Golf News for Thursday, August 3, 2006
"Not only did we chalk up another win, but what an important win. This talented PGA Professional hasn’t been in the winner’s circle in 10 years," said Mike Herron, business development manager of Excel Golf Tees. [... more » ]
"We want to make shopping as simple and as secure as possible for our web customers. This new site is easier to navigate and provides more product information than did our previous design," said CEO Wayne Lin. [... more » ]
Malarkey was elected to PGA membership in August 1926, and was the thirteenth longest serving member in PGA of America history. He leaves a legacy of unrivaled storytelling and enjoyment of the game. [... more » ]
Nicknamed the "Hershey Hurricane," Picard compiled 26 PGA Tour wins during an outstanding career. From 1934 to 1941, he served as professional of the Hershey Country Club and Hershey’s other three courses. [... more » ]
Bob Wallace was named company golf sales representative of the year, while Pat Mason was named AMF golf representative of the year and Hugh Bell was recognized as 2006 rookie of the year. [... more » ]
Following its CBS debut, "The Road to the PGA Championship" -- a one-hour special that follows 20 PGA Professionals who gained a berth in the season's final major -- will re-air four times on the Golf Channel. [... more » ]
The author of "Golf in the Kingdom," "The Kingdom of Shivas Irons" and "In the Zone," among others, discusses how his books have become training guides for many as well as their impact on sports psychology. [... more » ]
"Circling Raven is a lush, beautiful golf course that challenges you from start to finish," said Ward. "And the setting of Circling Raven, out in the grassy, rolling hills, is so relaxing and beautiful." [... more » ]
The inaugural PGA Fall Expo Trend Seminar, which opens the Expo on Sept. 13, from 8:30–9:30 a.m. in Las Vegas, presents emerging equipment and apparel trends along with ways to profit from them. [... more » ]
Sure, I love giving Wie Warriors a little tweak now and again, which is why I predict Wie won't win in 2006 and by June 2007 will have become a full-blown cannibal. [... more » ]
Not everyone who stays at Wynn Las Vegas who's interested in golf wants to shell out $500 for the needlessly mysterious wall-enclosed Tom Fazio course behind the hotel. [... more » ]