Golf News for Tuesday, April 18, 2006
"Receiving this award from my peers is a humbling honor. The golf industry is a special fellowship and I am very proud to be a part of it," said Ed Seay, president of Palmer Course Design. [... more » ]
TMIII wedges feature a Tour-preferred head shape and a framed, bead-blast face design. The wedges are available in three lofts and four finishes and offer bounces engineered for each head shape and loft. [... more » ]
"The PGA of America is proud to offer the PGA Home Library, a tremendous opportunity that enables golf enthusiasts everywhere to enjoy some of the rarest and most treasured literature in the game," said PGA President Roger Warren. [... more » ]
According to a company statement, "The two tournaments involved were won by players who have been well-known users of Lamkin grips in the past, and our staff was unaware that they were not playing our grips in those particular events." [... more » ]
“It’s taken hundreds of hours to compile these golf articles all into one place so that golfers can learn what they need to learn when they’re not on the course,” said Tom Antion, who operates the website and blog. [... more » ]
"We aim to provide a program that will be attractive to those people around the world and in Australia who want to get the absolute most out of their games and who want to see how good they can become," said Vic Shi, ITAGC principal. [... more » ]
With the Stay & Save offer, guests receive a voucher at check out which can be used at the resort's food and beverage outlets, the 18-hole Rookery golf course, the spa or any retail shops on property. [... more » ]
The 2005 event netted more than $290,000, a record-breaking amount, for the Detroit Police Athletic League. Available sponsorships for 2006 range from $2,500 to $12,000, with more than half already filled. [... more » ]
"Consumer response to the NXO Revolver Cart Bag has been tremendous, we feel this is a great opportunity for Bag Boy to give back to a wonderful cause that has touched so many lives worldwide," said Craig Ramsbottom, president of Bag Boy. [... more » ]