Golf News for Friday, January 19, 2007
"I’ll be swinging PowerBilt clubs on Tour again and we’re bringing back the orange PowerBilt bag,” Zoeller said, “It’s going to be a lot of fun to see that orange bag on the Tour fairways again," said Zoeller. [... more » ]
"With John’s involvement in Q-Link since 2003, and the job that he has done with our U.S. golf sales since he joined our firm, we are confident in his abilities to bring Q-Link to the next level," said CEO Steve Schulze. [... more » ]
Roberta Bolduc takes over as chairman in 2007 after serving as first vice chairman of the 16-member committee for the past two years. Barbara Douglas of Scottsdale, Ariz., has been appointed to a one-year term as vice chairman. [... more » ]
"The new generation of SureShot GPS, which we are proud to announce after a dedicated period of research and development, is even faster and more accurate than before," said Simon Webb, co-founder of SureShot GPS. [... more » ]
"Our unique ability to make shafts from scratch using the best materials available worldwide continues to set us apart from the competition," said Larry Bischmann, director of North America for MRC Golf. [... more » ]
"Repeated requests for matching driver and fairway wood covers from our friends on the LPGA Tour led to our latest set of delightful covers," said Jane Spicer, president of Daphne’s Headcovers. [... more » ]
"Teaching the golf swing properly is a key to student success," said Jackson. "Why try to teach a player how to swing correctly when his or her equipment won’t allow him to do so? Teaching and fitting go hand in hand." [... more » ]
"With the new technology, a player can set up any kind of shot they want and practice it over and over. They can master the chip, flip, flop, pitch and bump and run," said Russell Edens, Dancin’ Dogg president. [... more » ]
The jointly produced Tournament Gift Boxed Set Collection will consist of framed photographs of famous golf courses and legends of the game, along with Wiley books about the courses and players. [... more » ]
Ever thought about getting a job in the golf industry? Like say, a head pro or director of golf? Why not? Hang out on the course, play golf every day, have a ball. Only, it ain't like that. The golf pros I talk to never have enough time to play. [... more » ]
If you want to get behind a champion, try rooting for Lee Trevino, who has just a good a chance of returning to the top of the PGA Tour as Duval does. These days, Duval is much more John Daly than Tiger Woods, a sideshow rather than a champion. [... more » ]