Golf News for Friday, July 7, 2006
"Winning the U.S. Women’s Open Championship over the July 4th holiday weekend was very exciting and an amazing testament to Lamkin grips," said Bob Lamkin, head of the Lamkin Corporation. [... more » ]
The Buick Championship was won using a prototype Sonartec fairway wood; the French Open was won using the Sonartec Md Hybrid; Sonartec's third win was at the Japan Tour Championship. [... more » ]
Travel Guard International's plan includes such benefits as additional baggage coverage for golf clubs and equipment and refunds for pre-paid golf fees when a round is canceled due to weather or other covered reasons. [... more » ]
More than 100 amateur women golfers from New England golf associations will compete for the NEWGA championship title at the recently completed Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed Sunday River Golf Club. [... more » ]
"We are honored that the No. 7 hole is included in Golf Life Orlando’s prestigious list of the Best 18 Holes in Orlando," said David Buth, the club's GM. "Choosing the best par four here is a formidable undertaking." [... more » ]
This marks the second consecutive year that LIJA by Linda Hipp, a popular golf and sportswear designer, has been honored by PROFIT magazine for its revenue growth -- a reported 937 percent increase over five years. [... more » ]
Trend-setting performance apparel designer Ralph Dunning and his company, Dunning Golf, have hired David Lilly as northeast sales representative to help service demand for the company’s premium apparel. [... more » ]
"Mike has been around the game at the highest level for a number of years, and has the knowledge and experience to increase both usage and awareness for Brush-t on a weekly basis," said Paul Krok, Brush-t president. [... more » ]
Among other topics, Jim Delaby of the Jim Delaby Central Coast Golf Schools covers his theories on "sip & nibble," by which a constant flow of foods rich in tryptophan can keep players in a "superzone." [... more » ]
In Chicago, we're seeing Tiger and Lefty deal with their emotions as much as their games. Phil's plight doesn't begin to approach the depth of Tiger's, but his inexplicable loss at the U.S. Open appeared to completely take the wind out of his sails for a period. [... more » ]
What Tim Finchem planned for 2007, Mother Nature brought about in 2006. The B.C. Open has been moved from En-Joie Golf Club to Atunyote at Turning Stone Resort, denying the small central New York town one last opportunity to entertain the big boys of the PGA Tour. [... more » ]