Golf News for Friday, April 7, 2006
"The Z-design removes weight from the heel area of the clubs, shifting the center of gravity closer to the face center for a solid feel, more efficient energy transfer and consistent launch,"said Titleist VP Chris McGinley. [... more » ]
"As the courses get tougher and the field gets stronger, we see more Zero Friction Golf Tees put into play," said Mike Herron of Excel Golf Tee. "Controlling the ball is critical for success and Zero Friction tees were used just for that." [... more » ]
"Joan has an excellent history of managing and assisting the golf operations at some of the country’s most renowned courses," said Tim Madden, Equinox director of golf. "She is devoted to the game." [... more » ]
Join Silverado Resort's 7:30 a.m. shotgun tee-off on Sunday, April 23, for the special price of $85, which includes a cart. Then enjoy a meal at the resort's Grill at Silverado restaurant or visit the pro shop. [... more » ]
" 'The Big Break All Star Challenge' is one of the many benefits of hosting the Hootie & the Blowfish Monday After the Masters Celebrity Golf Tournament in Myrtle Beach," said Bill Golden, VP for Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday. [... more » ]
"The Markers has seen such enormous response from golf fanatics that we have officially sold out our Charter Membership," said Mitch Brinton, managing director and co-founder of The Markers. [... more » ]
"We're delighted to see so many Americans embracing the concept of home exchanging," said Lesley Walster, founder of Swapandstay.com. "We are pleased with the results after our first month." [... more » ]
More and more men, from Tiger Woods to the Cleveland Indians, are using this this exercise program to help them gain explosive strength, increase their range of motion and build stamina and energy. [... more » ]
Looking at the leaderboard after round 1, two guys caught my eye, Ben Crenshaw and Rich Beem. It's really cool to see Crenshaw tied for 8th. At 54, Ben still has some fight. And Beem? You're better off putting your money on Tom Lehman. Beem's not going to win another major. [... more » ]
Lehman gets shot at on tournament's eve and still manages to hold it together for a first-round 76. Meanwhile, Charles Howell comes in with an 80. David Duval manages a nifty 84. (Maybe, a reporter asked Duval a question on the way from the parking lot and completely shot his focus). [... more » ]
The May 3 tournament at Cedar Point will be a four-person, 36-hole scramble with a shotgun start at 4:30 p.m. Prizes will be awarded to the top three teams. Deadline for registration is Wednesday, April 19. [... more » ]
 
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