Golf News for Thursday, October 25, 2007
"The Fry’s Open and Portugal Masters are two more great Tour wins for UST graphite shafts," said Jim McIntoch, Tour representative for UST. "PGA Tour players demand the highest possible performance." [... more » ]
"Performance and custom fitting is what we are all about," said David Makarucha, Accra Golf Shafts. "Accra with AXIV technology is only available through the very best Professional Club Fitters." [... more » ]
"Superior shaft technology produces superior results, as professionals playing Graphite Design prove every week," said Tim Gillis, currently Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Graphite Design. [... more » ]
"We are very pleased that so many of our wedges are in play every week on the Nationwide as we head into the final two events of the season," said Paul Friedrich, Scratch Golf's PGA Tour Representative. [... more » ]
"I made a great swing on the ball at the final hole," said Loeffler. "I caught the ball just how I wanted to and left myself about 15 feet and almost holed the putt. I really felt like that putt sealed the win for me." [... more » ]
"We are delighted that Cleveland has chosen the Vector Pro Launch Monitor for their flagship European Fitting Centre. This is yet another success story," said Nick Sedgwick from Proshot Solutions. [... more » ]
"We are pleased to have as a strategic partner," said Terry Olson, Golfweek's vice president/publisher. "With the significant development of video technology, the timing was right to work together." [... more » ]
"We are looking forward to bringing Golfest to Palm Springs and giving local golfers the opportunity to try the latest equipment, see some entertaining shows," said Al Snow, marketing director. [... more » ]
The International Network of Golf has put together an impressive panel to analyze new and innovative ways to grow the game of golf with Andy Mears directing questions to a panel of experts. [... more » ]
Bell, who has been a member of The R&A's Championship Department since 1998, replaces Grant Moir, who is leaving to concentrate on his expanding role at The R&A. Moir served as joint deputy secretary since 2000. [... more » ]
"He exudes the leadership traits, customer service skills, club operations expertise and golf development experience that make him ideal for this position," said Rob Shults, president of Honours Golf. [... more » ]
"Fairway & Greene continues to be the leader in luxury and quality, and our customers look to us for these kinds of products that are becoming increasingly important in the golf shop," said Todd Martin, President. [... more » ]
The players don't seem at all happy with the course, complaining that it's a very long and muddy walk. They should just concentrate on not spoiling it, and to do that it looks like they'll need a pretty all-round game. [... more » ]
After suggesting to the press that Michelle Wie shouldn't play mens tournaments earlier this summer, now David Leadbetter is going public analyzing her dreadful 2007 season. [... more » ]
"More than 60 volunteers from our campus participated in the event," said Tim Eberlein, campus director of SDGA Phoenix. "We work hard at SDGA to support and promote such positive attitudes." [... more » ]