Golf News for Wednesday, June 7, 2006
Golf Fear News, host Bruce Stasch reports on: LPGA's Rarick Having A Drinking Binge, World Robot Golf Tournament, and Two Major Leaguers Teaming Up To Play Some Golf. The Guru also discusses Golf Club Casting and the LPGA's Big Sisters Program. [... more » ]
"We’re very excited to celebrate two decades of Magique successes," said Sean Sheppard, president of Magique Golf. Magique clubs will be showcased with marketing and p.r. initiatives throughout 2006. [... more » ]
"This reconfirms what we already felt was a huge success in Orlando," said Steve Mona, CEO of the GCSAA. A record 22,723 people attended the 2005 Golf Industry Show in Orlando. [... more » ]
The newly unveiled Kids Golf-4-Free program enables children 15 years old and under to golf for free when accompanied by a full-paying adult, after 3:00 p.m. The Faldo Golf Institute has locations in Fla., N.J. and Calif. [... more » ]
"We believe that this relationship will open the door for many Texas junior golfers to be exposed to the real benefits of our expandable club technology," said Rick Rutter, COO of Accu-Length maker OnTrack Sports. [... more » ]
"Corey Baker’s management skills and Chef Gary’s food and meal presentation are a reflection of their cumulative experiences within the competitive restaurant industry," said Larry Goldstein, the Peninsula’s developer. [... more » ]
"This golf cart is a one-of-a-kind original and unlike anything I have ever seen," said Michael Douglas. "One lucky bidder will drive away with this pimped-out masterpiece, and also help support The Motion Picture & Television Fund." [... more » ]
“The success of these players is a testament to the quality of GDI shafts, which produce great results no matter how tough the course or conditions,” says Akio Karashima, CEO of GDI. [... more » ]
The Family Golf School Vacation offers three hours daily of instruction in chipping and putting, iron and wood shots in real playing conditions, not only on the practice green and driving range but on the championship course’s individual holes. [... more » ]
In cooperation with Play Golf America and the Executive Women's Golf Association, Pinehurst Resort is hosting Women’s Golf Week June 4-10, and since I’m lucky enough to live just an hour away, I decided to make a weekend of it. [... more » ]
Now, I'm all for a little shenanigans here and there on the golf course, but if you're gonna use complimentary range balls to swing for the fences, at least pick em up so the remaining groups aren't confused as heck when they drive down the fairway looking for their ball. [... more » ]
The “Go Red for Women” charity event takes place June 10 at Pinehurst Resort in Pinehurst, N.C. It is part of Pinehurst Women’s Golf Week, planned to coincide with national Women’s Golf Week June 3-10. [... more » ]