Golf News for Tuesday, March 28, 2006
"The Kraft Nabisco Championship has worked hard to create a tournament week like no other for our 35th anniversary. We have a lot of exciting activities planned," said Terry Wilcox, tournament director. [... more » ]
"David comes to Reunion from one of our premier properties and brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience in the private club industry," said Honours CEO Bob Barrett. "He will be a great asset to the club." [... more » ]
New and gently used clubs and other sports equipment will be collected during the week of the BellSouth Classic, March 27-April 2, 2006. The gear will be donated to military installations in the Southeast. [... more » ]
The Myers family also owns Maplewood Golf Club in Delaware County. The Myers say they plan to upgrade the 141-acre course, which is the home course for several golf teams, including the Ball State University team. [... more » ]
Doggie Driver lets you practice your golf swing while exercising your dog. It doesn't get any better than that! A special opening at the club's base holds a tennis ball. Swinging the driver slings the ball up to 100 yards. [... more » ]
"This foray into the equipment side will be a wonderful extension to what we already have done of the facility side of selling golf. We look forward to this relationship," said Andrew Wood, head of Legendary Marketing. [... more » ]
"These students have learned the skills necessary for performing re-shafting, re-gripping, loft/lie adjustments and all repair techniques for today’s modern golf clubs," said Paul Bessler, the institute's director of instruction. [... more » ]
"I can't guarantee that you will win all the time, that's up to you by practicing your skill, but I do guarantee that you will enjoy the journey to your success a whole lot more," said Shailes McWan. [... more » ]
Listen here to radio host Rush Limbaugh talking on the air about comments he made to's Chris Baldwin when asked about teen golf (or marketing?) phenom Michelle Wie. [... more » ]
Shock waves rippled through the cosmos when Jean Van de Velde captured his first victory in more than a decade, then George Mason U. handed it to mighty Connecticut to move into the Final Four, then Stephen Ames somehow channels the spirit of Ben Hogan and wins The Players Championship! [... more » ]