Golf News for Tuesday, December 19, 2006
Barry and Stacy Solomon discuss Annika Sorenstam's one-handed drill that is sure to help both the golf beginner as well as the intermediate player generate more clubhead speed. Also, the duo look at golf tips for winterizing your golf equipment and much more on this edition of the popular golf podcast. [... more » ]
Score Golf Magazine's Rick Young could not let Daito Golf's Stealth Putter slip under the radar this year. In his anticipated Year-End Equipment Awards the Canadian named the Stealth putter "Canadian Product Of The Year". [... more » ]
"There may be a few similar products in the marketplace but none of them come close to the originality of design and quality of construction of the new G-Clip MINI," said Keith Foley, President of Fine Tune Golf. [... more » ]
Previously, Michael R. McMahon was hotel manager at the property. He has been with The Ritz-Carlton Resorts of Naples since April 2002 and formerly served as director of sales and marketing for the resorts. [... more » ]
"We've elected to exercise our option and step back until the new management presents a revised business plan,” said Ashley Cooper, Senior Vice President of Acquisitions and Development for Trump Golf Properties. [... more » ]
"Through extensive research and development combined with the latest technology and design, we are looking forward to a new beginning for Nancy Lopez Golf," said Little, Director of Marketing & Product Development. [... more » ]
Trusting a complete bag of Titleist equipment from tee-to-green, Els finished at 24-under 264, establishing a new tournament scoring record. He was three shots clear of the runner-up who started the day with a three-stroke lead. [... more » ]
"This is a great early Christmas present to have the top two finishers wearing our Q-LOK spike fastening system which is rapidly becoming one of the most popular systems in the industry," said Harris MacNeill, President, CHAMP Spikes. [... more » ]
The thing has an old, tiny blade putter that old-schoolers like Gene Sarazen might call low-rent. Other flaws include a lack of importance on lag putting since every putt is about 15 feet. It also seemed like the surface hadn't been groomed in weeks and balls didn't roll true. [... more » ]
OK, so maybe you don't want your mom to be from Scottsdale. But the golf and nightlife are fabulous. And Fashion Square Mall is top of the line. Except for its lame movie theater. [... more » ]
"This is really special to me. Imagine my surprise when I saw the Avocet on the cover of the magazine!" said club designer Mike Tait. "To beat the biggest names in the industry really says something." [... more » ]