Golf News for Wednesday, September 13, 2006
According to authoritative Darrell Survey, the majority of pros depended on Golf Pride grips at the 2006 Bell Canadian Open, played at the Hamilton Golf and Country Club in Ancaster, Ontario, Canada. [... more » ]
"Rosen Shingle Creek is a new breed of hotel," said hotelier Harris Rosen at the ribbon-cutting ceremony. The newly opened hotel in Orlando includes a David Harman-designed championship golf course. [... more » ]
"Our award-winning line of Wilson Staff irons is generating consumer demand, and expectations are extremely high for the upcoming launch of our new Di7 iron," said Tim Clarke, general manager of Wilson Golf. [... more » ]
"Our objective is to build, buy, partner or license leading golf accessory brands. Consequently, we needed a name that supported that vision," said Mike Hedge, president and chief executive officer. [... more » ]
"Although we cannot bring back the ones who lost their lives or replace the limbs that were lost while defending our country, MiGA’s goal is to help reconstruct their lives ... through the game of golf," said MiGA's Mike Adams. [... more » ]
"I am confident that we have the best junior golfers from the United States," said Jack Connelly, U.S. Junior Ryder Cup Team captain. "We are going to go over to Wales to have fun with the goal of bringing home the cup." [... more » ]
Circling Raven Golf Club, a three-year-old course in Idaho owned and operated by the Coeur d’Alene Tribe, has been named one of the nation’s top 10 Indian casino golf courses by Native Peoples Magazine. [... more » ]
Rick Martino, PGA director of instruction, is listed as one of the top 50 golf instructors in America. The list focuses on teachers at learning centers, golf ranges and academies with short courses. [... more » ]
Nobody in the European side is playing any better than Stewart Cink, David Toms or JJ Henry, except perhaps Luke Donald. And Lehman’s third real strong pairing will probably come from these three. [... more » ]
After-school programs with donations of time by LPGA and Futures tour golfers will give young girls hope (and vision) who might never have even seen a professional female athlete before. Bring the LPGA to the masses! If that doesn't work, there's always Playboy! [... more » ]
"The key role that Pinehurst Resort played in the initiation of the Safe Harbor program is something that the entire golf industry can be proud of," said GCSAA President Sean A. Hoolehan. [... more » ]