Golf News for Tuesday, August 1, 2006
Join host Dave Berner as he welcomes Equipment Editor Kiel Christianson, instructor Chuck Evans and West Coast Bureau Chief Chris Baldwin. [... more » ]
"Our winning performance on the pro tours around the world has clearly defined Lamkin as one of the most successful grips in the history of the game," said Bob Lamkin, president and CEO of Lamkin. [... more » ]
At the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee, the winner wore Champ’s Stinger spikes. At the European Deutsche Bank, Champ dominated the field, as 65 percent of the players sported the company's spikes. [... more » ]
"I've always searched for the right opportunity to work in Canada, and finally, the Havaday Development team has presented us with an immaculate piece of land," said Gary Player after signing the contract. [... more » ]
"With Steve Zunich on board, we are confident that the rest of the golf industry and the public will soon know all about Scratch Golf products," said Scratch Golf founding partner and CEO Ari Techner. [... more » ]
"This game grabs you by the Titleists and doesn't let go until you've pledged your allegiance to every flag on every green on God's green earth," said founder Bill Replogle. "Golfoholics is devoted to golf addicts everywhere." [... more » ]
Members can now tell the world about their golf game and find similarly skilled players. "It is like your own online golf trading card. A snapshot of your golf game for the world to see," said CEO Patrick Coulson. [... more » ]
The Wal-Mart First Tee Open at Pebble Beach is an official Champions Tour tournament that pairs 78 junior golfers with 78 professionals and 156 amateurs. The tournament will take place Sept. 1-3. [... more » ]
Wie Warriors know that Michelle Wie is incapable of winning. Sorry, Wie fans. Your words reveal what's really in your hearts. The debate's over. [... more » ]
Cuba has a handful of courses and as the Caribbean's largest island, the sky is the limit. Fazio, Doak, Weiskopf and Nicklaus's people are all salivating to get their paws on the first four-star couse. This is exciting news for U.S. golf travelers who are tired of being denied access. [... more » ]
“It’s important to recognize the golf course superintendent for their tireless dedication to the game of golf," said Steve Garske, Par Aide president. "It's great to be able to give something back to superintendents and their children." [... more » ]
"The Golf Course Remodeling Process - Questions & Answers" is available free of charge to anyone interested in the renovation planning process by contacting the American Society of Golf Course Architects. [... more » ]