Golf News for Wednesday, May 24, 2006
"People come to Myrtle Beach to play golf and like it so much that they decide to purchase a vacation home or relocate here," said Bill Golden, Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday's VP and director of marketing. [... more » ]
Host Bruce Stasch continues the GOLF GEAR DADDY GIVE-A-WAY. He also reports on Tim Herron winning the Colonial, the end of Greg Norman's marriage, and Donald Trump pissing off the neighbors again. Also: an online eulogy for Earl Woods. [... more » ]
The 24-year-old Mexican national, who has finished 1st or 2nd in her last six LPGA events, once again used the famous Sonartec Md Hybrid as her go-to club. [... more » ]
"This is one more country that five years ago we, as a firm, never dreamed we would have the opportunity to be involved in as far as developing golf," said Tim Kenny, executive VP for Nicklaus Design. [... more » ]
"The renovated Old White will challenge players of all levels with strategic decisions, and the risk/reward of perfect golf shot execution," said Robert Harris, The Greenbrier’s director of sports and recreation. [... more » ]
During the week, all host golf facilities will offer complimentary golf instruction to women 14 years of age and older. A portion of the proceeds from fund-raising activities will go to the Go Red For Women movement. [... more » ]
To qualify for the Golf Life Orlando Championships, to be held June 10-11, players must reside in Orange, Seminole, Osceola or Lake County. Entry deadline is June 1 or whenever the field is full. [... more » ]
The IGotcha Ready warm-up system scored a win at the recent Boeing Championship. The IGotcha Ready routine takes only a minute, and will have golfers loose while building distance and flexibility. [... more » ]
Zakiya Randall stands out in field that includes professionals to qualify for U.S. Women's Open sectional qualifier. The 15-year-old golfer has won 34 of 43 tournaments and been featured on the Golf Channel. [... more » ]
"At The Bridges, we’ve taken great pride in offering a unique golfing experience and now we have a magnificent clubhouse that just enhances the experiences of our guests," said Larry Day, president of The Bridges. [... more » ]
Darren Clarke must have had many talks with the golf gods, and through these talks he learned two important lessons: never go up against a Sicilian when death is on the line, and never doubt that Karma exists in golf. Karma is the force that controls the game we love. [... more » ]
I must admit that I was literally rolling on the floor laughing even though David Feherty was admitting his earnest bout with alcoholism. That's just what David does…he keeps you in stitches in spite of himself. [... more » ]