Golf News for Friday, May 5, 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 » ]
"The Haggin Oaks Golf Expo had many of the leading companies in the golf industry in attendance. It is a tribute to our products that we did as well as we did. They literally flew out of our booth," said John Dougherty, VP for OnTrack Sports. [... more » ]
"This is a very special victory for Zero Friction Golf Tees. It validates the performance of the three-prong system for an entirely new audience," said Mike Herron business development manager of Excel Golf Tee. [... more » ]
"The superb styling and modernistic detailing of the clubhouse will set the stage for what’s to come within the residential enclaves at Escena Palm Springs," said Holly McKie, VP of marketing for Lennar. [... more » ]
"Hosting a NCAA national championship is a distinction and an honor for The Meadows and Grand Valley State University," said Terry Sack, general manager of The Meadows. [... more » ]
"The Cliffs has found a great friend and a wonderful partner in Gary Player," said Jim Anthony, founder and president of The Cliffs Communities. "We’re honored to have Gary make our community his home." [... 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 » ]
"For the ninth consecutive year, PGA Free Lesson Month continues to impact the PGA of America's mission to increase golf participation among new and occasional golfers," said PGA President Roger Warren. [... more » ]
"This online store is the perfect venue to reach customers who have either experienced Doral first-hand, or want a piece of memorabilia from this historic South Florida resort," said Darrin Helfrick, Doral's general manager of golf. [... more » ]
Wie's goal of challenging the men on the PGA Tour and making it into the top-10 will never happen. She's only setting herself up for disappointment. Her goal should be to be as good, or better, than Annika Sorenstam, probably the best female golfer ever. Even that goal is iffy. [... more » ]