Golf News for Wednesday, February 22, 2006
Donald Trump recently called golf writer Chris Baldwin to discuss's Top 10 Southern California Golf Courses story. The billionaire business tycoon/reality TV star/budding golf mogul specifically asked why his Trump National L.A. is not on the list. [... more » ]
"Part One of being on the Top 100 is about process: understanding equipment, incorporating the latest technology such as launch monitors, and providing first-class facilities and service. Part Two is about integrity," said Jennifer King, president of KZG. [... more » ]
"Today's educated golfers know that the ability to change ball flight by moving weights allows them to play better golf. The age of adjustability is here, and Tour Golf's Limited Edition line maximizes that technology," said Wayne Lin, CEO of Tour Golf. [... more » ]
Sabbatini, who switched to the SasQuatch Tour Driver in 2005, has performed skillfully since the beginning of the season, having posted two runner-up finishes prior to last week's one-stroke victory at the Nissan Open. [... more » ]
"Paul Bogin's business acumen, leadership and invaluable counsel to The PGA of America enabled our association to continue its journey of success both in industry growth and prominence, and ensured financial stability in the 21st century," said PGA CEO Joe Steranka. [... more » ]
"Golfers are hungry for short game solutions that go beyond superficial raw finishes and 'voodoo' metallurgy,” said Terry Koehler, president of Eidolon. “Our patented V-SOLE wedges represent a genuine technological design advancement." [... more » ]
"With our rapidly expanding account base and constant requests for appointments in areas we have limited representation, we have joined to expand our sales force," said Geoff M. Stiles, VP sales and marketing for Aureus. [... more » ]
Formby is one of six venues named by the Royal &Ancient to host championships and international matches in 2009, the others being Sunningdale (New Course), Royal St George's, Prestwick and Prestwick St. Nicholas, Blairgowrie (Rosemont) and Ganton. [... more » ]
Back when he was racking up wins, David Duval was a cold and distant figure on the tour. Those wraparound sunglasses symbolized his determination to keep the world at arm's length. By most accounts he's a nicer and more relaxed person today. He's become a more balanced human being with varied interests. [... more » ]
For the last few years, golfers haven't always walked away from Badlands Golf Club happy with its conditions. That's no longer the case. The course has been in great shape all season and is recreating some of the buzz it earned around its 1995 opening. [... more » ]
"The Illinois PGA is proud to be the first PGA section to conduct a Youth Skills Challenge tied directly to the PGA Championship," said Michael Miller, executive director of the Illinois PGA. [... more » ]