Golf News for Friday, September 1, 2006
"We are thrilled to be the first to market with this unique technology in golf. This performance product will have a dramatic effect on consumers’ golf shoe expectations in the future," said Rob Kelley of FootJoy. [... more » ]
The K-VEST Demo Program, which provides PGA Professionals with 2-4 PGA MSR Credits for participating, kicked off Aug. 29 with a sold-out event at the Scarsdale Golf Club in Hartsdale, N.Y. [... more » ]
"The Ryder Cup is a truly demanding competition," said apparel designer Ralph Dunning. "It places great demands on a player’s body, and Zach knows our premium technical fabrics allow him to perform his best." [... more » ]
Sibo will be responsible for representing Pima Direct in Georgia, Alabama and the Florida Panhandle, and Gama will be handling the east coast from Philadelphia North through the Met Section and New England. [... more » ]
"We're excited to see this program continuing to gain popularity and closing the gender gap between boys and girls in golf," said Mike Hughes, CEO of the NGCOA, which sponsors the program. [... more » ]
The brand's momentum in the marketplace has been driven by tour success and visibility. Recent Darrell Survey figures report that adidas Golf is the No. 2 shoe on the PGA Tour and one of the most visible. [... more » ]
Sea Trail Golf Resort & Conference Center, located in Sunset Beach, N.C., will be the site of GolfWeek magazine’s Mixed Couples Championship, to be held Sept. 9-10 on Sea Trail’s Dan Maples Course. [... more » ]
The free golf weekend takes place over the Oct. 20-22 weekend and offers a free round at one of the region's noted courses with a paid night's lodging at one of the area hotels participating in the promotion. [... more » ]
Anyone planning to visit Myrtle Beach this weekend to play golf shouldn't be put off by Ernesto, the tropical storm that never quite reached hurricane status. Lots of rain and wind, but little damage. [... more » ]
Donald Trump fired his golf division boss, Carolyn Kepcher, simply Carolyn to Apprentice fans, reportedly for excessive self promotion. Yes, I know. The laugh track should start immediately. [... more » ]
"Because of what happened in the gulf region we wanted to find a way by which all states could affordably receive reports, in standardized formats, quantifying golf's economic impact," said Ruffin Beckwith, executive director of Golf 20/20. [... more » ]