Golf News for Tuesday, September 26, 2006
Host Dave Berner talks to's Kiel Christianson about The K Club and the pleasures of golfing in Ireland. Dave also discusses instruction with Marc Solomon, founder of the Golf Made Simple program. And author Tom Wishon explains strategies for finding the perfect club. [... more » ]
Champ Spikes will have a large presence at Europe's biggest golf show ever as Golf Europe 2006 kicks-off on September 29th. The European PGA event is a mainstay for the introduction of 2007 products. [... more » ]
"What makes the winning difference for many of the pros is the sophisticated engineering that goes into the Rifle Project X shaft." said Ray Lucas, a v.p. and g.m.of Rifle and Precision brands at True Temper. [... more » ]
One of five golf courses on property at Doral, the Blue Monster underwent refinements designed to enhance the overall golf experience at Doral, as well as prepare the course for the CA Championship. [... more » ]
The Putting Arc congratulates Eric Axley on his win at the Valero Texas Open. Since last May, Axley has gone from no status and the Hooters Tour to a two year exempt status on the PGA Tour. [... more » ]
Rosen Shingle Creek scored a knockout when it hosted the First Annual Shaquille O'Neal-led "Shaq's Mama Said Knock You Out" Celebrity Charity Golf Tournament. Proceeds are for nursing scholarships. [... more » ]
"We are very excited to bring the Marriott Golf management expertise to Starr Pass Golf Club, located in one of the country’s premier golf destinations," said Claye Atcheson, a v.p. at Marriott Golf. [... more » ]
The congressional resolution continues a year-long celebration nationwide of the organization, which was founded April 10, 1916, in New York City, and currently includes more than 28,000 professionals. [... more » ]
Brian Dees, director of golf at Barton Creek, offered the course to The First Tee volunteers and others to play for only $60, including greens fees and cart fees, with all proceeds going to The First Tee. [... more » ]
I have a lot of junk in my golf bag. The Boy Scouts would be proud, because with all my gear, I am always prepared. Well, almost always. I actually don't have any room left over for rain gear. Enter Sun Mountain's Micro J line of outerwear, featuring the "jacket in a jar." [... more » ]
There's no "I" in team, but there sure is an "I" in Tiger and Phil. The Americans, especially the icons of golf, aren't a patriotic lot. They may love their country, but if it keeps them away from a tournament weekend payday, why waste two weeks playing for just travel expenses? [... more » ]