Golf News for Tuesday, April 4, 2006
"More of the world’s best players are choosing to play Rifle steel shafts," said Ray Lucas, senior VP. “The commanding victory at the BellSouth is yet another strong demonstration of the superior quality and technology of Rifle shafts." [... more » ]
In honor of spring, Stacy and Barry discuss solid practice routines on the driving range. Their "mini tour" gets started. They also talk about their favorite picks for the Masters. Being a true lefty, you can probably guess Stacy's choice to win this year at Augusta. A hint? He's the guy who tore up the course at the BellSouth Classic! [... more » ]
"Given the quality and breadth of the towel products offered by both companies, Devant’s acquisition of Sir Christopher makes tremendous sense," said Robert Hopper, head of Sir Christopher Hatton. [... more » ]
"We've spent the last few months fine tuning our operations and we're confident now that we can increase our volume without compromising customer service at the same time," said says Gary Kelly of [... more » ]
"Our goal is to create the greatest links golf courses in Scotland as part of a golf development that will become the finest in Europe, if not the world,"said Ashley Cooper, executive VP for the Trump Organization. [... more » ]
Year-to-date, same-store rounds show an increase of 15.4% over the same period last year. February rounds increased 3.6% vs. February 2005, and rounds were also in positive territory in January. [... more » ]
Based in Ft. Myers, Fla., Kennedy will offer the K Dreyer Golf Apparel line to better pro shops in south Florida. She will be displaying K Dreyer at upcoming trade shows in Naples, Ft. Myers, Sarasota and West Palm Beach. [... more » ]
"We witnessed some outstanding performances from these young golfers, but at the end of the day I think everyone who participated was a winner," said Mutual of Omaha General Manager George Salvador. [... more » ]
The Master’s Grip has 67 one-page devotions showing parallels between life, golf and faith from golfers such as Jack Nicklaus, Tommy Armour, Lanny Watkins, Bobby Jones, Arnold Palmer and Ernie Els. [... more » ]
Every time Michelle Wie loses, she learns something. So far, she has only learned how to lose. This time, was different. Yes, she lost, but she gave it a good effort instead of choking like she's done in the past. I think the girl could be -- might be -- learning how to deal with pressure. [... more » ]
One day, when sanity prevails, the Golfer Supremacy Rankings will be the only rankings with any real importance. Until then, we here at the GSR's keep plugging away, ignoring criticism and bad reviews. Just like David Lee Roth. At no. 1, Tiger Woods, at no. 2 ... [... more » ]