Golf News for Thursday, July 6, 2006
Because of the most recent flood damage, the B.C. Open must be moved from its home at En-Joie Golf Club in Endicott, NY to Atunyote G.C. at Turning Stone Resort in Verona, N.Y. [... more » ]
In the latest Golf for Beginners podcast, hosts Barry and Stacy Solomon discuss how to get your short game up to par. Some simple short game tips are also featured so that one day *you* may grind it out as well as Annika Sorenstam and Michelle Wie did at the U.S. Women's Open. [... more » ]
"Take Your Daughter to the Course Week is a great way for golfers to get involved in player development and to share their favorite sport with their favorite girls," said Brad Faxon, PGA Tour player and father. [... more » ]
"This spectacular Ely Callaway Performance Center is dedicated to making golf more accessible, pleasurable and maybe even a little bit easier for everyone who loves to play," said George Fellows, head of Callaway Golf. [... more » ]
"Consumer response to our first three stores has been so great that we decided to move up our plans for additional Atlanta-area expansion and open a new store this fall," said Bill Hamlin, CEO of GTPS. [... more » ]
Ashworth has extended its contracts and posted a complete sweep as the lead merchandise vendor and merchandise pavilion custom retail fixture designer for three top USGA-sanctioned championships. [... more » ]
With's "White Glove" service, the company features a candidate's resume along with their picture and "blasts" it to thousands to golf company owners, executives, managers and human resource personnel. [... more » ]
The seventh edition of the Golf Yellow Pages directory contains 264 pages with more than 19,000 golf course listings, more than 8,000 business listings, buyer’s guides and a trade show calendar. [... more » ]
RadarGolf, an innovative findable golf ball system powered by a radio frequency microchip embedded in the core of the ball, was named by Golf Today as “the best new golf ball of 2006 PGA show.” [... more » ]
"Putter technology has changed dramatically over the last few years. Through our research, we have found that recreational golfers are having more success on the greens with larger, mallet-style putters," said Michael Blair of G.R.I.P. [... more » ]
In his book ‘Golf Swing Eureka!’ Jonathan Barrett identifies what he terms ‘Eye-Openers’ -- key moments when his understanding of the golf swing dramatically impacts his ability to swing the golf club effectively. [... more » ]
Maybe I’m not cynical enough. Maybe, upon hearing a story about a father and his critically ill son designing a putter together, I should suspect exploitation, opportunism, and greed. But upon reading the story behind the LogicalOne Putter I get a little verklempt. [... more » ]
The Tigers are on top. Ben Wallace is no longer a Piston. #19, The Captain will no longer lace up the skates. Mickelson decides a week with his swing coach at the Par-3 Treetops Shootout in Gaylord isn't what he needs now ... All hell in Michigan has officially broken loose. [... more » ]