Golf News for Tuesday, May 16, 2006
"We conducted an extensive, national search and found that Pam was the best candidate to lead the EWGA into the future," said Penny Hulbert, president of the EWGA board of directors. [... more » ]
"My vision for Basin Harbor Club is to uphold the traditions that guests and members have come to expect, and to introduce new programs that keep the golf experience here fresh and exciting," said Slusser. [... more » ]
"ACE is very pleased to announce the extension to our title sponsorship of this outstanding Champions Tour event. For all of us at ACE, the Classic has become an annual highlight," said Evan Greenberg, head of ACE Limited. [... more » ]
The July 9-13 festival, sponsored by Callaway Golf and EZGO, attracts some 200 golfers from across the nation for a 54-hole pro-am tournament at the Greenbrier resort in the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia. [... more » ]
"It is a feather in our cap to be co-hosting this distinguished group. Some of the top manufacturers in the business will be here to demo their products on our ranges," said Tom Parsons, National's director of golf. [... more » ]
By winning her local qualifier, Michelle Wie is one step closer to play in both the men's and women's U.S. Opens this year. [... more » ]
One part of golf that separates the amateur from PGA tour professionals is the pros' ability to perform under all kinds of stress, find out how on this week's Golf for Beginners Podcast! [... more » ]
"The comfort and performance benefits of plastic cleats for golfers is unmatched, and that is evident by the fact that most green grass, as well as off-course retailers, no longer sell metal spikes," said Dan Tilton VP of Pride Sports. [... more » ]
On Fathers' Day, June 18, Shingle Creek Golf Club and the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort in Orlando, Fla., invite dads to play golf for free at the award-winning course with accompanying spouse, child or parent. [... more » ]
Tillinghast: Creator of Golf Courses is the first full biography of an American golf course architect, and The United States AMATEUR: The History and Personal Recollections of Its Champions is the first comprehensive history of the tournament. [... more » ]
The funds raised from the June 5 Screen Door Open Charity Pro-AM Golf Tournament go to support the development of the Junior Golf Programs of the Northern Texas PGA Junior Golf Foundation. [... more » ]