Golf News for Tuesday, November 14, 2006
Cold weather? No problem! Barry and I aren't about to let a little dip in the temperature stop us from playing golf in the great outdoors! We discuss the changes you might find on the golf course during this season and how to deal with lost golf balls and harder playing surfaces. [... more » ]
Michele Szynal has joined Callaway Golf Company as Vice President, Public Relations. In this role, Szynal will oversee the Company's overall strategic communications and brand publicity efforts. [... more » ]
Ochoa is a favorite to win the ADT Championship, along with Sorenstam, who won the last two ADT Championships and three of the last four, and Webb, who is second on the money list and a five-time event winner in 2006. [... more » ]
"We celebrate every Zero Friction Top-10 finish but these two are special," said Mike Herron, Business Development Manager for Excel Golf Tees, Inc. One user not only took a Top-10 finish but earned a British Open exemption. [... more » ]
Seve Benson and Ed Richardson, two members of the English Golf Union's Elite Squad, will be England's representatives in the Juan Carlos Tailhade Cup in Argentina at the Los Lagartos Country Club in Buenos Aires. [... more » ]
"Eleven years later, we have 63 locations open, and expect that number to double by the end of our fiscal year. As of 2006, we have taught 8% of all golf lessons in the United States," said Joe Assell, CEO of GolfTEC. [... more » ]
"We congratulate the Nationwide Tour Championship winner on his outstanding performance and are proud to have played a part in the victory," said Akio Karashima, the CEO of Graphite Design. [... more » ]
"I started drafting a putter concept years ago that essentially performed specifically for each individual golfer, style of golfer and type of greens," said company co-founder Bruce Sizemore. "The XM-2 is the answer." [... more » ]
"These packages are perfect for people who want a relaxing holiday, but would like to avoid the stress that often comes with preparing the Thanksgiving meal," said Jill Luning, director of room and activities for Sea Trail. [... more » ]
In golf, age is but a number until a player starts working his way up through his 40s, and experience is almost a positive thing. It's why Jim Furyk will be Tiger's rival for several more years now. In boxing, however, it's why Floyd Mayweather Jr. will stomp Oscar De La Hoya. [... more » ]
Nevis, known for its secretive banking, wants no part of St. Kitts' stricter banking controls. I'm with Nevis on this one: what would happen to our American corporations if all these Caribbean islands decided to quit being havens for money laundering!? [... more » ]
"I'm thrilled to top the PING/EGU Order of Merit and to be regarded as the best golfer in England," said winner Ross McGowan. "I've enjoyed the whole season which has surpassed my expectations." [... more » ]