Golf News for Friday, January 12, 2007
"There are many companies making claims regarding PGA Tour dominance, but the Darrell Survey data speaks for itself, and it speaks loudly for PrideSports with 70% player usage," said Joe Zeller, president of PrideSports. [... more » ]
"The Accu-Length Pink Set was created to meet the demands of young girls who are becoming more and more interested in playing golf," said Rick Rutter, head of OnTrack Sports LLC, makers of Accu-Length. [... more » ]
"The Golf Pride 2007 grip series continues to build on our groundbreaking technology," said Jeff Fiorini, general manager of Eaton’s Golf Grip Division. "We look to develop grips that will give golfers an edge out on the course." [... more » ]
On the fourth Tuesday of each month, starting Jan. 23, La Costa Resort and Spa will reintroduce its popular "Play Like the Pros" package, scheduling tee times on the 18-hole composite layout. [... more » ]
"In order for golf to grow, we’re challenged on three fronts: the time it takes to play, the cost to play and environment concerns," said Hurdzan. "The industry needs to look at all three areas and do our part to combat these problems." [... more » ]
Excel Golf Tee has expanded its product line and moved into the grip category. Named after the Italian inspiration for touch, Tocare’ Grips is the new division under the newly renamed Excel Golf Products. [... more » ]
"We have simplified the site and at the same time kept it sophisticated in keeping with our brand," said Joanne Noble, president of the CEO Golf Challenge. "We want our customers to be able to go online and register without having to spend a lot of time." [... more » ]
By signing David Beckham, Major League Soccer is taking a gamble that could eventually threaten its own existence, which would be helpful to the PGA Tour in the end. [... more » ]
A hot putter helped Luke Donald take the first-round lead at the Sony Open. Is the Englishman still a solid bet, or should you look at other frontrunners like Jim Furyk? [... more » ]
"2006 will always be an unforgettable year with Arnold Palmer’s first appearance at the Monday After the Masters tournament," said Darius Rucker of Hootie & the Blowfish. "We look forward to an even bigger and better Monday After the Masters in 2007." [... more » ]