Golf News for Tuesday, February 28, 2006
"The Expo gives us the opportunity to meet directly with the clubmakers and share information on the new technology and product lines that we've introduced for 2006," said Todd Cassidy, VP of AccuFLEX. [... more » ]
"The Expo brings together the world’s best clubmakers and suppliers each year. The exchange of information among industry leaders at the show is second to none," said Jeff Jackson, Tour Golf’s director of marketing. [... more » ]
TaylorMade-adidas Tour Staff pro Loren Roberts became the first player in Champions Tour history to win the first three official events on the schedule, the ACE Group Classic, MasterCard Championship and Turtle Bay Championship. [... more » ]
In addition to the reliance on Titleist golf balls, Titleist golf clubs also proved valuable in the success of the top three finishers at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, Geoff Ogilvy, Davis Love III and Zach Johnson. [... more » ]
"The WGC-Accenture is another great win, and we’re very excited to see our technology and innovation in steel shaft design deliver superior performance at the highest levels of the game," said Ray Lucas, senior VP for Royal Precision. [... more » ]
"My main design criterion was to make it stylish and functional. I looked at things that had been patented and it made the golfer look like a Mexican bandito with tees and tools strung everywhere," said Keith Foley, inventor of the G-Clip. [... more » ]
"Our resort sits on 500 beautiful acres, located at Shingle Creek, the headwaters of the Everglades so its only fitting that we offer our guests the chance to experience the luxury of some of the natural surroundings," said Marc Hoffman, managing director of Grande Lakes Orlando. [... more » ], an online community of 3,350 members, is upgrading its site to offer members the ability to post scores and keep stats online for free, plus get a USGA handicap for a small annual fee. [... more » ]
The Golfbuzz social networking funcitonality enables golfers to plan rounds, write reviews, communicate with their personal network of golfing friends, and more. Golf clubs can keep their course profiles up to date. [... more » ]
Down in Costa Rica you can spend your days surfing and golfing and your nights crumpled in agonizing pain like the Cheap Bastard. (Then again, not everyone believes that eating Chocodiles - the greatest food in the history of foods - is considered a form of exercise.) [... more » ]
5th Avenue Gourmet Wine Cafe right in the heart of downtown Scottsdale is one of those places you can brag to your friends about being in on. No fancy foods or wine pretentiousness here. Just high quality food and reasonable wines by the glass. [... more » ]