Golf News for Friday, February 17, 2006
Hall of Famer Sorenstam, the top-ranked woman golfer in the world, will play in the 15th annual Atlanta Charity Championship, hosted by Nancy Lopez and slated for April 17-23 at Eagle's Landing in Stockbridge, Ga. [... more » ]
"Sonartec is proud to contribute to the Johnnie Walker Champion's victory," said Sonartec VP for sales and marketing Bob Gotfredson. "Hopefully this is a sign of things to come for both the champion and Sonartec in 2006." [... more » ]
"Old Greenwood is to be commended for its commitment to environmentally sustainable building," said Rick Fedrizzi, head of the U.S. Green Building Council, which created Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification. [... more » ]
Mark Burchfield, who oversaw a $2.6 million golf-course renovation and construction project at the Victoria Club in Riverside, Calif., was named the 2005 Superintendent of the Year by Golfweek's SuperNews. [... more » ]
"Nicole Anderson is an inspiration to all volunteers on the Champions Tour," said Champions Tour President Rick George. "Her dedication and drive are incredible. She's a great person and a real asset to the 3M Championship." [... more » ]
The Room & Golf Package features a deluxe room at the Lodge at Molokai Ranch, one-day car rental and unlimited golf for two at the Kaluakoi Golf Course, the only course in Hawaii with five playing holes along the coastline. [... more » ]
"Our method allows guests to get on the golf course side by side with a golf professional to better understand how to play the game," said Hafeman, who played on the LPGA Tour from 1982 to 1985. [... more » ]
Constant talk of distance makes us forget that a guy can average 258 (Mike Weir) and can still win the Masters; that a guy who averages 251 (Todd Hamilton) can still win the British Open. There is still plenty of good golf to be played by the short-knocker, and I'm glad they're not totally extinct. [... more » ]
Scotland's 5-year-old golf prodigy Reece Campbell Murphy, nicknamed the Tiny Tiger Cub, takes on seven pros in seven days on seven of the finest courses in the home of golf to benefit the children's charity Barnardo's. [... more » ]