Golf News for Tuesday, May 2, 2006
"In today’s highly competitive field, PGA players need a winning edge, and for the second time this year, UST graphite shafts have helped a player achieve their first PGA Tour victory," said Gene Simpson, VP for UST. [... more » ]
"The Andalucia Open is the 12th international victory of the year for Rifle shafts, and we’re very proud the Rifle brand is becoming synonymous with winning on pro tours worldwide," says Ray Lucas, senior VP for Royal Precision. [... more » ]
"The Andalucia Open was a dramatic victory, and it’s very rewarding to see professional golfers trust Lamkin grips to provide tour-winning performance during such intense playoffs," said Bob Lamkin, head of Lamkin Grips. [... more » ]
"I am glad to be associated with such a fine line of equipment, which is really a perfect fit for Tour players. Feel, performance and tradition with a full line, it is just a great fit for me," said Powers. [... more » ]
Award-winning designer Ron Garl on golf and recovery in the New Orleans area. "The good news is they're ready for golfers," he said. Robert Lewis on "extreme golf." Chris Baldwin talks about golf in Palm Springs, Calif. And Shanks on his recent trip down the Robert Trent Jones Trail. [... more » ]
"Having someone of Charley’s teaching caliber will only enhance the Golf Academy’s reputation as the place in West Michigan to improve one’s game," said Terry Sack, general manager of the Meadows GC. [... more » ]
"We are delighted to have him join the Peninsula golf team," said Troy Flateau, the Peninsula’s director of golf. The Peninsula in Delaware is a luxury gated community with the state's first Nicklaus Signature course. [... more » ]
James W. Brandt He was president of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) in 1968. He was the recipient of the GCSAA Distinguished Service Award in 1989. [... more » ]
Tee Off in Oslo, Norway, will serve as the region’s master distributor for Accu-Length, identifying retailers and distributors throughout the region to represent the award-winning expandable junior golf clubs. [... more » ]
"After being given instructions and executing a great swing, a visual learner will say, 'Oh, okay, I see what you mean,' An auditory learner will say, 'I hear what you saying,' and a kinetic learner will say, 'Oh yeah, I can feel that swing.' " said Marc Solomon, founder of Golf Made Simple. [... more » ]
John Daly is becoming less and less the lovable character and more the screwed up moron every day. The latest is Daly writing in his new book that he lost between $50 and $60 million gambling. [... more » ]
 
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