Golf News for Friday, June 16, 2006
"Our summer golf promotion is designed to help guests blend their hectic schedules by allowing them to spend a few hours golfing," said Mark Nogal, vice president marketing for Hilton Garden Inn. [... more » ]
Myriad-Tunica's immediate business objective is to develop and build a $1.9 billion resort in Tunica, Mississippi. The resort is intended to include the world's first climate controlled fully enclosed 18-hole golf course. [... more » ]
"This year, sponsorships are selling faster than ever. We are pleased to see 2005 sponsors returning and organizations new to the tournament joining the sponsorship roster," said tournament director Beth Dameron. [... more » ]
The A.G. Spanos Celebrity Pro-Am attracts both Hollywood celebrities and current and former professional athletes. All proceeds are given to the United Way of San Joaquin County, which divides the money among several charities. [... more » ]
"We are proud to be associated with Gear For Sports and welcome its partnership with our PGA Professionals through Golf Retirement Plus," said PGA of America President Roger Warren. [... more » ]
"Our management team really liked the versatility of the Inforemer product. We looked at all the GPS systems on the market, and the Inforemer was far superior," said Nate Kelly, head pro at Wolf Run. [... more » ]
"There are so many golf organizations and events within each of the Asian communities in the Chicago area. I thought it would be a great idea to try to tie all of them together through this magazine," said publisher Sunny Leon. [... more » ]
"It contains all the elements necessary for increasing upper-body strength, improving balance and posture, and strengthening the core muscles," said Ken Pierce, president of GolfGym. [... more » ]
Today I cut a corner of a 418-yard par 4 and had about 60 yards to the green. I don't want a limited flight ball, dammit. Let's hope that The Empire, er, um, I mean Acushnet, intends this insidious invention for those Jedi we all call Tour Pros. Please, leave us Ewoks alone. [... more » ]
In the end we settled on a new set of junior U.S. Kids golf clubs for our budding golfer. A new electric-blue bag, new clubs, new shoes, the whole deal. None of it comes in pink, but one can't have everything. [... more » ]
The event, held at the Oakmont Country Club in Glendale, honored the contributions of golf legend Paul Runyan, and his wife Berniece Harbers Runyan, longtime supporters of Los Angeles Orthopaedic Hospital. [... more » ]