Golf News for Tuesday, October 31, 2006
"The final product will rival any course in the Southeast. Couple that with a commitment to the highest quality by Beau Rivage, and this project promises to be viewed as one of the best new courses in America," said course designer Tom Fazio. [... more » ]
"This is the fifth pro tour victory in four weeks, and we’re very excited that UST shafts are making a winning difference for so many players," says Gene Simpson, vice president of sales and marketing for UST. [... more » ]
"With new styles, technologies, leathers and colors, this collection marks the further evolution of ECCO as the premier luxury golf shoe brand,” said Per Aagren, Head of Global Sales for ECCO Golf. [... more » ]
"We look forward to participating for the first time as an exhibitor at the EWGA’s annual conference," said Marje Helfet, CEO of Fairway Skins Company, "and to sharing with the EWGA membership our exciting floral gloves." [... more » ]
Both Tiger and Phil have opted out of the Tour Championship. Tiger to recharge his batteries and Phil is still trying to forget his U.S. Open "flop." Now that Barry and I have a year's worth of Golf for Beginners podcasts in the hopper, we have also decided to take a short respite. [... more » ]
"A valued member of Shenvalee Golf Course’s staff and a valued member of our association, it is a well-deserved honor for him and we look forward to his future contributions," said GCSAA President Sean A. Hoolehan. [... more » ]
"We are proud of our first year results and anticipate that these programs will continue to attract and keep more women in the game for many years to come,"said Pam Swensen, CEO of the Executive Women’s Golf Association. [... more » ]
"We look forward to seeing what new and interesting dishes Chris will bring to our membership and the public who dine with us," said Laura Rippy, general manager at Pawleys Plantation in South Carolina. [... more » ]
With 10 contestants remaining on the series, the field was divided into five women competing against five men at Trump National Golf Course, Los Angeles, with the losing team sent to an Elimination Challenge. [... more » ]
If you really want to just see an NFL game at the new stadium - and it's worth checking out - target that Nov. 19 Detroit Lions game the weekend before Thanksgiving. This will be one of those games where the scalpers chase you across the parking lot. [... more » ]
At Rusacks Hotel in St. Andrews many rooms have a view of the Old Course. The restaurant and bar area also have great views of the 18th and 1st holes. If you're going to do St. Andrews, do it right and stay at this legendary hotel, just like Bobby Jones always did when he was in town. [... more » ]