Golf News for Wednesday, June 14, 2006
"It's a privilege to be part of this partnership as we value The PGA of America's unwavering commitment to advancing excellence in the game of golf," said Ernest Johnson, CEO of Cutter & Buck. [... more » ]
"We are very excited about Mr. Alvsing and Mr. Sjodin joining our fast-growing family of distributors, and supporting our Scandinavian customers," said Lee Miller, CEO of Feel Golf. [... more » ]
"We couldn’t be more pleased to have Mike representing Alpha equipment on the PGA, Nationwide, and Champions tours," said Dr. Jim Yeh, president and founder of club maker Alpha Golf. [... more » ]
Glozek's selection as president came during the executive committee meeting of the recent 16th annual spring conference of the International Network Of Golf, a nonprofit industry networking organization. [... more » ]
Associate member attaining full membership in American Society of Golf Course Architects were: Chip Powell (Bradenton, Fla.), Brian Costello (Belmont, Calif.) and Ken Ezell (Deltona, Fla.). [... more » ]
"This is something that I have wanted to do for many years. With the company right at my club in Orlando, I can be hands-on much more of the time," Palmer said. [... more » ]
" is pleased to be able to offer the GolfServ Advantage Club Team Championship to our members -- it not only provides the unique opportunity to play with other club members, but also helps to maintain the integrity of the USGA Handicap System," said Michael M. Lazerow. [... more » ]
The event allows two amateurs to compete head-to-head against a PGA pro in an 18-hole stroke-play match. The winner in each division, whether pro or amateur, will win $100,000 for the charity of their choice. [... more » ]
NHL players Olie Kolzig, Byron DaFoe and Scott Mellanby, all of whom have children affected by autism, founded Athletes Against Autism to heighten awareness about the disorder, raise funding for research and provide support for families. [... more » ]
Canucks rank right next to four-day-old puppies on the cuteness scale. They are even cuter now, as the Stanley Cup Finals are coming to a close. Cute, and completely shut off from the rest of the world, where events like the World Cup are going on, while the U.S. Open prepares for lift off. [... more » ]
John Daly may throw his money away and blow short putts - and more talent than anyone since Mickey Mantle. But it's not like he ever set himself on fire while chainsmoking those Marlboros. That's pretty much equivalent to what Ben Roethlisberger did on his bike. [... more » ]