Golf News for Friday, November 17, 2006
"This was the first week he put our new Cayman model into play and we're thrilled that he had instant success with it. We very excited about what next year will bring," said Matt Molloy, President of Rife Putters. [... more » ]
"Our Creation shaft captured its 1st PGA Tour Victory at The Southern Farm Bureau and we've had nearly one hundred Top Ten Finishes this season with our Icon HL, Evolution and Evolution Lite shafts," said Jody Baucom of AccuFlex. [... more » ]
"With easy to read colored charts and graphics, the customer is no longer intimidated with the Club Fitting process; they can now see the results, and walk away knowing they are properly fit," said Arlene Pao, CEO of Focaltron Corporation. [... more » ]
"We have been growing very quickly because of our position as the King of Hybrids, and our progression into a major player on the professional tours has made us a phenomenon," said Nickent CEO Michael Lee. [... more » ]
"Both Total Golf Adventures and NHSGCA believe in golf as a vehicle to teach values such as integrity, teamwork and sportsmanship to young people," said NHSGCA Executive Director Michelle Pond. [... more » ]
"The Summit proved to be just what we had hoped," said Butch Harmon. "There was tremendous exchange of information regarding techniques and theories. But there was also some casual conversation." [... more » ]
The story is set in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area and along Minnesota’s North Shore of Lake Superior, including several Minnesota golf courses. This novel is a must for the golf fan as well as for the mystery fan. [... more » ]
"The passion of helping others is at the forefront of our decision to start a business in which we can give back to the community," said Alice Scott. "A portion of every sale initiated through buttheadcovers.com will be donated to charity." [... more » ]
The Sony Open people have given her another sponsor's exemption. This will be her chance to go 0 for 4 at making the cut at the Sony and 0 for 6 on the PGA Tour. She's 1 for 11 in making the cut at men's event, her lone successful attempt coming in Korea. [... more » ]
I would like to see someone come along and make Sorenstam work for her title defense. It could only make the LPGA more exciting to the media. Whoever winds up as the victor, this tournament should be a crowning achievement to a year filled with emotional highs and lows. [... more » ]
"This will be a sensational day of golf and a magnificent day of fund-raising," says Dave Scott, Director of Golf at Shingle Creek Golf Club. "We are again honored to host and to be a title sponsor of this prestigious event." [... more » ]