Golf News for Tuesday, April 25, 2006
Golfer/blogger Luke Swilor talks about life in the mini-tours. Are knock-off clubs for you? Bruce Stasch gives his opinion. Dave Berner talks about the Big Break tryout process with a show executive and a hopeful for the senior edition. [... more » ]
All Limited Edition EMS+ heads offer multiple weighting technology. By changing the weights, a golfer may be able to create a heavier or lighter club feel which may, in turn, have an influence on how well he or she swings the club. [... more » ]
"The Rifle Project X is the hottest steel shaft in golf today, and we’re very excited the technology and engineering we’ve incorporated into the design has delivered another dominating victory on Tour," said Ray Lucas, executive VP for Royal Precision. [... more » ]
"I switched to the Titleist 905R driver last week and that seemed to help me. I felt comfortable and capitalized on it by hitting some clutch drives. I made a lot of putts, too. You have to do that to win tournaments out here," said Haas. [... more » ]
"The clubhouse groundbreaking is a historic and extremely exciting time for Coral Creek Club," said Michael Zmetrovich, CEO of Trophy Golf Management. "It will be a magnificent addition to the club’s already outstanding facilities." [... more » ]
In New Jersey, Pine Barrens (Jackson), Twisted Dune (Egg Harbor Twp.) and Pine Hill GC (Pine Hill) were rated among the best public-access courses, and Branton Woods (Hopewell Junction) made the list in New York. [... more » ]
After putting €1 into the slot of the Oncourse golf ball machine, which can be placed at the 1st and 10th tee, golfers will receive one 2-piece, 90-compression top-quality tournament golf ball. [... more » ]
Located in the heart of Texas Hill Country, Barton Creek Resort & Spa combines impeccable service with its classic brand of Austin casual elegance set in luxurious surroundings, plus 72 holes of nationally acclaimed championship golf. [... more » ]
"This state-of-the-art site takes visitors on a journey to Seaview, enabling them to easily capture the essence of this historic, luxury destination," said Tim Cahill, director of marketing for Seaview Resort & Spa. [... more » ]
Try to hit all the best Las Vegas area golf courses by cab and you'll see the trip costs skyrocket. The $30 per day on a rental car more than proves worthwhile. Plus, Vegas cab drivers are about as unbiased as most of Sin City's major casino golf desks with their "friendly advice." [... more » ]
It's hard to imagine what the PGA of America has been looking for when they bypassed Larry Nelson as a potential Ryder Cup team captain so many times. We are talking about a three-time major winner, and a guy with one of the best Ryder Cup records in U.S. history at 9-3-1. [... more » ]
"I encourage all women who care about golf to consider joining a local chapter. And if there isn’t one in your area, start one. Maybe you’ll be the membership recruiter of the year and win the chance to play golf with me," said Sheehan. [... more » ]