Golf News for Monday, February 27, 2006
"We are delighted with Accenture's extension of its sponsorship, continuing what has been a wonderful partnership," said PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem on behalf of the International Federation of PGA Tours. [... more » ]
"Maxfli needs a spark in the marketplace, and we believe that John can deliver it," said Mark King, head of TaylorMade-adidas. "He's one of the game's true icons, and as such he resonates with a broad cross-section of consumers." [... more » ]
"Anyone looking for state of the art engineering with friendly, easy-to-hit shots can benefit from this club. RPM is the perfect driver for golfers looking for maximum forgiveness and distance," said Chip Brewer, CEO of Adams Golf. [... more » ]
"We are enthused about attending the 2006 Professional Clubmakers Society Expo and presenting the most sophisticated putter-fitting analysis tool available today," said Sentient Sports President Mike Olsen. [... more » ]
"We set out to develop a practice platform that can best simulate the reality a golfer is faced with in a typical round," said Criag Utlaut, GP3 co-founder. "In 30 minutes a golfer can experience all lies that would occur in a four-hour round." [... more » ]
Raymond Bolo, Thomas Chisholm, John Grace, John Morse and Jeanne Myers were all welcomed into the Michigan Golf Hall of Fame as the 2006 inductees. [... more » ]
The gross proceeds of the "Housewarming for Habitat" celebrity charity auction on eBay will be donated to the Habitat for Humanity fund to rebuild homes obliterated by hurricanes Katrina and Rita. [... more » ]
"We’re thrilled to bring Mutual of Omaha Drive, Chip & Putt to Tucson," said George Salvador, Mutual of Omaha general manager. "Everyone is a winner in this fun and rewarding program for kids between the ages of 7 and 14." [... more » ]
Executive Golf Tours, which has been offering golf, fishing and sightseeing tours to the U.K. and Ireland for more than 20 years, is seeking new partners. The company offers two options for its business offer. [... more » ]
The World Golf Rankings were quite the topic of conversation at the Fields Open, and just about every reporter was asking just about every player their thoughts. Everyone I talked to thought they were “a little off.” [... more » ]
Jerry Pate won today. Not always the most humble guy, he was Payne Stewart before Payne was Payne, and long after Payne stopped being Payne (you follow me?) However, the win is still pretty cool. [... more » ]