Golf News for Friday, June 30, 2006
"The world’s best players are not the only ones who benefit from the superior accuracy and distance built into every GDI shaft – weekend golfers can realize great progress as well," said Akio Karashima, CEO of GDI. [... more » ]
The Peninsula on the Indian River Bay is Delaware’s first private gated, luxury residential golf resort. The centerpiece of The Peninsula is Delaware’s first private Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course [... more » ]
For kids looking to don the coveted green jacket just like Tiger, this program allows children to work on their handicap and seek pointers from expert golfers while hitting the links during their vacation. [... more » ]
"In addition to facilitating driving distance, Zero Friction Tees substantially lower spin rates at impact. That factor gives golfers more control with their drives," said Mike Herron of Excel Golf Tee. [... more » ]
"This partnership with the John Deere Classic and the American Red Cross provides the ideal opportunity to support the local community and the junior golfers who are the game’s future," said Ralph Dunning. [... more » ]
"Our traveling cigar lounge is an ideal complement to the Western Open -- attendees can indulge in a premium cigar, while enjoying the camaraderie of fellow golf enthusiasts," said Bill Chilian, director of marketing for Macanudo. [... more » ]
Golf Smarter, the podcast, continues this week highlighting a conversation with Justin Williams, the new head golf professional of Poppy Hills Golf Course in Pebble Beach. [... more » ]
"[Listeners] especially like the offbeat and more obscure subjects we report on, such as the Golf Pond Bodycount (so far, three), the Geese Police, and when I commented on the Exploitation of Michelle Wie," said Bruce Stasch. [... more » ]
"We’ve moved beyond the traditional real estate models of commercial, residential and industrial sales and marketing to what I call The Fourth Element, that of hotel condominiums," said Jerry Kaufman, developer of the Blue. [... more » ]
If you'll be in Newport for the U.S. Women's Open and want to escape the horde of Michelle Wie fans who think she's the GREATEST FEMALE GOLFER EVER, just go golfing. Few Wie Maniacs know anything about golf. The last place you'll find them is out swinging a club. [... more » ]
We're not picking the usual heavyweights. There'll be no Sorenstam, Ochoa, or Wie on our list of golden girls. We have carefully observed and analyzed the field and the pairings in order to provide you, our devoted readers and obsessive gamblers, with the best possible advantage. [... more » ]