Golf News for Tuesday, January 30, 2007
"Golfers of all abilities will be excited by the 2007 new product lineup from Callaway Golf," said George Fellows, Callaway Golf President and CEO. "There is something new from each of our four brands and for every skill level." [... more » ]
"Our putter sells itself. Once a golfer has the opportunity to demo a Daito putter, they are truly impressed with both the feel and accuracy of the product," said Michel Lemay of Daito Golf. [... more » ]
"The Golf Industry Show Silent Auction benefits everyone associated with the golf facility, including golfers enjoying the game in the natural environment," said Teri Harris, managing director. [... more » ]
The golf scramble will start January 31st, 2007 at 1:00 pm.Taking place just a few days before Super Bowl in Miami – the event hass the opportunity for an unsurpassable field of all-star players. [... more » ]
"The work by Roger Rulewich and Dave Fleury at Ridgewood is impressive. They have softened a lot of lines and delivered an appropriate design with dramatic changes that enhances play,” said David Kerr, Superintendent at Ridgewood. [... more » ]
"The sculptured land forms created by Robert White at Silver Springs are unique. The bunker shoulders have very straight lines. There are pedestal greens with hard edges." said Dave Fleury, Design Associate. [... more » ]
"A renaissance is taking place at Maggie Valley Club and it's great to be part of that," said Fletcher. "There are now first-class options for corporate retreats, overnight golf packages and vacation properties." [... more » ]
The JELD-WEN Tradition, Oregon's biggest golf event and one of five major championships on the Champions Tour, will be held Aug. 13-19 at the resort's Crosswater Golf Club and will be covered by NBC. [... more » ]
The launch of Legendary Marketing's new Golf Marketing Commander Product for Lake Monticello, Lake Monticello, VA, an 18-hole, championship length, and par-72 course ideal for golfers of all skill levels. [... more » ]
Even as women's golf sits on the brink of an exciting era, you wouldn't notice from the PGA Merchandise Show, where men dominate the action. [... more » ]
The PGA Merchandise Show has come and gone. Having experienced it all, Tim McDonald takes a look at what shined the brightest and what stunk it up at the big show. [... more » ]