Golf News for Tuesday, September 19, 2006
In this episode, Barry Solomon gives some tips on playing your tee shot to an elevated green, plus gives you some ideas of what you need to get through golfing on a rainy day. Plus, if you're having trouble with your putter, don't miss "The Rules of Golf Made Simple." [... more » ]
Relying upon the Pro V1x golf ball and a full bag of Titleist golf clubs, Ben Curtis closed with a final round 2-under 70 to capture the 84 Lumber Classic in Massachusetts for his second victory in three months. [... more » ]
Ian Poulter cruised to his seventh career PGA European Tour title at the Madrid Open. With the win, he earned a spot in the final World Golf Championship event of the season to be played in two weeks. [... more » ]
"If a golfer picks up an appropriate wedge to fit his swing type, the soft forged 1018 Carbon will give him a feel and accuracy that he will fall in love with." said Scratch Golf founding partner Ari Techner. [... more » ]
"Our 2007 men’s golf collection is designed to appeal to the most discerning golfers,” says Per Aagren, Head of Global Sales, ECCO Golf. The men’s golf collection is endorsed by numerous Tour stars. [... more » ]
"This pro-am will give players of all levels a terrific golfing experience not only because of the premier venue, but also because of the tremendous prizes," said Carol Pence, the Northern California PGA Section's Growth of the Game director. [... more » ]
Bob Lamkin, president and CEO of Lamkin, says that legend Arnold Palmer "has played Lamkin grips throughout his career, is a prostate cancer survivor and an active participant in the campaign." [... more » ]
Paul Casey, winner of the 2006 HSBC World Match Play Championship, is looking forward to the challenge of winning a unique double at the HSBC Champions tournament in China, 9-12 November. [... more » ]
The Executive Women's Golf Association (EWGA) Foundation has launched an online auction running September 15 through October 15 to raise funds for its golf education and leadership development programs. [... more » ]
In doing my part for the U.S. this Ryder Cup week (otherwise known as Week 3 of the NFL to most of America), I was among the U.S. golf writers who turned back the Canadian swine in the inaugural Canadian-American, Why-Are-We-Doing-This-Thing Again Writers Cup. [... more » ]
We at the Golfer Supremacy Rankings demand an apology from Pope Benedict XVI for his recent insinuation that we are a "golf rankings of hate." Should our demands not be met, we will be forced to frantically wave our hands in the air and then repeat the demands, in even sterner tones. [... more » ]