Golf News for Thursday, August 10, 2006
"Here you have one of the most meticulous golfers of our generation choosing a Nickent 3DX hybrid and having his best year while it has been in the bag," said Michael Lee, CEO of Nickent. [... more » ]
"Multi-material technology gives our engineers tremendous opportunities to improve all aspects of a golf club," said John Solheim, chairman and chief executive officer of Ping. [... more » ]
"When you dominate a leaderboard like we did at the Buick Open, it further validates the performance features of our cleats," said Dan Tilton, vice president of sales for PrideSports. [... more » ]
"It is one of our best selling new products that we have in the store! We’ve sold through it three times in the past two months," said Mark Husak, golf merchandiser at the Jacaranda Golf Club in Plantation, Fla. [... more » ]
"Female golfers are discovering them for their attractive look, ultrasoft feel and superior performance. And men are discovering what great gifts they make for the golfing women in their lives," said company CEO Marje Helfet. [... more » ]
The 2006 Westfield Junior PGA Championship, kicks off Thursday, Aug. 10, with an experienced and talented field of junior golfers from across the country. The expanded field consists of 156 contestants. [... more » ]
"We are pleased to continue our relationship with the Environmental Institute for Golf by helping five golf course superintendents further their professional development," said Scott Welge of Bayer Environmental Science. [... more » ]
"What the golf industry needs is ... a highly productive gathering of buyers and suppliers engaged in order writing at the most strategically critical time in the golf industry business year," said Doug Miller, president of Urban Expositions. [... more » ]
So I'm sitting alone in a dark coffee shop, see. I had just got off the phone with the boss, and that miserable so and so gives me a case to work on that's pure bush league, baby. Something about Astroturf and some leggy little golf minx named Michelle Wie. [... more » ]
We are big fans of Natalie Gulbis. (No, the staff is not all male.) We follow her golf exploits and don't pry into her private life - unless, of course, it is presented to us on a silver platter, or, in this case, in an electronic article. SI.com has a marvelous cheesecake piece on Natalie's personal life. [... more » ]
With a small donation to the American Lung Association of Massachusetts, you get 12 months of golf discounts on the greens and in the pro shops. Act now and buy the 2007 card, and you'll get a 2006 card free. [... more » ]