Golf News for Tuesday, May 9, 2006
With her confidence surging, Michelle Wie has a number of high-profile events in her sights. Also: After listeners bashed Barry's tee box etiquette, he comes battling back. [... more » ]
Jazz Golf is looking to carve out a place in the U.S. market for its golf products and has teamed up with Dream Ridge Marketing and Sales (DRMS) as its exclusive agent for the United States Professional Golf Association accounts. [... more » ]
"The reception for our Full Release Grip and other Feel branded products are quickly gaining momentum in both the United States and the International markets," said Dr. Lee Miller, CEO of Feel Golf. [... more » ]
"The Professional Clubmakers' Society offers a unique and unbiased structure from which its members may learn about the latest in repair, club assembly and fitting techniques," said Bob Dodds of the PCS. [... more » ]
"Premium Rifle steel shafts are often considered the world’s most advanced steel shafts, so it’s no surprise that the world’s top players would choose to play Rifle by a 4:1 margin over the nearest competitors," said Ray Lucas of Royal Precision. [... more » ]
"We have developed high-performance, highly affordable wedges that are made from superior materials to help the recreational golfer play better golf,"said Michael Blair, director of golf club development for G.R.I.P. [... more » ]
"We’re very excited to celebrate the fact that three of the top four players at the Wachovia were playing UST Proforce shafts," said Gene Simpson, vice president of sales and marketing for UST brands. [... more » ]
"Circling Raven’s fast start to this season is the result of several factors, most importantly that our customers find us a great value and experience," said Dave Christenson, director of golf at Circling Raven. [... more » ]
The two new golf titles from publishing house Doubleday are David Leadbetter's "Leadbetter's Quick Tips" and Rick Reilly's novel "Shanks for Nothing," a follow-up to his best-selling "Missing Links." [... more » ]
Martha Burk's total true diehard support has consisted of a few prominent female sports writers: Christine Brennan of USA Today and Selena Roberts of the New York Times. There was never any mass movement. Burk is finding this out the hard way. [... more » ]