Golf News for Friday, October 6, 2006
Traveling to Scotland or Ireland is that once in a lifetime trip for many golfers in the U.S. and Canada. A passport and rain gear is important, of course, but preparing your game is the best way you can ensure the most enjoyment out of your rounds, says podcast host Brandon Tucker. [... more » ]
"Of course I let Mr. Clinton try the Propulsion driver," said Sean Carey, GM of Glenwood Golf Club . "He was hitting it so well, on the tenth tee, for a little warm up, I gave him the club to use on his front 9." [... more » ]
Expanding on the concept behind the Vibe’s design, Datrek has unveiled the Fusion Stand Bag and incorporated progressive styling and innovative, functional features normally reserved for a cart bag. [... more » ]
“I am honored to be a part of the LPGA Commissioner’s Advisory Council,” Mona said. “This is a great opportunity for the GCSAA to elevate the position of the golf course superintendent and the association." [... more » ]
"We are experiencing an increasing demand for our gloves in golf and retail shops around the country, and we are pleased to announce the addition of these new sales reps to assist," said Marje Helfet of Fairway Skins Company. [... more » ]
"Zach’s selection to participate in this prestigious event is another high-point in a stellar year," said Dunning. The event pits players from the PGA, LPGA and Champions Tours against one another. [... more » ]
"Our course is well suited to all types and levels of golfers and will present a fun yet challenging test to the mixed teams," said David Buth, Victoria Hills GM, about the FSGA/FWSGA Mixed Team Championship. [... more » ]
"We are opening new territories on a regular basis," said Joshua Jacobs, president of Total Golf Adventures’ unique business. "We are excited about getting more LPGA teaching pros involved in our program." [... more » ]
$7, that's what Fairmont Scottsdale Princess charges unsuspecting patrons at their casual tapas bar. And this is no fresh-squeezed, exotic glass of OJ, it's Tropicana from a plastic bottle in a small wine glass packed with enough ice to sink the Titanic. Completely shameful. [... more » ]
The Mitchell Golf Equipment Company's new Mitchell Partners Program appears to me to be just a thinly veiled attempt to extract money from clubbuilders. If I were a clubbuilder, I can't figure out why I'd want to do this. [... more » ]
"RSRF raised over $3 million last year, much of it through grassroots events such as this tournament," said Monica Coenraads, co-founder and Director of Research for the Rett Syndrome Research Foundation. [... more » ]