Golf News for Friday, November 24, 2006
"With SelectFit, our trained fitters will be able to dial in a player's ideal specs for both drivers and irons in one manageable system," said Sean Toulon, executive vice president of product and brand creation. [... more » ]
"Thousands of folks learned from the print version of The Plane Truth. But a picture speaks a thousand words, especially when it comes to the golf swing," said author Jim Hardy of his work's adaptation. [... more » ]
"Everything was first-class. From the way Art Sellinger and his LDA team set up the venue and conducted the event, to the hospitality of the staff at Laughlin Ranch," said event winner Scott Ionno. [... more » ]
“We are excited to have Steve Bann and Dale Lynch as contributing writers for 2007,” said Jason Sowards, editor of Golf Illustrated. “It is rare to find teaching professionals who have experience teaching all levels of golf." [... more » ]
"I recently had the pleasure to be a guest on the Golf Smarter Podcast. The Medicus Golf Institute will surely benefit from this type of exposure," said golf teacher Chuck Evans. “The power of podcasting is growing." [... more » ]
"International competition presents an ideal venue to showcase Graphite Design shafts, which once again proved most popular among an elite field," said Akio Karashima, CEO of Graphite Design. [... more » ]
"Additional testament to the superiority of the Heavy Putter comes en masse from avid and recreational amateur golfers who are realizing less putts per round," said Stephen Boccieri, President of Boccieri Golf. [... more » ]
"I'm delighted with the change in ownership and I look forward to working with Kim and his team in re-introducing the Nancy Lopez Golf brand in the U.S. market," said Nancy Lopez about the acquisition of her company. [... more » ]
"Ten years ago, our name was more fitting," said president Matt Morse. "We have simply outgrown our name, as the size and scope of our business now extends well beyond the Great Lakes region." [... more » ]
It is already being suggested Wie’s attempts to slug it out with the men are seriously affecting her game for the worse. And how many more humiliations like this week’s exit from a meaningless Japanese men’s tournament before her confidence suffers a lasting dent? [... more » ]
I’m thankful for Michelle Wie and her optimism. Her play against men lately hasn’t exactly been stellar, but does she let that bother her? Of course not. We could all use a dose of that kind of confidence. Say what you will about her, she makes golf quite interesting to watch. [... more » ]