Golf News for Thursday, May 18, 2006
The club on the north west coast of County Donegal, Ireland, has firm ambitions to host further European Tour events, and this significant investment in the Old Links is testament to its aspirations. [... more » ]
"For visitors, playing golf at night is a surreal experience -- it’s beautiful to see the sun go down, but to finish your round as the sun is rising again is magical," said Anssi Kankkonen, director of golf at Linna. [... more » ]
"There’s not a hotter grip on the tour today than Lamkin, and we’re very excited to celebrate another win at the Michelob Ultra Open," said Bob Lamkin, president and CEO of Lamkin Corp. [... more » ]
"We are very excited about the top clubs that are installing our System. Three of the next four PGA Tour stops will be played on Laser Linked courses," said Dan Steiner, vice president of Laser Link Golf. [... more » ]
"In light of The PGA of America's 90th anniversary in 2006, it seems only fitting that its chief operating officer should become part of the advisory council," said Greg Norman, chairman of the advisory council. [... more » ]
Robertson's responsibilities include coordinating all aspects of marketing for the resort and real estate properties at Sea Trail in N.C. Other duties will include working with area golf directors on package play. [... more » ]
"We are thrilled to be able to improve our already-strong In Stock Program for our loyal customers for 2006-2007," said Todd Martin, Fairway & Greene’s executive vice president. [... more » ]
"The artistic botanical designs of Fairway Skins gloves are just stunning," said Helaine Strauss, owner of The Nines, a golf and ski shop with two New York locations. "They make a wonderful gift. I’ve already had to reorder." [... more » ]
A golf and residential community, the Territory has a Randy Heckenkemper-designed course as its centerpiece, in addition to offering fine dining and other family-friendly leisure activities such as swimming and lawn croquet. [... more » ]
It appears that the none other than the LPGA STILL hasn’t figured out what this whiz-bang fad called the Internet is all about. Golf courses and resorts have figured out how important an online presence is for business. The LPGA is apparently not as bright. [... more » ]
I agree with the LPGA's stance not to issue credentials for bloggers. Let's be honest here: a great many bloggers have zero experience or expertise. What does it take to be a blogger? A PC and a mouth. Nothing more. Besides, there are so many of them, they're like stray dogs. [... more » ]