Golf News for Wednesday, July 19, 2006
"We are very excited to once again team up with Bobby Ginn and the Ginn Company for the Ginn Tribute Hosted by Annika Sorenstam, which will debut in 2007," said Carolyn Bivens, LPGA commissioner. [... more » ]
Host Bruce Stasch announces he's got a new microphone and media kit. He also reports on THE NEWSTAND with a Golf Lessons For the Rich & Famous, V.J. Singh = Funny??, Blind Golfer Has Hole-in-One, and Is USGA Getting Soft on Golf Cart Rules. [... more » ]
"John has improved each year on the PGA Tour and has been an excellent ambassador for our brand," said Ralph Dunning. "He and other players like Zach Johnson and Bob Estes play a key role in our product development." [... more » ]
"At the beginning of the year we were forecasting our golf sales to increase, however nobody expected our numbers to skyrocket as high as they have," said Mark Welch, vice president of sales for Bushnell. [... more » ]
"Our new alliance with Garb is a major step forward for us," said Josh Jacobs, founder of TGA. "It will provide our licensees with a quality line of apparel and will give us a consistent look and feel throughout the country." [... more » ]
The Pastor's Masters retreat offers three days of golf on three different courses with three different formats, along with professional golf instruction and Bible study, in the Sangre de Christo Mountains. [... more » ]
Five players from each country will advance to the CEO Golf Challenge World Championship at Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Club and Lodge in October, where one player will be crowned the Best CEO Golfer in the World. [... more » ]
"We are thrilled to add Thomas to our staff at Sea Trail. He is a very popular local chef who clearly understands the two markets -- local and tourist -- that we have in our area," said Chris Robertson, marketing coordinator. [... more » ]
The Open, as it's called in the rest of the golf world is the quirkiest and thus the most interesting of the four majors. Here are the official Eye On Golf predictions. [... more » ]
"Many of the same principles we subscribed too back then are still fundamental to today’s golfer – facing a three foot putt under pressure stimulates the same brain activity and creates the same tensions today as it did in 1981 or even 1881," said Jon Stabler. [... more » ]