Golf News for Thursday, December 7, 2006
"I am confident that the 'Shuttle M-Sole' will be the first product to capture the imagination of golfers here in the U.S. and we are proud to introduce this technology to America," said Jimmy Chao, Maruman Global CEO. [... more » ]
"We are pleased that golfers in Central and South America now will be joining their counterparts worldwide in enjoying the features SureShot GPS offers," said Simon Webb, co-founder of SureShot GPS. [... more » ]
Marriott Golf, the world’s largest resort golf management company, announced that Andy Mitchell has been named Director of Golf at Grande Pines Golf Club in Orlando, one of the premier golf courses in Central Florida. [... more » ]
"We hope Vaughn has a relaxing and productive off-season and we can't wait to watch him excel in 2007!" said Jim Grundberg, Managing Director of SeeMore Golf. Taylor regularly uses a SeeMore putter. [... more » ]
"It is the ideal setting for us to reach the greatest number of PGA members, instructors and fitness experts, in an effort to educate them on the importance of golf fitness," said Titleist Performance Institute Co-Founder Dave Phillips. [... more » ]
"Some of the more edgy pros started sporting the belts this past month and they are one of many new items slated to launch in 2007," said Helena Stanton, owner and President of Rocket Tour Golf, Inc. [... more » ]
"We’ve dipped into the holiday war chest and hired three of the most persuasive and colorful salespersons," said Dancin’ Dogg President Russell Edens. "We’re pleased to offer, at no cost, the services of Message Fish, MegaPhoney Man and Pseudo Santa.” [... more » ]
"They came charging up to the green, took my shoes off – which was considerate- and carried me to the water and tossed me in," said Bri Vega about the demonstrative victory celebration. "I won and that was it." [... more » ]
Ernie Els was supposed to be on the comeback trail. He won the Alfred Dunhill last December after a five-month layoff due to a knee injury. It was the second tourney after his comeback. Then he finished second in the South Africa Open. Since then – zip. No wins in 2006. [... more » ] has a deal on some Adidas Men's golf shoes for the intoxicatingly low price of just $37. Check out the site for more great deals, and have some fun this New Years. But remember, friends don't let friends drink and go on national TV with a bunch of annoying chicks. [... more » ]