Golf News for Tuesday, January 16, 2007
"It is not every day that a new course at St Andrews is named. In reaching this decision, we were acutely aware that the name of the new course would have to stand the test of time," said Alastair Dempster, chairman of trustees. [... more » ]
Hills/Forrest is busy with projects breaking ground this year outside Moscow and Heidelberg, plus others taking shape in Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, Portugal's Algarve region, Central America and the United States. [... more » ]
"Consistent Tour leadership is important for credibility, as it provides the ultimate endorsement for comfort, traction, and overall performance characteristics of our cleats," said Joe Zellar, president, PrideSports. [... more » ]
"These statistics are particularly telling because they occurred during a terribly challenging time, and they show how popular Mississippi’s golf-and-gaming attractions have become," said D. Craig Ray, MDA tourism division director. [... more » ]
"All of us at Talbots are proud to be a supporting partner of EWGA," said Betsy Thompson, director of public relations for Talbots. "We ... look forward to playing a significant role in promoting the growth of women's golf." [... more » ]
Doug Applegate, an independent sales representative with more than 30 years experience, will represent all of Lord Daniel’s golf apparel lines in Georgia, Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. [... more » ]
Paul Goydos, relying upon the new Pro V1 prototype for the first time in competition, birdied three of the last four holes, edging fellow Titleist player Luke Donald by one shot to win the Sony Open. [... more » ]
New in 2007 are the four-day Chuck Cook VIP School, and a Half Day Putting School. Favorites are back including the two- and three-day schools—All-In-One, Ladies-Only, Short Game, Family Tee Together, and the five half-day Junior Academy. [... more » ]
"The menu is matched with specialty wines chosen by our sommelier in order to create an authentic and very 'local' dining experience," said Bear Mountain Victoria Golf Resort & Spa Executive Chef Iain Rennie. [... more » ]
The unbelievable performance by 16-year-old Tadd Fujikawa at the Sony Open was a breath of fresh air, as the tiny terror showed himself to be as adept with a microphone as he is with a putter. [... more » ]
In Las Vegas, they have a sin for everyone, and for us "devourers of the damned" they have cheap buffets and great food all over town. And deals for meals are just there for the asking. [... more » ]
 
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