Golf News for Monday, January 22, 2007
"The M-Pulse Putter features the most advanced and unequaled design technology ever in a putter," said Bernie Pinder, President and CEO of Ontic Golf Group. "It is a true physical definition of the term state-of-the-art." [... more » ]
Golf courses in Palm Springs are in a conditioning 'arms race' and persnickety golfers benefit, Chris Baldwin tells host Dave Berner. Turf grass know-how's not just for supers, geeks. And RonMon takes a break from winter golf in Buffalo, N.Y. to report on the strange weather. [... more » ]
Defending champion and two-time event winner Tom Kite heads the list of former champions who are among the early entries for the 18th annual AT&T Champions Classic golf tournament March 12-18. [... more » ]
"The partnership between the PureLaunch and SwingView Pro means teachers can gather more information when working with students to identify problems quickly," said Dr. Gary Wiren. "The system is accurate, easy to use and that’s a win-win for everyone!" [... more » ]
"The P3ProSwing, with the accurate data it provides, is ideal both for golfers seeking to improve their play and for golf professionals teaching the game," said Rick Martino, PGA of America director of instruction. [... more » ]
The new Unlimited Golf Package features championship golf at three championship golf courses in the Baja California area: The Palmilla Golf Course, Mayan Resorts Golf Course and The Country Club At Cabo San Lucas. [... more » ]
New Addition for Golfers Rounds Out $187 Million Resort Renovation [... more » ]
"The Atlantic Golf Club has and will continue to participate in the USGA mission. It is with great pride that Atlantic will host the Mid-Amateur Championship in 2010," said Chairman Emeritus Lowell Schulman. [... more » ]
"The PG Onesize Fitsall glove is a great way for retailers to offer one golf glove that most every golfer will love," said Gary Krueger, President, PG Professional Golf. "It allows retailers to reduce the number of SKUs on hand." [... more » ]
What a whacky day Sunday was - the Twilight Zone as one commentator dubbed it. You could tell it was going to be one of those swings and roundabouts affairs market layers love. Survival was the word on most players lips, including Charley Hoffman, propelled into history by an eagle. [... more » ]
It really is amazing how far the Bob Hope's fallen in one calendar flip. One transition illustrates the sad slide perfectly. In 2006, the Bob Hope had Justin Timberlake, the boy band legend turned serious artist and hell of an interesting personality. In 2007, it has Taylor Hicks. [... more » ]
"It is truly an honor to be recognized for my passionate commitment to the protection and preservation of the environment and the role that this plays within the golf industry," said Anthony Williams, Stone Mountain course superintendent. [... more » ]