Golf News for Tuesday, November 7, 2006
Showcasing the talent and poise that have made him one of golf's most formidable players, Adam Scott recently capped the PGA Tour season in style with a three-shot victory at The TOUR Championship. [... more » ]
"UST’s high-performance graphite shafts maximize distance and are designed to extremely tight tolerances so they deliver unparalleled consistency," said Gene Simpson, vice president of sales and marketing for UST brands. [... more » ]
“PGA TOUR players continually turn to Graphite Design shafts when shotmaking and accuracy are at a premium,” said Akio Karashima, CEO of Graphite Design, after three top-five finishers used Graphite Design shaft models. [... more » ]
Scotland may be known as the one place you have to tee-off before you die, but it has yet to achieve the same notoriety for its other manly attractions. VisitScotland has a collection of offers starting at just $490. [... more » ]
"This is our first step in the establishment of a new Tour, but a giant step towards our goal – the promotion of senior women’s golf," said Vicki Fergon, President of the Ladies International Golf Tour. [... more » ]
American Jim Furyk, will defend his 2005 title against many of the game’s top ranked players including Ernie Els, Retief Goosen, Sergio Garcia, Henrik Stenson, Padraig Harrington, and fellow American Chris DiMarco. [... more » ]
"Competing in the Nationwide Tour Championship is a great opportunity for Kyle (Thompson) and Roland (Thatcher) to continue their growth as professional golfers," said Dunning, company founder and principal designer. [... more » ]
"Lamkin grips have delivered outstanding performances all year long and through some of the toughest playing conditions in the world. We’re very pleased with another LPGA win," said Bob Lamkin of the Lamkin Corporation. [... more » ]
"We are very pleased that Play Golf America continues to be embraced by both consumers and the industry and look forward to another successful year in 2007," said Roger Warren, president of The PGA of America. [... more » ]
It's too easy for someone to be considered a golf instruction Guru. It's just like the late 90's when anyone could go on CNBC to tell you to buy shares of Cisco at $99 a share -- nobody checked references -- they just bought! The same is happening now to golfers. [... more » ]
Even actress Tara Reid can't help bringing up golf when discussing the horrific things she has done to her once-pert body. "After I got liposuction I got these bumps, like little golf balls all over my stomach, and it hurt," Reid proclaimed on the Today Show. [... more » ]