Golf News for Thursday, December 21, 2006
Rife captured not one, but two Top 5 Finishes. It's seems rather fitting that Rife's new Island Series Barbados putter was one of the models to capture a Top 5 Finish at the Barbados World Cup. [... more » ]
Steve Lesnik of KemperSports said the changes were brought about by the company's expanding portfolio of golf properties under ownership and management, and by expansion in its sports marketing and public relations activities. [... more » ]
You don't get a second chance to make a first impression! Cybergolf custom built websites can make the difference in someone booking a round, membership or event at your facility or moving on to the next club. [... more » ]
The PGA TOUR Tournaments Association recognized the charitable endeavors of member tournaments and announced its 2007 Board of Directors at its recent Annual Meeting, in Scottsdale, Ariz. [... more » ]
Barefoot Resort's Fazio Course deserves a spot in any Myrtle Beach Top 10. This visual wonder which forces plenty of interesting shots with its uneven lies and raised greens belongs like Jessica Simpson would in a Dumb Blonde Hall of Fame. [... more » ]
Most of the stories about Michelle Wie being accepted into Stanford repeated this same line: "Wie said she did not know what she would study, but narrowed it down to business, economics or marketing." One problem: Stanford doesn't offer majors in two of those fields. [... more » ]
The Wyndham Championship, in partnership with Dick Broadcasting, directed all proceeds from a two-day sale of tournament merchandise - certain to have collector's value in years to come - to the Kid's Path Holiday Cheer Program. [... more » ]