Golf News for Friday, May 26, 2006
"Our new Fusion Wide Sole Irons once again demonstrate the benefits of using multiple materials in an iron design," said Jeff Colton, senior vice president of R&D of Callaway Golf. [... more » ]
"Winning the Byron Nelson and the Colonial back-to-back is an amazing testament to the superior level of performance provided by Rifle shafts," said Ray Lucas, senior VP for Royal Precision. [... more » ]
The Simply Summer Golf package at the award-winning Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort, Naples, invites avid golfers to tee off from June 1 through September 30, 2006 with rates starting at $229 per night. [... more » ]
"Professional athletes realize the importance of a great coach and teacher, no matter the skill level," said Roger Warren, President of the PGA of America. "So, they turn to PGA professionals to fine tune their golf game." [... more » ]
"Golf Fitness Academy presented by Titleist" airs Monday, May 29 at 8:40 p.m. on The Golf Channel. Co-hosts Dr. Greg Rose and Dave Phillips show viewers how to get a total body workout aimed at improving their performance on the golf course in only 10-15 minutes. [... more » ]
Aldila reported that the board of directors intends to continue to declare quarterly dividends for the foreseeable future, subject to Aldila's continued successful financial performance. [... more » ]
"This sponsorship will help to build brand recognition for U-Pack while strengthening relationships with customers who cherish the game of golf," said ABF VP Jim Ingram. [... more » ]
"We plan to start with three events in 2006 and grow the program in 2007 operating under the motto 'No Prom Queens No College Co-Eds and From Now On, No More Excuses,' " said Jim Nugent, Golfweek Publisher. [... more » ]
Designed by John Sanford, a member of the American Society of Golf Course Architects, the new 18-hole championship golf course in the desert contrasts the natural non-grass arid environment with grassed areas. [... more » ]
The good news for us blue-collar folk is that many clubs have dropped initiation fees and are willing to work with you on helping you afford their club. No more grand jury interviews just to determine if you're "Bushwood material". Some clubs might even go (gulp) public! [... more » ]
No one needs to see your dog on the fairways. It’s a golf course, not a park. Forget the fact that most dog owners don’t know how to clean up after their friends (that’s one unplayable lie we don’t need). It usually slows everybody down and takes away from course ambience. [... more » ]