Golf News for Tuesday, February 21, 2006
Capitalising on the success of the original CPR, which was named Golf Digest's 2004 Hybrid of the Year, and the recent CPR 2, Nike Golf has added the CPR 3 Iron-Woods and Woods to its repertoire of CPR Hybrids. [... more » ]
When long-time Titleist golf ball loyalist Loren Roberts relied upon the Pro V1 to capture the Ace Group Classic on the Champions Tour, he became the first player to win three consecutive events to start the season. [... more » ]
"The Nissan Open was a terrific demonstration of a skilled player winning a tough tournament by utilizing all the tools at his disposal, including superior grip technology," said Bob Lamkin, president and CEO of Lamkin. [... more » ]
"The firefighters are an inspirational group of people to be around, and we are proud to be a part of what is one of the biggest events on the Myrtle Beach calendar," said Bill Golden, VP and director of marketing for Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday. [... more » ]
Michael Curtain, Craig Scott and Heath Streat shot four under 66 to share first prize in the Complete Tyre & Auto Care Trafalgar Pro-Am held Feb. 15 at the Trafalgar Golf Club in Victoria, Australia. [... more » ]
"We’re extremely pleased the NCAA again has honored Grand Valley State University and The Meadows," said Terry Sack, general manager of The Meadows. "We’re dedicated to hosting a first-class championship." [... more » ]
With Sony's HDV 1080i Camcorder, you can record slow-motion video using the model's smooth slow record function, which plays back three seconds of video in 12 seconds -- ideal for analyzing your golf swing or tennis back-hand. [... more » ]
"If you love to play golf, a good umbrella is a 'must have' in your golf bag. When you add putting/chipping targets as a feature, you have much more than an ordinary umbrella -- you have a tool that helps lower your scores," said Tim Fries, PGA pro. [... more » ]
Golf takes discipline, concentration and patience -- character traits that Asian cultures tend to reinforce -- and golf doesn't place as big a premium on size and strength as many other sports do. Experts predict the 21st century will be the Asian Century. We're seeing it already in golf. [... more » ]
Gowdy was there when radio and television were young and he was part of making baseball, as well as every other sport he announced, seem more regal. New announcers will come and some carve themselves a niche, but you're not going to see any more Curt Gowdys. [... more » ]
Sorenstam is certain to be a strong contender to claim her second Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year Award, to be announced in May. The final qualifying date, Feb. 28, is one month later than usual to include the Winter Olympics. [... more » ]