Golf News for Thursday, April 20, 2006
Available through, G.R.I.P.'s new, innovative golf club offerings include its G.R.I.P. Hyper Steel Hybrids, G.R.I.P. CNC Milled Wedges and the G.R.I.P. Sweetness Putter. [... more » ]
"UST shafts delivered their fifth win in nine weeks, and no other graphite shaft manufacturer has won more PGA events during that stretch," said Stacey Benvenuto, PGA Tour representative for UST. [... more » ]
Created in South Africa, QOLF has evolved into a widely accepted leisure activity for golfers and nongolfers alike, offering a fast paced, fun and easy-to-learn alternative to the links. [... more » ]
Balance-Certified Golf has increased on-hand inventory kept in stock at their shipping facility, increased their sales support personnel, and streamlined their web-based sales management system, said Jeff Lindner, BCG president. [... more » ]
Located in Newark, Delaware, the 18-hole daily fee Deerfield Golf & Tennis Club opened to the public on April 14, 2006, under the new Forewinds Management team, led by Jeff Andrews as general manager. [... more » ]
Jerry Kaufman, CEO and Chairman of The Kaufman Organization, the developer of The Blue, has announced that Jim McLean, Founder and Owner of the Jim McLean Golf Schools, will be an owner as well as one of their more public faces. [... more » ]
MotionCoach is a golf swing visual tool used by golf instructors to make their instruction more effective. The golfer’s swing is captured on video and then visual analysis tools are used to show the faults in the swing. [... more » ]
Becky Lucidi, who had earned a second shot at chasing her Big Break dream when she topped the field in a special play-back episode two weeks ago, was unable to survive Tuesday’s test of distance control. [... more » ]
“What makes our course unique is the scenery and amazing wildlife. Angel Fire is committed to providing the ultimate golf experience while protecting natural habitat,” said John Greene, course superintendent at Angel Fire Resort. [... more » ]
No one can take issue with the story of Duece, the golf-ball chasing mongrel in South Wales. Well, nobody except for cat lovers, that is. [... more » ]
You'd think Phil Mickelson would be satisfied with his sudden majors success. After the Masters, it'd be reasonable to assume he'd carry two drivers the rest of his life. But no. [... more » ]