Golf News for Thursday, April 13, 2006
The latest episode of Golf Gear News, host Bruce Stasch talks about Tiger's poor choice of words, what makes a women's golf course, Innovex Golf buying out investors, Donald Trump's latest shrine to his ego, and more. [... more » ]
"The number of Top 25 PGA Tour pros playing UST graphite shafts has grown significantly this year, and we’re very excited over the enthusiasm that UST shafts are generating week after week," said Gene Simpson, VP for UST. [... more » ]
"This is a big deal for us. With P3ProSwing we now are selling clubs faster and more easily. Our customers are excited about it; they enjoy seeing their precise swing information displayed," said shop manager John Johnson. [... more » ]
The USGA came up with a new philosophy about rough heights at the U.S. Open and is asking Winged Foot super Eric Greytok to create two distinct cuts for the primary rough in addition to an intermediate cut. [... more » ]
"I think the players will notice a different golf course from 1999 when they come here," said Rees Jones. "When players return here, they're going to really see a different golf course, a golf course that really has more definition." [... more » ]
After two decades, the Coeur d'Alene Resort is only getting better with age. A $20 million expansion and renovation will be ready when the resort celebrates its 20th anniversary this summer. [... more » ]
"The partnership with Buffalo Communications is an extension of a commitment to introduce our distinctive combination of performance, fit and fashion to a wider audience," said Ralph Dunning, head of Dunning Golf.. [... more » ]
Based in Dallas, Texas, Robert Conyers will offer the K Dreyer Golf Apparel line to better pro shops and resorts in Texas. He will also maintain a showroom in the Dallas Market Center. [... more » ]
"We are absolutely thrilled to be chosen by Nakheel for this project which will undoubtedly become one of the world’s premier golfing developments," said Gordon Turley, a Mott MacDonald regional director. [... more » ]
What is it with 60 Minutes and its sudden rash of fawning golf "interviews"? First we had Ed Bradley all but begging Tiger Woods to let him be the godfather of his future kids. Now, it's Wie love. Can we leave the sports to people who will actual cover it with some objectivity? [... more » ]
While there are all-male golf clubs throughout the U.S., it's not as though the vast majority of clubs are looking to do the same. They'll gladly take a woman's money. Much like we shouldn't question the right of Curves to exist in current form, it comes down to common sense. [... more » ]