Golf News for Wednesday, October 10, 2007
"This is back-to-back wins for the AXIV Technology on the PGA Tour, and we’re extremely excited to have the AXIV Technology make such a huge impact," said Jim McIntosh, tour representative for UST. [... more » ]
"This weekend really characterizes Champ Spikes," said Harris MacNeill, President of Champ. "Three wins on three different tours with the consistency of using the same spike is phenomenal." [... more » ]
"Just like at the U.S. Amateur, where Fujikura was the #1 Driver Shaft brand, the Mid-Am players’ selection of our shafts again validates that Fujikura performs at the highest level," said Peter R. Sanchez, Fujikura President/COO. [... more » ]
"To have such a talented PGA Tour player like Wilson using our tee each week is a huge testament to the success and popularity of Zero Friction," said Excel Golf Founder and President, John Iacono. [... more » ]
"My putting is really what carried me through the day," said Kang, who came from six shots behind to take the title. "I struggled a little with my tee shots on the front nine, so my putting really saved me." [... more » ]
Loren Roberts has now won three major championships on the Champions Tour since joining the circuit in 2005. He began Sunday’s round with a three-shot lead over fellow TaylorMade Tour Staffer Fred Funk. [... more » ]
"Conditions were really tough today with the wind blowing a totally different direction," said Main, of Danville, CA. "I didn’t play the front well, but after the wind settled, I played really solid on the back." [... more » ]
"The increasing media coverage that International Pairs is gaining, both at home and overseas also provides the EGU with a great opportunity," said Lynne Fraser, the EGU’s marketing and PR manager. [... more » ]
"Carnoustie is delighted to welcome the Senior Open Championship and MasterCard in 2010," said Gordon Murray, Carnoustie Golf Links Chairman. Sunningdale will host the Senior Open Championship in 2009. [... more » ]
"To find a school that delivers such a high level of personalized instruction for such a reasonable price is extraordinary in the world of golf," said Jann Walker, director of marketing at Pawleys Plantation. [... more » ]
"At the San Diego Golf Academy, we provide all the essential materials needed to be successful in this field," said Eric Wilson, a PGA master professional and campus director of the Myrtle Beach Campus. [... more » ]
For a joining fee of $300 and monthly dues of $185; you will have access to one of the area’s newest and most reasonably priced clubs. Included in the dues are unlimited golf and carts for the member. [... more » ]
"We could not be more pleased that Tom Wishon is speaking at our conference in January," said Carol Huff, PCS manager of membership and partner relations. "Tom is one of the most highly respected people." [... more » ]
"Kerry brings a wealth of talent and design experience to Golf For Women,” said Susan Reed, Editor-in-Chief. "We look forward to her direction in continuing to raise the visual level of the magazine." [... more » ]
It seems Nelson Mandela has withdrawn an invitation to Gary Player to host a charity fundraising tournament in Mandela's name due to Player's business ties in Myanmar. [... more » ]
You can have all the Fazios, even Tom, and all the Jones, even Rees and Robert Trent Sr. You can take Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Arthur Hills. Just leave me Pete Dye. [... more » ]