Golf News for Wednesday, May 17, 2006
Brett Wetterich, who relies upon the Pro V1x golf ball, rallied from three shots back with nine holes to play to capture the EDS Byron Nelson Championship by one shot for his first career PGA Tour title. [... more » ]
"The competition was extremely tight at the Byron Nelson, and we congratulate this year’s champion on his exciting, first win," said Ray Lucas, executive VP of sales and marketing for Royal Precision. [... more » ]
"The demand to make hybrids and fairway woods easier to control has never been greater, and the new V2 Hybrid shafts meet that demand with spectacular playability," said Gene Simpson, VP for UST. [... more » ]
"We've addressed and improved every aspect of putter design and performance so that ... golfers can line up and knock down more putts from anywhere on the green," said Jeff Harmet, president of Cobra Golf. [... more » ]
Private Quarters Club represents a rare opportunity for golfers and their families to enjoy world-class golf and elegant surroundings through the exclusive benefits of a private residence club. [... more » ]
"It’s a privilege to be part of this partnership as we value the PGA of America’s unwavering commitment to advancing excellence in the game of golf," said Ernest Johnson, Cutter & Buck’s CEO. [... more » ]
In his new role, Todd oversees golf operations at the premier golf destination in the northeast. Turning Stone operates three 18-hole courses and is the home of the annual New York State PGA Championship. [... more » ]
The Westin and Sheraton Grand Bahama Island Our Lucaya Resort is celebrating rising temperatures with a Summer Fun package with special rates on luxury accommodations and a resort activity credit. [... more » ]
Made from Surlyn material and featuring a unique dimple pattern, QOLFballs offer true ball flight and trajectory, while providing an authentic feel off the club face. They are available in 4, 8 and 12 packs. [... more » ]
So the LPGA wants us to blog about and podcast the event on the website which has approximately 2.5 million readers but won't allow us to interview the golfers!? [... more » ]
Women's golf remains a niche sport, with the hardcore golf and women's sports nuts making up its fan base. The LPGA needs blogger/podcasters like Barry and Stacy to spread the word. [... more » ]