Golf News for Tuesday, June 27, 2006
Barry and Stacy Solomon discuss how Phil Mickelson's recent lapse of judgment at the U.S. Open can help combat any player's course management shortcomings. Also, the two open the (e-) mail bag and give some thoughts on the differences between a baseball swing and a good golf swing. [... more » ]
Rifle steel shafts provided consistent shot performance and tight shot dispersion to win the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles with this year’s champion playing Rifle Project X shafts in his irons. [... more » ]
"We are very excited that the world’s most-winning golfers play Lamkin grips, but our continued success on the pro tours worldwide really isn’t a new phenomenon," says Bob Lamkin, head of Lamkin Corp. [... more » ]
RadarGolf, an innovative findable golf ball system powered by a radio frequency microchip embedded in the core of the ball, was named by Golf Today as “the best new golf ball of 2006 PGA show.” [... more » ]
"After watching the U.S. Pro Golf Tour players in the recent Trump Million Dollar Invitational at my golf course on Canouan Island, there is no doubt the talent level is among the highest in the world," said Trump. [... more » ]
This new service will allow consumers to trade in their used clubs online in exchange for PGA Trade-In Network Credit Certificates that are redeemable only at participating PGA Trade-In Network facilities. [... more » ]
"The USGA’s decision to legalize rangefinders has been an incredible springboard for the company and the recent Darrell Survey findings are creating even more momentum," said Joe Messner, president of Bushnell. [... more » ]
"Our firm has been involved in preparing courses for several Opens," said Arthur Hills, "but sometimes it takes an event like the Amateur Public Links to spotlight a layout like Walking Stick." [... more » ]
"With the opening of our new, lighted Tillinghast Approach Course, now instead of going to dinner and a movie, locals and guests can enjoy dinner and golf," said Steve Taggart, Shawnee director of golf. [... more » ]
This week the PGA Tour makes its annual trek to Connecticut to play another typical TPC course. That coincides with the U.S. Women's Open at Newport Country Club a classic layout dating from 1894. Recommendation: Go for the ladies. More interesting and there’s a heck of a lot a stake. [... more » ]
It's time the golf world took better precautions on this issue. Because, face it, if Rush Limbaugh's penis can be medically enhanced, it's only a matter of time before we see the likes of Corey Pavin blasting 350-yard drives. [... more » ]
Cho’s victory will earn her the Honda Award, given annually to the top women athletes in 12 NCAA-sanctioned sports, along with automatic nomination for the Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year. [... more » ]