Golf News for Monday, February 6, 2006
"ClimaCool Motion is geared towards the aggressive, athletic golfer," said Patricia Dahan, director of global apparel for adidas Golf. "Here at adidas Golf, we design ClimaCool as equipment for the body." [... more » ]
"The Regripper Tool is an all-new, inexpensive method to regrip golf clubs in less time than with the standard old conventional way," said Corey Majcher, customer service manager for Joe Golf. [... more » ]
"The Clubface Assistant is a great training aid. Not only does it help you recognise face angle, but it also gives you great feel for the clubhead," said golf professional Paul Wilson. [... more » ]
"Golf products are a huge part of ebay sales. Customers who would not have otherwise become aware of Tour Golf can now shop for golf equipment any time of the day or night," said Jeff Jackson, director of marketing for Tour Golf. [... more » ]
"We are very pleased to have someone of Ralph’s caliber as a part of our team. He is an exceptional sales strategist. As we move forward with our expansion plans into other geographic areas, he will play a pivotal role," said Bill Hamlin, CEO of GTPS. [... more » ]
The "Winter Hot Deal" packages at Pawleys Plantation in Pawleys Island, S.C., include the room rate, one round of golf, greens fees, cart fees and breakfast. A two-night minimum stay is required. [... more » ]
Thousands of golf enthusiasts will flock to the West Michigan Golf Show Feb. 10-12 at the DeVos Place in downtown Grand Rapids to partake of hundreds of exhibits, clinics and free golf lessons, equipment and merchandise bargains, and contests. [... more » ]
The Nicklaus Course at Bay Point, measuring more than 7,000 yards with putting surfaces that result in faster, smoother greens, also features “illusionary” bunkers, strategically placed to tempt golfers through a “risk/reward” scenario. [... more » ]
Mountain Branch in Joppa, Md., is offering a range of programs tailored to individual golfers, including private instruction, group lessons, ladies clinics and juniors clinics. Its professional staff is made up of PGA members and apprentices. [... more » ]
The PGA Tour bears some responsibility for these outrages. They could help alter his behavior by penalizing him severely when he withdraws mid-round as he has done many, many times before. What does a rich man care about a piddly little fine? How about a suspension instead? [... more » ]
According to the GQ article naming Phil Mickelson one of the most hated guys in sports, the other players on the PGA Tour call him "FIGJAM," which stands for "F**k I'm great, just ask me." [... more » ]