Golf News for Tuesday, August 29, 2006
"The IROD was once again the No. 1 hybrid shaft at a pro tour event, and we’re very pleased that so many players trusted the consistency and performance of UST graphite shafts," said Gene Simpson, VP for UST. [... more » ]
"Sales of all of the Accupath models has been brisk," said Wayne Lin, CEO of Tour Golf Products. "These putters have the balance, alignment, feel and performance we all are looking for on the greens." [... more » ]
"These professionals who compete on the LDA are extremely talented and we're delighted to be recognized as their 'Official' Golf Tee," said Mike Herron business development manager for Excel Golf Tees. [... more » ]
Situated on 300 waterfront acres in Southampton, N.Y., and neighboring some of golf's most venerable layouts, Sebonack is being hailed as one of the most innovative course designs to be unveiled in years. [... more » ]
"Lee Trevino and Raymond Floyd are truly two of the 'legends of golf'," said Alan Thielemann, Georgia-Pacific marketing VP. "We are delighted to have Lee and Raymond play in our championship." [... more » ]
"The State Open has been and always will be a great way for people to see some of the game’s rising stars up close and on a more personal level," said Brad Stormon, director of the tournament. [... more » ]
"Callaway Golf’s far-reaching commitment and support of PGA Professionals and the PGA of America is underscored by their longstanding participation in the PGA Merchandise Show," said PGA of America CEO Joe Steranka. [... more » ]
Golf training-aids manufacturer, distributor and golf school Perfectstroke has recently made its golf instruction reference guide text and images available on the company's website, [... more » ]
"GOLF: A Family Vacation for a Day" provides a structured, yet casual opportunity for families to learn and play golf together and promotes golf as a regular family activity. The pilot program runs through September. [... more » ]
Host Dave Berner talks with blogger Ron Mon about the beauty of New England golf, and chats with National Editor Tim McDonald about the high-end Naples, Fla., golf scene. [... more » ]
The ongoing steroid discussion continues as Tiger Woods wants steroid testing in golf while Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem says its not necessary. I think Woods may be more right. [... more » ]