Golf News for Thursday, September 21, 2006
"We're very happy to make Versus golf equipment available to our customers," says Pat Dempsey, owner of Horsepower Golf. Versus is known for outstanding feel, forgiveness and distance. [... more » ]
"The HSBC World Match Play has provided plenty of action in its 43-year history, and we’re very proud for UST shafts to have dominated the final round," said Gene Simpson, vice president for UST brands. [... more » ]
"This hybrid iron set is the perfect marriage of feel, performance and great looks. The Idea Pro will add to the successful momentum of the entire Idea brand," said the CEO of Adams Golf, Chip Brewer. [... more » ]
"We are excited to announce David as our new membership head golf professional," said Darrin Helfrick, golf general manager, Doral Golf Resort & Spa. Loomis was formerly their golf retail supervisor. [... more » ]
"The addition of a golf component is a continuation of our commitment to providing guests with a healthy, stimulating vacation, geared toward their active lifestyles," said Frank Johnson, VMLS general manager. [... more » ]
Media members are invited to a “sneak peak” round on Friday, October 6, the day before charter members and local dignitaries will get their chance to play the much-anticipated championship layout . [... more » ]
Designed by Arthur Hills/Steve Forrest and Associates, Hills Golf Club held a ceremony for members and Swedish golf dignitaries to officially christen the most talked-about new course in Europe. [... more » ]
"There is no better charity event in the country than the COX Classic," said Softspikes' Rick Oleksyk. "We were able to benefit the charities while improving the comfort and performance of hundreds of golfers." [... more » ]
"Without a doubt, the Golf Classic has been a big success because we met our fundraising goals," said Lara Coffee, SemperComm's executive director. The event raised more than $38,000 for their mission. [... more » ]
Ryder Cup frenzy has already begun. All Annika Sorenstam and the rest of the ladies on the LPGA tour have to do is patiently wait until Sunday when golf fanatics suffering from Ryder Cup withdrawal will most certainly be flipping the remote control incessantly. [... more » ]
There were gripes from the Euros about the K Club being such an "American" course. True enough: no wind, no long, dry bounces in the fairways, no death-rough. We tore up the American course – relatively speaking – and left our European counterparts in tatters. [... more » ]