Golf News for Thursday, July 20, 2006
"This all-new V2 LD Series is the most likeable shaft I have ever hit, and we’re very pleased that so many of our customers are hitting the ball longer than ever before," says Pat Dempsey, owner of Horsepower Golf. [... more » ]
According to the World Golf Ranking on 17 July 2006, three of the world’s Top Five ranked golfers play Lamkin grips, and the Lamkin Crossline grip is used by the current leader on the European Order of Merit. [... more » ]
"We are excited about this new partnership, which not only will facilitate our production and worldwide distribution processes, but also now will place us on a truly global scale," said Simon Webb, cofounder of Tee2Green Technologies. [... more » ]
"We are fortunate to be in an industry that has embraced Play Golf America," said PGA President Roger Warren. "We are very excited about the tremendous positive momentum we have as we enter the second half of 2006." [... more » ], the largest sports betting site on the internet, has calculated odds on more than 100 golfers participating in The Open Championship, with Woods listed as a 5/1 favorite to win his third Claret Jug. [... more » ]
"The U.S. Open is a great opportunity for the USGA to measure launch conditions and swing performance of the best golfers in the world. The TrackMan system has given us the ability to do this accurately and efficiently." said Jim Hubbell of the USGA. [... more » ]
"This is the perfect time to discover your personal style in one of Escena Palm Springs’ first five residential enclaves," said Holly McKie, marketing director for Lennar Communities, co-developer of Escena Palm Springs. [... more » ]
The Quechee Lakes Landowners Association will vote next month on whether Quechee Lakes' developer can move forward with its plan to expand the community, including an 18-hole course designed by Fazio. [... more » ]
"Our customer loyalty over the past decade has been incredible and we’re excited to give something back in return for their support," said Bill Troyanoski, general manager of Saddle Creek Resort. [... more » ]
Forget about all those Brits who insist everyone call it "The Open." Like England and its tournament is the only "Open" in the world, for Christ's sake. There is no good rationale for calling it simply "The Open" other than England's arrogance and snobbery. [... more » ]
At, we've made research a little easier for you. Take a look at our list of British Open Champions, as well as a special Sweet Spots podcast breaking down Royal Liverpool. [... more » ]