Golf News for Friday, March 31, 2006
"Our new X-Tour Wedges are an example of how technology combines with human elements ... to create a great product," said George Fellows, head of Callaway. "It's what makes these wedges special and why we think they will become short-game classics." [... more » ]
"We are now properly set up to handle domestic and international sales," stated Dr. Natalyia Hearn, E21's CEO and president. "These moves are essential to our ability to successfully meet current and future product demand." [... more » ]
A PGA study found that EWGA members spent on average $3,993 on golf fees, lessons, equipment and food and beverage in the past 12 months. And 63% also reported $2,212 spent on golf-related travel. [... more » ]
The PGA of America, Golf Digest, The Golf Channel and Golf for Women are again working together to offer Free Lesson Month, with free 10-minute lessons given throughout the month of May. [... more » ]
Heads up, all you Rush Limbaugh critics, those of you who complained that a story on him promoted his racist and sexist views: Liberal spokesman Al Franken has responded. [... more » ]
At some point, Phil Mickelson must have gotten tired of hearing what a phony he is. I guess Lefty decided to get people's mind back on his game. [... more » ]
Felica Bradford, head of Progressive Women's Network, said Bo's Place is an extraordinary organization. The tournament is an opportunity for Houston corporate and business leaders, and Houstonians to support their community. [... more » ]
"This is a fantastic opportunity to have a strong female role model help raise funds and support for numerous women's charities across Canada," said Sylvia Chrominska, executive VP at Scotiabank. [... more » ]
"People kept asking us if we would consider doing a singles golf tournament. When we surveyed our members we found there was a high level of interest for such an singles golf tournament," said Mike Wyman, co-owner of [... more » ]
Most golfers have 13 different swings for the 13 woods and irons in their bag. When each Golf Made Simple student returns home to practice the skills they learned, they have one swing for those same 13 clubs. [... more » ]
"We noticed several major resorts offering unlimited golf, cart, lodging and breakfast for $109 per day," said golf pro John Kuzewski. "We commented, they are just about giving their golf away. So we decided to really give our golf away!" [... more » ]