf News for Tuesday, October 3, 2006
Podcast host Dave Berner and guests talk about high school golf's growing popularity, Ogio's new Shling strapless bag carrier, golf in Vietnam, and who should be the next U.S. Ryder Cup captain. [... more » ]
"We're very excited about opening our Superstores in Dallas ... and the additional markets in the near future," said Bill Hamlin, chief executive officer of GTPS. "At PGA TOUR Superstores, recreational players have access to the kind of resources that are available to the pros on tour." [... more » ]
"Mount Juliet was essentially the reason why I came and fell in love with Ireland" Jeff Howes said. "It was a huge opportunity to work on this with Jack and I was delighted to be asked to do further work on the putting greens before the 2002 AMEX." [... more » ]
"As we continue to acquire more and more brands under the ForeFront umbrella, Terry’s marketing expertise and industry knowledge will be a huge asset for us," said ForeFront CEO Mike Hedge. [... more » ]
"With Todd Howard, a 20 year Marriott Golf veteran assuming the leadership role on property, I am confident that the transition will be seamless," said Claye Atcheson, vice president of operations at Marriott Golf. [... more » ]
This industry-first policy allows customers to choose assembled or component clubs at the same price. If a customer wants to purchase an assembled club, the price will be the same as purchase of the component parts. [... more » ]
"We’re very excited to see a young, sophomore Tour player receive a career-building win playing UST shafts," said Gene Simpson, vice president of sales and marketing of United Sports Technologies brands. [... more » ]
"The Mission Hills World Cup has held an esteemed position within the golf world for decades, and has done as much to promote golf around the world as any event in the sport," said PGA TOUR Commissioner Tim Finchem. [... more » ]
Like all SMT products, from drivers to golf gloves, the EON has a lifetime warranty, which even covers, in the words of SMT founder and president Mike Tait, "stupidity." Not too shabby for a little Oswego, Ill. company that started out in Tait's garage five years ago. [... more » ]
Many golfers say – “I know what I’m doing wrong in my swing, I just can’t seem to fix it." The sad thing is that you could see this person a year later and guess what they’re going to say to you? The same exact thing! Why waste valuable time trying to figure this out yourself? [... more » ]
"Through their fundraising efforts, participants in the Pink Ribbon Golf Classic are making a statement that breast cancer must be eradicated," said Lauren Nelson of the American Cancer Society. [... more » ]
 
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