Golf News for Wednesday, November 15, 2006
"Here, an up and coming golfer, wore our most popular spike with the best spike retention device we offer. With Q-Lok™ there is no more wrestling with stripped threads or stubborn spikes," said Harris MacNeill, Champ President. [... more » ]
"We have had many requests for oversized C-Thru Grips. Our grip line now includes three putter grip styles and seven full-swing grip styles," said Steve Okasaki, C-Thru Grips National Sales Manager. [... more » ]
"We’re very pleased that the world’s finest golfers recognize the benefits of playing graphite shafts specifically designed to deliver high-performance," said Gene Simpson, VP of sales and marketing for UST brands. [... more » ]
Thunderbird, the Garvin School of International Management is taking the concept of doing business on the golf course to new levels. The school is partnering with The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa for the offer. [... more » ]
"The timing is great for our new shaft because Diamana White Board will work extremely well with the high-MOI drivers that are going to be released next year," said Larry Bischmann, Director, North America for MRCP-USA. [... more » ]
The race is the attraction, but thousands will be looking for ways to enjoy their time in the days prior to and after the race. In Miami, Talladega and the Pocono Mountains golf is more than an afterthought. [... more » ]
"Our Learn to Play & Play More Often strategy continues to introduce new players to the game and provides more opportunities for avid players to access golf in B.C.," said Andy Hedley, VP of Operations - GolfBC. [... more » ]
Golf industry veterans, market leaders and nearly 400 companies new to the Show create the triumvirate merchandising mix at the 2007 PGA Merchandise Show, Jan. 25-27, 2007, in Orlando, Fla. [... more » ]
"Bill and Stan are most deserving of the Distinguished Service Award," said GCSAA President Sean A. Hoolehan, CGCS. "GCSAA is honored to have them as colleagues in the field of golf course management." [... more » ]
Over the weekend my only golf fix was watching the final of the Nationwide Tour Final in Texas. After watching Tiger early throwing clubs and generally being a bit upset of not contending in China, what a welcome relief! What a difference from the PGA. [... more » ]
Having played both Carnoustie and Oitavos, host of the 2005 European Tour Portuguese Open, in similar weather, Oitavos' closer is harder. After a moderate carry over a natural area, a tree splits the 18th fairway in the landing zone, making the tee shot more narrow and intimidating. [... more » ]