Golf News for Thursday, May 4, 2006
"With demos, free clinics and ample entertainment, Golfest Dallas is sure to provide a fun-filled day for the entire family," said Armand Cimaroli, director of events. "This is an event you won't want to miss." [... more » ]
"We’re thrilled to be able to bring a fashion star like Jamie Sadock to the Atlanta area for a fashion show," said Steve Conwell, vice president of marketing and community relations for Golf & Tennis Pro Shop Inc. [... more » ]
According to the Darrell Survey, Aldila's NV and VS Proto hybrids combined have been the most popular hybrid shafts this year at every event on the PGA and Nationwide Tours. [... more » ]
Barry Palm is uniquely qualified to provide visionary leadership to the PCS, adding his guidance and experience to an already highly qualified team of seasoned golf industry professionals, stated a press release. [... more » ]
Gallagher-Smith said, "My heart goes out to the many patients and parents of children who require the services of Vanderbilt’s Children’s Hospital," beneficiary of the Franklin American Mortgage Championship. [... more » ]
"She'll be at our annual fundraising event held at the US Women's Open in Newport, Rhode Island, in June and at the EWGA Annual Conference in November. How's that for added incentive to join the EWGA?"said Karen Furtado, EWGA Foundation president. [... more » ]
"My goal was to preserve the Old White’s personality and history while at the same time, improve its overall playability and condition," said golf-course architect Lester George of George Golf Design. [... more » ]
Wells struggled to get on track throughout the windy Elimination Challenge, while Cho methodically built her lead in the three-hole match, which culminated with Cho’s clutch putt to send Wells home. [... more » ]
"I’ve talked to some of the players who have taken a class in the morning and then hit the course that same day ... they’ve noticed an immediate improvement in their swing and concentration," said Eric McGraw, head golf pro at Keswick Club [... more » ]
Earl Woods never pushed his son. He just showed him the direction, gave him some fatherly advice, and let him do it on his own. He also made it known what his priorities were. [... more » ]
Earl Woods' final lesson may have been making his ultra driven son realize that it's all right to have some fun. Essential even. Will that make Tiger Woods an even more dominant golfer? Who knows. Tiger himself probably doesn't even rightly care. [... more » ]