Golf News for Thursday, July 27, 2006
"This is a great distinction for us to receive, considering that we are at least several years behind most of these competitors in terms of time in the market," said Rick Rutter, head of Accu-Length maker OnTrack Sports. [... more » ]
"A majority of golfers, both amateurs and professionals, wear shoes featuring the Fast-Twist System, making it one of golf's most important product developments in decades," said PrideSports President Rick Oleksyk. [... more » ]
"The Perfectstroke Putting Aid is being recognized in the industry as the best teaching and training aid available for putting and I am very excited it has been recognized here as well," said Mark Officer, managing director of Perfectstroke. [... more » ]
Alan Schulte exemplifies the modern PGA club pro who sells the Putting Arc in his pro shop, teaches with it on the range, and then uses the Putting Arc himself to take his own game to a new level. [... more » ]
"It's amazing how the Heavy Putter virtually ensures a proper, stable, pendulum stroke," said Tina Miller. "With the Heavy Putter, I have the utmost confidence knowing my stroke won't be unwieldy." [... more » ]
"Our course rewards accuracy from tee to green, and the ProLink GPS system’s precise yardages and hole depictions provide a great aid to golfers," said Tim Pagel, director of golf at Crane’s Landing. [... more » ]
"TrackMan’s selection by The R&A and inclusion during The Open Championship 2006 provides the ISG team a feeling of great accomplishment," said Klaus Eldrup Jorgensen, president of ISG A/S. [... more » ]
The Kingsley Club fairways aren't as biscuit brown as those in the British Open at Hoylake but host professional David Plassman said, "They will play fast" for the second running of the amateur event Aug. 3-5. [... more » ]
"We are getting nothing but praise from players. Stonebridge Golf Club is a premier layout for golfers in the Tulsa area," said Rob Overgard, general manager of Stonebridge Golf Club in Oklahoma. [... more » ]
The only way I would fly Delta again is by hostage. Austrian Airlines however didn't lose many points with me. [... more » ]
Michelle Wie fans are having a good day after their 16-year-old heroine lit up the scorebaord at the Evian Masters, as Wie shot a 66 in the second round [... more » ]