Golf News for Tuesday, November 21, 2006
This podcast is a biggie, filled with lots of golf tips for the driving range. Our listeners have spoken, letting us know that they take their ipods (and our weekly tips) with them when they practice so we have created this session with them in mind. [... more » ]
"When we started, golf fashion was an oxymoron for women – there was a real need in the marketplace for apparel that was both stylish and functional, and transcended the golf course," said Linda Hipp. [... more » ]
Ahead has helped us create walking billboards for our resort with terrific merchandise featuring outstanding designs that our guests are proud to wear," said Dale Kincaid, buyer for Pebble Beach. [... more » ]
Brian Whitcomb was elected the 35th president of The PGA of America by delegates at the Association’s 90th Annual Meeting. Succeeding Whitcomb as Vice President is Jim Remy. Allen Wronowski was elected Secretary. [... more » ]
Bill Rehanek has been promoted to senior vice president by Billy Casper Golf. He will oversee operations at several courses in the Midwest, and Bear Creek Golf Club in Dallas has been added to his portfolio. [... more » ]
"We weren't really sure about it being a training aid at first, but after seeing the results of my two youngest sons (11 & 13 yr. olds) we immediately approved it," said Bill Dando, PGA Professional and TTN founder. [... more » ]
"This is a fantastic opportunity for our members," said Shari Koehler, GCSAA director of education. "The Rockhurst University Continuing Education Center has an outstanding reputation." [... more » ]
Businesses wishing to take advantage of the current low rates for marketing their products and services to the nation's golf course facilities are encouraged to call immediately to reserve premium positioning. [... more » ]
Competing against a stellar field that included Adam Scott, Geoff Ogilvy, Stuart Appleby and Greg Norman, Senden closed with a course-record round of seven-under-par 65 to win by a single stroke. [... more » ]
I normally don't write about stuff I find on eBay (that's between my therapist and me, thank you), but here's one item that is not only a one-of-a-kind piece of golf and sports memorabilia, but also supports the fight against breast cancer. [... more » ]
After Irishman Padraig Harrington did the impossible defeating Tiger Woods in a playoff Sunday, it's time for us to end any lingering denial. European golfers are superior. Sunday was simply a prime example of how far the U.S. has slipped compared to the rest of the world. [... more » ]