Golf News for Friday, October 19, 2007
"On the heels of the USGA’s ruling allowing the use of rangefinders during competition under local tournament rules, the use of GPS has become one of the hottest trends in golf," said Pete Charleston, President, GolfLogix. [... more » ]
"We’re very excited about the opportunity of offering such a fresh idea to our clients," said Marianne Lines, founder of Tournaments to a Tee. "It’s a great fit with our business of helping tournaments." [... more » ]
"I believe that today’s golfer requires, at a minimum, complete freedom of movement along with ultra quiet softness and lightweight in their rain wear," said Mike Willis, one of the owners of Sunderland. [... more » ]
"We are thrilled to announce that another Marriott Golf managed course has become Audubon Certified," said Robert Waller, Senior Director of Golf Grounds. Grand Pines is located in Orlando, Florida. [... more » ]
Twenty-six golf courses from across the country have earned the official designation as a women-friendly facility from the Executive Women's Golf Association. There are now 40 courses with the designation. [... more » ]
"The CleanStrike wet wipes present a unique opportunity for us to add value to the purchase of C-Groove Putters the world over," said Francis Ricci, Chief Executive Officer of Denver-based Yes! Golf. [... more » ]
"I've been a longtime admirer of E-Z-GO and am honored to join the company's team of sales representatives," said Feldman. "I look forward to helping E-Z-GO gain additional market share in my home state." [... more » ]
Bob currently operates Glass Golf in Fort Myers where he lives at Old Hickory Country Club. He does club repair and builds clubs for members at Old Hickory as well as his numerous friends in the local golf community. [... more » ]
"Improved features of the site are designed to enhance the user experience and help our customers get exactly the label style and grips that best suit their personality," said Kim Rippere, President of C-Thru Grips. [... more » ]
Poulter and Rose served their golfing apprenticeships together as room-mates on the European Challenge Tour over eight years ago and have subsequently driven each other to the pinnacle of the game. [... more » ]
"I am playing well, and with confidence just now and having won a couple of times on the Challenge Tour this season I feel that if I play well over the four rounds then I will be there," said Robert Dinwiddie. [... more » ]
High-handicap golfers make the rough rougher than it really is. Some try to "help" the ball out with a sweeping motion, only to have the grass grab the clubface and close it, sending the shot low and left. Others hit down, on top of the ball with a karate-chop move that barely advances the ball forward. [... more » ]
So, you're in the Bradenton-Sarasota area, you've played your little game of golf, now you're hungry as a lumberjack. What kind of restaurant are you looking for? Haggis! [... more » ]
"The Cisco Growing with Technology Awards program celebrates the entrepreneurial approach that leading small and midsized businesses are taking," said Peter Alexander, VP of Business Marketing at Cisco. [... more » ]
The Canadian Golf Superintendents Association has announced the 2007 winners in its Superintendent of the Year, Future Superintendent of the Year as well as its John B Steel Award categories. [... more » ]
"Meetings were held with 22 different countries at this year's Open Championship at Carnoustie and this has led to an increase in the number of nations now in receipt of R&A support," said Duncan Weir, The R&A director of golf development. [... more » ]