Golf News for Thursday, June 8, 2006
"Ten straight years as the #1 cleat on the PGA Tour puts Softspikes in an elite class within the golf-equipment industry, especially for a product that players are not paid to wear or endorse," said Dan Tilton, VP sales for PrideSports. [... more » ]
“The Blue Monster stands among the best golf courses in the world. As such, it requires constant refining to maintain playing conditions year-round," said Darrin Helfrick, GM of golf at Doral Golf Resort & Spa. [... more » ]
"Steve Pike has a great reputation within the golf industry -- both trade and media -- and we’re very excited to be working with him," said John Meng, president of Meng & Associates. [... more » ]
In his new position, Nick Enders will be responsible for managing retail merchandising, outings and tournaments, and overall golf shop operations at the Shadow Ridge Golf Club in Palm Desert, Calif. [... more » ]
"This giveaway represents what is all about -- bringing golfers together to enjoy the sport they love." said Patrick Coulson, head of, a social-networking site for golfers. [... more » ]
A four-year agreement between Ginn Clubs & Resorts and the LPGA ensures that women’s professional championship golf will be prominently featured at a first-class Florida venue for years to come. [... more » ]
Aruba’s stellar location and consistently near perfect weather, boasting an average daily temperature of 82 degrees Fahrenheit and less than 20 inches of rainfall, make the island a must-visit for summer 2006. [... more » ]
"Game improvement is a major focus of our golf program at Saddle Creek," said General Manager Bill Troyanoski. "We are excited to offer this robust practice facility to our members, guests and all outside play." [... more » ]
No one on the LPGA Tour consistently strikes the ball better than Michelle Wie does. It is just a matter of time before she puts it all together with her short game and blows away the field. [... more » ]
The USGA put the Winless Wonder's hole-by-hole scoring at Canoe Brook on its home page, while every other golfer only got their scores updated every nine holes. Surely, Calvin Kupeyan had tons of friends and family from Canada who would have loved to see his 155 documented. [... more » ]
"We are very proud to be affiliated with the Prostate Cancer Foundation and we’re very excited to have reached the quarter million benchmark so quickly," says Bob Lamkin, president and CEO of Lamkin. [... more » ]