Golf News for Wednesday, July 26, 2006
"We were excited to see that the best players in the world when given the choice of shafts choose Aldila," said Mike Rossi, Aldila's vice president of sales and marketing. [... more » ]
Ten of the top 15 finishers at the Open Championship trusted Titleist golf balls for their success, including runner-up Chris DiMarco. Third-place finisher Ernie Els was among four full-line Titleist ambassadors in the top 15. [... more » ]
"Being the lead sponsor of such a wonderful and competitive event is an honor. Having it take place in the rustic countryside Evian, France, where our story begins, is even more special," said Eric Leventhal, president of Evian North America. [... more » ]
Originally called the Juvenile Golf Club, it was the first course in the United States open to boys and girls under age 18. The renovations enhance the family-friendly layout that Milton Hershey had in mind when he built it in 1934. [... more » ]
Callaway Golf Company will release its second quarter 2006 financial results this afternoon, July 26. The company will subsequently hold a conference call with financial analysts and investors to review the results. [... more » ]
"We are especially enthusiastic to present this inaugural PGA Fall Expo Golf Outing & Testing Day because of the value and fun it offers attending industry professionals," said PGA Golf Exhibitions VP Ed Several. [... more » ]
"[Doug Miller's] resort course experience and his understanding of hosting major golf events make him the ideal candidate to handle the golf operations at Doral," said Darrin Helfrick of Doral Resort. [... more » ]
"The PGA of America is proud that Rolex continues its commitment to golf and through this partnership provides a product that signifies ultimate achievement to our member professionals," said PGA President Roger Warren. [... more » ]
"[GCSAA.org's] success is a testament to both our staff and their ability to recognize and utilize the latest technology, and our members in their willingness to embrace it," said GCSAA CEO Steve Mona. [... more » ]
Rolling Stone writes about Barkley telling TravelGolf.com "that the word conservative means discriminatory practically". This was all part of the fallout from Dan Quayle walking out on a John Mellencamp concert for Republican bashing at a Lake Tahoe celebrity golf tournament. [... more » ]
A reader named Mike wrote in to say he's a "poor college student" visiting Myrtle Beach and wants to play three rounds, keeping green fees between $150-$200. He also has a friend who "isn’t very good" and doesn’t want to spend much. So here are some MB tips from a pro. [... more » ]