Golf News for Tuesday, August 8, 2006
Barry and I compare his complicated yet instructional knowledge to the simplicity of John Jacobs' lessons for beginners. Also, get some great golf tips from the legendary Butch Harmon, and find out what happens if you mix equal parts LPGA with Champions Tour. [... more » ]
"When I first watched golf, the players wore a lot of color. It disappeared for a while. Now color is back," said Tony Q'aja. Thanks to Q’aja Couture, Tiger will no longer be the only thing burning brightly on the PGA circuit. [... more » ]
Four more golf ball wins this week, including the Weetabix British Women's Open, advances the Titleist victory count across the worldwide professional tours to 103 -- more than six times the nearest competitor. [... more » ]
"Laura is an incredible all-around player," said Francis Ricci, CEO of YES! Golf. "We are thrilled to have her using the putter and look forward to working with her both in the States and abroad." [... more » ]
"Kinesync v1.5 was designed to make the transition from video to wireless 3D technology very simple and extremely effective for the end user," said Michael Bentley, founder of Bentley Kinetics. [... more » ]
Five players from each country will advance to the CEO Golf Challenge World Championship at Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Club and Lodge in October, where one player will be crowned the Best CEO Golfer in the World. [... more » ]
"We are extremely proud that Dismal River represents my 250th design," said Jack Nicklaus. "And I say 'we' because every design I have been involved in, even as a solo designer, was a collaborative effort." [... more » ]
BASF Professional Turf & Ornamentals will sponsor People vs. the Pros for the third year, giving 25 golf course superintendents across the country the chance to play against Retief Goosen or Gary McCord on Aug. 22. [... more » ]
Tinger writes "I have never heard anyone say that." Which is part of the point of TravelGolf.com. You won't read the same old, same old here. There will be things that challenge your preconceived notions. [... more » ]
With tons of other young girls seemingly poised for early success on the LPGA Tour, should the LPGA, like most other professional leagues, impose an 18 or 19-year old age limit? [... more » ]
While the treatment of intertrochanteric hip fractures remains controversial, a new device called the Percutaneous Compression Plate was designed to minimize surgical trauma and improve functional outcomes. [... more » ]