Golf News for Tuesday, October 9, 2007
"As the 2007 PGA Tour season winds down, we’re proud to see that the best players continue to trust Golf Pride grips," said Jeff Fiorini, general manager for Eaton’s Golf Grip Division, maker of Golf Pride grips. [... more » ]
"It's always nice to win here," said Singh. "I've won in Korea back in 1995 and now this year." Singh shot a final round two-over-par 73 for a winning total six-under-par 278 at the recently held event. [... more » ]
"With the introduction of the MalibuWoody, the problem of achieving distance, coupled with hitting more fairways, has been solved," said Dr. Bruce G. Caldwell, the president of Caldwell Golf Co., Inc. [... more » ]
"The unique needs of women golfers have been long overdue for some fresh thinking," said Chuck Couch, Director of Marketing, Golf Division for Mizuno USA, Inc. . "The Sora collection is going to help women." [... more » ]
"A tremendous amount of time and effort was expended by our engineers to develop the incredible detail of three of the courses at St. Andrews, including the Old Course," says Bill Bales, AboutGolf’s CEO. [... more » ]
"It’s a unique opportunity to quickly reach a highly targeted group of women from around the country who are influential within their golfing sphere and their community," said Pam Swensen, CEO of EWGA. [... more » ]
"We are always looking for new and creative ways to enhance our members' knowledge, not only for the equipment profession, but as part of the golf industry as a whole," said Don Radcliff, President of PCS Board of Directors. [... more » ]
PG Professional Golf is proud to announce the acquisition of Oyster Reef, Shipyard Golf Course, Palmetto Hall and Port Royal Golf Course as golf ball retrieval accounts in Hilton Head, South Carolina. [... more » ]
"We wanted to provide the benefits of GPS to golfers at all our courses, and ProLink was the obvious choice based on our past experience," said Jason Matzat, Chief Financial Officer for Access Golf. [... more » ]
"We’re proud to be chosen as the warm-up system for these two fine programs," said Jim Light, Pro Line Sports President, referring to University of Florida and Texas A&M University Women’s Golf teams. [... more » ]
"I am thrilled to be chosen at this time and look forward to helping the 2009 team be the best they can be in representing the LPGA and the United States," said Daniel, a three-time Rolex Player of the Year. [... more » ]
The annual informal golf tournament that has celebrated John Denver's life for the past ten seasons is returning to Spyglass Hill in Monterey, the beautiful course where John spent his last day playing the game he loved. [... more » ]
Double US Open Champion Retief Goosen of South Africa, former Open Champion Paul Lawrie of Scotland and two time Masters Champion José Maria Olazábal of Spain, are but three of the game’s elite to appear. [... more » ]
With another banner year for Nike Golf unfolding, Leonard’s victory sustains Nike Golf’s momentum in leading the PGA Tour with the most driver and iron wins, and is tied with the most fairway wood wins. [... more » ]
Donald Trump is back in Scotland and the site of his proposed golf resort just north of Aberdeen, and the $2 million project continues to face opposition from some n Scotland. [... more » ]
Does Michelle Wie deserve to be in the field at the Samsung World Championship? That and other topics this week on the Golf for Beginners podcast! [... more » ]