Golf News for Friday, September 29, 2006
Johnson shot the low round of the "Oregon Classic" at Shadow Hills Country Club outside Eugene with a 66 and told Scratch Golf that 4 of his 7 birdies on the day were set up by his Scratch Golf wedges. [... more » ]
With the MP-67, Mizuno has taken muscleback design to the next level by adding an innovative "Slender" Cut Muscle Design to deliver unsurpassed feel and workability. MP-67 irons are grain flow forged. [... more » ]
The Superlight 3.5 is lightweight and fully featured with a six-way top with full-length dividers; seven pockets including a full-length clothing pocket, velour lined valuables pouch, and water bottle pouch. [... more » ]
The “Learn the Links with a Pro” package features a half-hour private lesson with a PGA professional and unlimited use of the driving range to practice your irons and drives to learn the art of golf [... more » ]
"Only through a thorough knowledge of the game can the architect develop a true understanding of strategy, shot value, limitations of players," said American Society of Golf Course Architects president Muirhead. [... more » ]
From now till Oct. 31, visitors to and can register to win nearly $25,000 in prizes, including a Grand Prize trip to West Palm Beach, Fla., for the ADT Championship. [... more » ]
Adam's Rib Ranch sits along the highly anticipated Tom Weiskopf-designed golf course, one of only a few in the state, and is situated on mountain property, a significant portion of which will remain undeveloped. [... more » ]
Crow Creek Golf Plantation in Myrtle Beach reopened all 18 holes last week after a disgruntled (former employees who commit vandalism are always described as "disgruntled") employee allegedly dumped an herbicide on the greens. [... more » ]
When you have job that requires one or two hastily written and researched blogs every couple months like the Cheap Bastard does, then you'd also be looking for chances to get away from it all. That's why Cheap here is heading down to Florida to take advantage of great fall deals. [... more » ]
"We believe this is the first time that a country club has ever integrated mobile "night vision" technology into tactical operations and perimeter security,” said Frenchman's Creek Executive Director Achal Goswami. [... more » ]