Golf News for Monday, September 18, 2006
Tim McDonald spotlights one of the cheapest cities for golf in America: Gainesville, Fla. Fall golf is here in the Midwest, and Brandon Tucker offers his advice on super golf deals in northern Michigan. And Executive Editor Mark Nessmith at golf in the heart of Europe, the Czech Republic. [... more » ]
"The CCi irons are targeted to the better players who prefer the look of a more traditional iron and want the perfect performance balance between feel and forgiveness," said Stan Grissinger, of Nike Golf. [... more » ]
The march toward the 2007 Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour continues for a field of 171 players at the LPGA Sectional Qualifying Tournament at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, Calif. [... more » ]
The fight for the top five spots on the Duramed Futures Tour's money list which would give them LPGA membership in 2007 came down to the final shot of the ILOVENY Championship in Albany, N.Y. [... more » ]
Defending Champion Tiger Woods, Jim Furyk and Phil Mickelson, the top three players in the Official World Golf Rankings, respectively, will all qualify for this year|s tournament at The Grove in England. [... more » ]
The 57-year-old Baxter Greene turned in four strong rounds to win his flight, and then fired a net round of six-under 66 to defeat 42 other flight winners in the final playoff. Greene is a 24 handicapper. [... more » ]
"This ushers in a new and exciting era for golf in our community," said Gregg Harper, general manager of Ocean Hammock Resort. The multimillion dollar project will include the redesign of all 18 holes. [... more » ]
"We are thrilled to be recognized with the ‘Editor’s Choice Award," said Simon Webb, co-founder of SureShot GPS. The award came from PC News Weekly which noted it as a "must-have for serious golfers." [... more » ]
"We were extremely delighted to see that when giving the opportunity that customers continue to choose the extreme comfort of Bite shoes," said Dale Bathum, founder of Bite Footwear. [... more » ]
"We had a record-breaking season,” said Director Nancy Rowe. “The funds raised by the 25,000 golfers, volunteers, and sponsors are truly making a difference for cancer patients around the world." [... more » ]
Byron Nelson didn't win any match play tourneys or play any Ryder Cups during his 13-win streak, so shouldn't Tiger Woods' streak still be alive? One article I read earlier in the week even said if Woods won at Wentworth, it wouldn't have counted. I smell an asterisk. [... more » ]
The return to grounded balls caused considerable angst, with several players moaning to rules officials how muddy their balls still were (cue jokes about mud-wrestling). But that's no excuse for the droopy performance by most top-ranked golfers. End of term blues I guess. [... more » ]