Golf News for Wednesday, April 12, 2006
"Our success on the professional tours, combined with our grassroots programs has created strong brand awareness for YES! Golf," said Dave Richardson, sales director of YES! [... more » ]
"The protection of brand identity is a crucial part of conducting business online. Our solutions are designed to protect global companies like TaylorMade Golf." said Mark Shull, CEO of MarkMonitor. [... more » ]
"Byron is an extraordinary humanitarian who happens to be a legendary golfer," said U.S. Representative Michael C. Burgess of Texas, who seeks to nominate Nelson for his charitable contributions to the nation. [... more » ]
The 76-year-old Palmer will join a list of legendary performers competing in the 67th Senior PGA Championship, which takes place May 25-28, 2006, at Oak Tree Golf Club in Edmond, Okla. [... more » ]
The golf symposiums will be held on the third Saturday of each month, from April 15 through Sept.15. Golfers will enjoy special guest presenters and a different theme will be discussed each month. [... more » ]
"I am extremely pleased that we have been able to partner with FSN in bringing the US Pro Golf Tour into the homes of golf fans across the country," said R. Thomas Kidd, US Pro Golf Tour CEO. [... more » ]
"This year, we plan on hosting three events: Central Oregon on May 6 and Tamarack on May 20 [the first, in Washington state, was held at Summit At Snoqualmie and Golf Club at Newcastle on April 1]," said owner and founder Doug Fish. [... more » ]
"Our 'land-based' approach to course building worked particularly well at Lederach, and players can expect to find many opportunities to play shots they won't get to try at other courses," said course architect Kelly Blake Moran. [... more » ]
Mickelson claimed his second green jacket because he refused to blow up under pressure. A round of 69 is not a "gimme." In the game of golf it's the person who makes the fewest mistakes that puts a checkmark in the "win" column - not just at Augusta National. [... more » ]
UK golf writer John Huggan on U.S. Ryder Cup Captain Tom Lehman: "The last thing the always-volatile Ryder Cup needs right now is a team captain who doesn't know how to control himself in stressful situations or, indeed, when to keep his big mouth shut." [... more » ]
The Peninsula on the Indian River Bay is Delaware’s first private gated, luxury residential golf resort, set on nearly 800 acres and surrounded by water on three sides. The centerpiece of The Peninsula will be Delaware’s first private Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, managed by Troon Golf. [... more » ]