Golf News for Wednesday, June 28, 2006
The BMW Championship will be played at Chicago’s Cog Hill Golf & Country Club in early September 2007 as the third of four PGA Tour Playoff tournaments that will culminate with the FedExCup competition. [... more » ]
More than 100 amateur women golfers from New England golf associations will compete for the NEWGA championship title at the recently completed Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed Sunday River Golf Club. [... more » ]
As women's golf gears up for the U.S. Women's Open, Annika Sorenstam, Michelle Wie, Lorena Ochoa, Karrie Webb and Paula Creamer are in the top five spots of the Rolex Women's World Golf Rankings. [... more » ]
Jang recently put the new King Cobra X/Speed driver in her bag and found immediate winning results. She was among the leaders in driving accuracy, splitting 75 percent of the fairways at Locust Hill. [... more » ]
Curtis topped a leaderboard that included all Titleist golf ball players among the top 5 finishers, including Billy Andrade, Padraig Harrington, Nick O'Hern and Steve Stricker, all of whom tied for second. [... more » ]
"Niche social networking sites are starting to pop up all over the internet and, based on our experience in the golf niche of online dating, it was a natural progression for us to launch FindLocalGolfers.com," said Mike Wyman. [... more » ]
"Northern Bay Golf Resort is a one-of-a-kind facility within its market, and it is a welcomed addition to our growing list of trusted Midwestern partners," said Lawrence Bain, head of ProLink Solutions. [... more » ]
Known users of the Putting Arc instructional aid include nine of the top 11 finishers on the Nationwide Tour, five of the top six on the Champions Tour and three of the top five in the PGA Professional National Championship. [... more » ]
Charlie Sifford received an honorary doctorate from The University of St. Andrews this year, but where are the African-American golfers to follow in his foot steps? [... more » ]
It's fun having a pre-polished 16-year-old girl speaking her mind in oft-stuffy world of golf, you get to see the silliness, the ambition and every thing else that comes with it. [... more » ]
Sports stars and celebrities played in the Sixth Annual Sports Legends Golf Tournament on June 19 in Farmingdale, N.Y. The event raised over $50,000 for The Bone Marrow Foundation’s Pediatric Aid Program. [... more » ]
 
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