Golf News for Tuesday, March 7, 2006
"Women golfers have told us they want the same high-tech performance golf balls men play, but they want them to be designed for their style of play. We listened to them, and the result is the HX Pearl," said George Fellows, head of Callaway. [... more » ]
Robotic testing was conducted at an independent laboratory and demonstrated repeatedly that Element 21's Scandium Shock driver was approximately 3 times more accurate than titanium drivers. [... more » ]
"We're thrilled to be the site of the first David Leadbetter Golf Academy in Hawaii. This association with Mr. Leadbetter is a superb fit for a premium golf destination such as Wailea," said Anne Takabuki, president and chief operating officer of Wailea Golf LLC. [... more » ]
If you had more time, the best gear and access to top instruction, could you become a pro golfer? Lets find out. Follow the progress of an "average duffer" under the tutelage of Canadian pro Jon Roy online each week. [... more » ]
"Lee Trevino is a legend in the golf community," said Brian Fitzgerald, executive director of the AT&T Classic Pro-Am. "He continues to remain one of the top golfers in competition. [... more » ]
"Our peers have faced significant challenges. Labor is in short supply, so we saw this as a means to provide expertise in helping golf courses get back open," said Steve Sarro, superintendent of the Vail (Colo.) Golf Club. [... more » ]
A Chinese court convicted a golf retailer in Shanghai of selling counterfeit products bearing registered trademarks of members of the U.S. Golf Manufacturers Anti-Counterfeiting Working Group. [... more » ]
"They're the Academy Awards of the golf industry, and we were extremely pleased to have received the coveted award not once, but twice," said Asman. "It was very rewarding to be recognized by my peers." [... more » ]
Shareholders and investors in golfwear designer Ashworth are invited to listen in on a conference call and webcast review of the Company's first quarter fiscal year 2006 results on Thursday, March 9. [... more » ]
Years ago I e-mailed Penn & Teller asking to write a golf article about them, mentioning they could come up with a few clever golf bets. Imagine my shock when I saw their commercials where they coax Johnny Miller into a series of – you guessed it – clever golf bets. Gee. Wish I'd thought of that. [... more » ]
The Bay Hill Invitational will be concluding on the WBC's penultimate day. With a field devoid of big names like four-time champ Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and others, can it possibly compete with the WBC for viewers? I say yes. The WBC should be an unwatchable mess by its end. [... more » ]