Golf News for Thursday, May 25, 2006
The Italia Golf Compnay "will be like no other in golf. World-class service, innovative new product designs, along with competitive pricing will be the cornerstone of this new venture," said co-founder Joseph Altomonte. [... more » ]
Neil Champagne, director of golf at Mont Tremblant, said of the GPSI Inforemer system: "It is a new amenity that will provide our guests with exceptional value and a distinctive, new golf experience." [... more » ]
"We are thrilled to have someone of Mark's caliber join our team. The Northern California region is obviously an important one," said Lee Miller, Feel Golf CEO. "He will be a huge asset to the Feel sales staff." [... more » ]
"LPGA players are the best golfers in the world. To be able to showcase their talents to the fans in Thailand as well as Thailand's rich culture to the global television audience is terrific," said LPGA Commissioner Carolyn F. Bivens. [... more » ]
"We are very pleased with the continued success of our products," said Tom Cox, Bite national sales manager. "We constantly strive to provide our customers with the most comfortable and performance oriented golf footwear." [... more » ]
"A majority of golfers, both amateurs and professionals, utilize the Fast-Twist System today, making it one of golf’s most important product developments in many years," said Rick Oleksyk, president of Pride Sports. [... more » ]
"All of the professional tours are becoming increasingly competitive, and we’re very excited for Lamkin grips to have delivered yet another victory," said Bob Lamkin, president and CEO of Lamkin Corp. [... more » ]
Herron edged Richard S. Johnson with a birdie on the second hole of an all-Pro V1x sudden death playoff to win the Bank of America Colonial. It marked the 60th golf ball win on worldwide pro tours for Titleist players in 2006. [... more » ]
Golf is golf’s longest running free video channel on the internet, where computer users with broadband internet access can view high-quality streaming video on their computer screens. [... more » ]
I propose a $30 billion(-ish) bill to Congress to purchase every man, woman and child their own individual TiVo system. This way, we can all see what we want to see, when we want to see it, regardless of whether it's Europeans golfing or "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy." [... more » ]