Golf News for Monday, August 28, 2006
The new King Cobra Baffler utility metals provide golfers a versatile and forgiving utility club that offers higher trajectory, longer distance, greater accuracy and more versatility than the original Baffler. [... more » ]
"This is an original gift for golf enthusiasts. People, young and old, who have never picked up a club can now experience the game of golf -- quickly and affordably," said Card Golf’s Adam McWethy. [... more » ]
The fabrics feature the Ping Collection's proprietary Dry-Fiber Dynamics system, which wicks moisture away from the skin, keeping the player cooler and drier, and Sensor Cool temperature regulation. [... more » ]
The site enables parents and children to locate golf courses that offer programs allowing kids to play golf free with a paying adult, making golfing together much more affordable. [... more » ]
"Our mission as golf professionals is to promote and grow the game of golf. The 2007 Kansas City Golf Show offers us a venue to do just that," said Brad Demo, executive director of the Midwest Section PGA. [... more » ]
"After the acquisition of over eight different labels in the past 50 years of being in the sportswear and golf industry, we feel it best to present three defined brands to consumers," said company CEO Brett Stern. [... more » ]
"Jacobsen has made a strategic decision to focus on its professional turf business, which includes golf course, sports turf and municipal grounds equipment," said Dan Wilkinson, president of Jacobsen. [... more » ]
The PGA Fall Expo Golf Outing and Testing Day, which takes place at the renowned Bali Hai Golf Club on Sept. 12, a day before the start of the trade show, has a limited number of playing opportunities left. [... more » ]
"Being recognized by the Hall of Fame in my hometown is both humbling and wonderful," said Garety. "To see my name up there with the likes of President Gerald Ford, Mickey Stanley, Greg Meyer and Marion Ladewig is an honor." [... more » ]
Hey, look, Tiger Woods won again. That's four consecutive wins for the man we now refer to as "the guy who totally screwed up our chances to try out some Stewart Cink material." [... more » ]
Not long ago, I did a story on what I believed to be the top-10 courses in Myrtle Beach. The story got a lot of responses, and now I'm wondering what you readers think. [... more » ]