Golf News for Wednesday, September 20, 2006
"We created the r7 TP to deliver constant distance from one swing to the next, thanks in part to its Inverted Cone Technology," said Sean Toulon, TaylorMade VP. "We expect them to generate an enthusiastic following among tour pros and low handicappers alike." [... more » ]
"We welcome the Bobby Jones Company as a new benefits provider to our membership," says Pam Swensen, CEO of the EWGA. "Research shows that our members are avid golfers and consumers." [... more » ]
"Suunto is recognized as being the leading wristop computer for diving, sailing and mountaineering," said Suunto's general manager Mike Dowse. "We hope to do the same with our golf line." [... more » ]
"John is a great player and a superb brand ambassador who has been instrumental in helping Dunning Golf to develop performance apparel that meets golf-specific needs," said Ralph Dunning. [... more » ]
"Now he will be back on the PGA Tour in 2007 and will get the chance to do that every week. I believe Kevin's best golf is yet to come," said Dr. David Wright of The Wright Balance Golf Academy. [... more » ]
Wailea Resort's heralded Gold Course, featuring postcard views of the Pacific Ocean on all 18 holes, will once again play host to the popular event, which will kick off the 2007 Champions Tour season. [... more » ]
The “Rounds & Rooms” program is now available at Willow Crest Golf Club, at the Oak Brook Hills Marriott Resort in Oak Brook, IL and Crane’s Landing Golf Club at the Lincolnshire Marriott Resort in Lincolnshire, IL. [... more » ]
Get outside and explore all that Sandestin has to offer. Play a round of golf on one of the resort's four championship courses. Guests can enjoy special events and celebrations that will take place this fall.. [... more » ]
The American and European Junior Ryder Cup teams played to a 6-6 draw this week in Wales, which allowed the Europeans to retain the Cup. I have a feeling this does not bode well for the adults. [... more » ]
The pirate word "Aarrrr" can be especially useful in match play situations (not a bad strategy for our American team during the Ryder Cup. Even wearing puffy shirts while saying "Aarrr" would be less humiliating for them than what happened at the matches in 2004). [... more » ]