Golf News for Wednesday, May 3, 2006
Our golf podcast moves along at a brisk pace this week and is chock full of instruction mostly provided to you by PGA Professional Martin Nolletti. And: More than 8,000 entries were accepted by the USGA for the 2006 U.S. Open, including THREE Tigers! [... more » ]
For more than 35 years, Maruman has offered completely-assembled golf clubs. Now it is releasing three iron designs that will be offered to full-time custom clubmakers meeting select criteria. [... more » ]
The winner of last week's Zurich Classic of New Orleans relied on the Dynamic Gold, while True Temper shafts remain victorious on the Champions Tour with a win at the FedEx Kinko's Classic. [... more » ]
"Being the preferred grip at this tour stop on the LPGA is thrilling to Golf Pride," said Dwight Miles, of Eaton's golf grip division. "Golf Pride is honored to be considered the grip of choice for many of the world's best female players." [... more » ]
"Re-routing the Bay Course made a great deal of sense, as it will offer tremendous convenience to golfers when maneuvering the course," said Steve Schaller, director of golf at Seaview Resort & Spa. [... more » ]
"Volunteering is a great way to not only watch the championship, but to be involved behind the scenes," said Heather Fueger, volunteer manager for the 2007 U.S. Women’s Open Championship. [... more » ]
Golf enthusiasts at every level can now find world-renowned golf instructors and state-of-the-art equipment aimed at helping players elevate their game and their golf experience at courses in and around Phoenix. [... more » ]
A selection of Summer Sale rates on bookings confirmed by June 30 will be offered for stays between May 1 and Sept. 30, 2006. Rates represent a savings of up to 30 percent off peak-season rates. [... more » ]
West Coast Trends, makers of the Club Glove, a leading travel bag on all Tours, increases its range of distinctive colors to 13 with the addition of “Pink Champagne” for its line of travel bags and luggage. [... more » ]
If you think the concierge at the Four Seasons is good, you haven't seen nothing until you've seen the Clips suits when a bunch of 6-7 guys want to play golf. They spring into action faster than John Daly at the $5,000 slots. Golf as an NBA homecourt advantage boost? Believe it. [... more » ]
You've heard of the Sports Illustrated Curse, right? Well, it appears we here at have the opposite effect. We'll refer to it as the " Blessing." Just ask Nike SasQuatch users like Chad Campbell, Stephen Ames, Rory Sabbatini, and now even Chris Couch. [... more » ]