Golf News for Thursday, November 1, 2007
Twelve new "tournament" tees were added by Todd Eckenrode. The angles of these new tee shots were again intended to strengthen the strategies of each hole as well as increase the overall yardage. [... more » ]
"We are thrilled to be working with a player of Woody’s caliber," said Doug Tibbetts, Zero Restriction’s president. "He is a tough competitor, and is certainly willing to put our gear to the test." [... more » ]
"We are very pleased to be working with such a respected industry veteran over the next 5 years. He will be instrumental in the success of our infomercial," said Mr. Bill Dey, e21's Chief Operating Officer. [... more » ]
"Golf Pride is one of the world’s most recognized golf brands and we are very happy to welcome them to the 2008 PCS Golf Equipment Professional Technology Conference," said Carol Huff, a PCS manger. [... more » ]
"We are pleased to turn over the leadership of Cleveland to such a capable and well-respected company and believe that this transaction is a clear win for everyone," said Bernard Mariette, President of Quiksilver, Inc. [... more » ]
"The results Rod has produced in such a short period of time reflect well not only on the skill of someone like Rod, but the acceptance of the KO Driver product," said Eric Yeh, Infiniti Golf President. [... more » ]
"With the production capabilities of our two offices, we are able to provide professional services around the clock, offering unparalleled client attention," said Lee Schmidt, founding member of the firm. [... more » ]
"Winning the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship was huge," said a proud Dougherty. "It was great to come out on top and it is nice to be rewarded with The European Tour Golfer of the Month award." [... more » ]
"The new "787" is definitely the next generation driver that a golfer can hit with more confidence of finding the fairway, and further down the fairway," said Nick Miller, the World's Amateur Long Drive Record Holder. [... more » ]
"Education and professional development opportunities such as this lead to the success of not only these assistant superintendents," said Gregg Breningmeyer, John Deere Golf & Turf director of sales and marketing. [... more » ]
"It is a very useful tool for our students, and now that they will have the ability to access the software at their convenience with their own personal V-1 System," said Brad Turner, director of the SDGA Orlando campus. [... more » ]
"We need to give real and concrete thanks for the sacrifice made by our war heroes returning home from around the globe. We cannot wait for our government to have a parade or build a monument," said CEO Peter Lineal. [... more » ]
I always shudder when I think of Disney's gaff at Orlando: it's the very aptly named Tower of Terror that gets me going after I foolishly allowed my not-so-wee bairns to drag me up it, and down, and up again, and ... you get the picture. Follow that with the Aerosmith roller coaster and see how much of a stomach you have left! [... more » ]
Miguel Carballo...John Kimbell...Jay Williamson...Chris Riley...Daniel Summerhays...Tom Scherrer...Franklin Langham...Brad Adamonis...Can you guess what these guys have in common, in addition to vowels, consonants, and good golf swings? [... more » ]
"ParsForCharity is a unique way to blend SAP’s strong philanthropical commitment to the Philadelphia area with our passion for technology," said Terry Laudal, SVP, Human Resources, SAP America, Inc. [... more » ]
"I am so proud of our clubs, our employee partners, and our members and how they came together to provide extraordinary and unique experiences," said Eric Affeldt, ClubCorp's president and CEO. [... more » ]