Golf News for Thursday, June 15, 2006
Provision is ideal for hybrids because not only does it allow the club builder to easily trim for any flex, but it can also be trimmed to three different trajectory options (based on tip section stiffness). [... more » ]
"It is an honor to serve once again and see if we can't help bring some semblance of reasonableness to the national business climate," said Lee Miller. This will be Miller's, second stint on the BAC. [... more » ]
Winter will be responsible for overseeing course conditions, grounds maintenance and operations at the Rock Golf Club, an 18-hole Nick Faldo-designed course in Muskoka, Ontario, Canada. [... more » ]
The Amateur Championship 2010 will be played at Muirfield, the home of the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers, June 14-19. The following year, Hillside will host the Amateur June 20-25. [... more » ]
"We look forward to sharing the fascinating and historically significant stories of Hall of Fame members and their connections to Hoylake with The Open Championship spectators," said Jack Peter, Hall of Fame CEO. [... more » ]
Members of the California Golf Course Superintendents Association made a lasting impression by distributing free ball mark repair tools at a recent California PGA Play Golf America Day at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex in Sacramento, Calif. [... more » ]
The Jim McLean Junior Open will take place on July 8, 2006, at the Legends on the Niagara, Ussher's Creek Course. The Junior Open will allow 120 young golfers to take on one of Niagara's most challenging layouts. [... more » ]
Visitors can take advantage of the Great American Golf Package, which combines 45 holes of spectacular golf with outstanding accommodations in an area that remains full of timeless tradition. [... more » ]
"Most golfers will really appreciate how the Golf Buddy utility tool marks a golf ball with an indelible arrow, which should take strokes off the average player's game by improving his or her alignment at address," said Eagle Golf head Mel Robinson. [... more » ]
Canadians are unfailingly nice and welcoming and they seem to have more sheer fun on the golf course than any other nationality I've played with, and I've played from Alaska to the Caribbean to Italy, Africa and Ireland and Scotland. [... more » ]
In Los Cabos - Mexico's seaside wonder corridor - and it's like you've dropped into an unknown fourth dimension of service. All the golf pros and clubhouse workers actually smile at you. They truly seem happy to be there and not just bitter they're not out on the PGA Tour. [... more » ]