Golf News for Tuesday, November 13, 2007
"We are greatly pleased," said D. Craig Ray, Director of the Mississippi Development Authority Division of Tourism. "More golf, gaming and other vacation options are increasingly being added." [... more » ]
"I played good this week," said Creamer. "I stayed really confident with myself, and I believed I could do it. I feel really confident, and I would love to take this momentum into next week with one left." [... more » ]
The European Seniors Tour will play its part in further developing golf in the region after signing a new three-year agreement to stage the Russian Seniors Open at the Pestovo Golf and Yacht Club. [... more » ]
"Winning the Order of Merit is extremely self gratifying," said Justin Rose, who won the Order of Merit at the Volvo Masters in Spain. “And the upcoming World Cup at Mission Hills is icing on the cake." [... more » ]
"PGA Tour Partners is very selective on the golf equipment chosen for testing, so we're very eager to see the feedback we receive by their membership," said Sean Sheppard, president of Magique Golf. [... more » ]
FootJoy registered a staggering 68% of the shoes worn on the PGA Tour in 2007, with the nearest competitor coming in at 15%. Once again more of the best players in the world choose FootJoy shoes. [... more » ]
"The Mammoth is awesome in that it moves wherever you move and stays upright the whole time," said Ogio National Golf Sales Manager Tom Gocke. "Just push your bag the direction you want to go, and walk." [... more » ]
Throughout November, every golfer who comes closer to the hole at the par-3 16th on La Costa's North Course than Woods did during his famous sudden-death victory will win a Nike Sasquatch SUMO driver. [... more » ]
"They will be presenting our products in some areas of the country where golf is played year ’round and where demand for our gloves and pouches knows no seasons," said Marje Helfet, CEO of Fairway Skins. [... more » ]
"Our expectations for the golf cooperative are limitless and it’s exhilarating to consider the possibilities," said Carl Wilgus, the new executive director of the Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau. [... more » ]
"With the incredible growth in the apparel industry and the lifestyle aspects of golf becoming so desirable, we see a lot of opportunity," said Holly Geoghegan, the President Golf Marketing Services. [... more » ]
"The digitization makes a much more usable tool for any of our subscribers. It takes out the step of having to go and physically find a particular issue of GCM," said Clifford Haka, director of Michigan State University Libraries. [... more » ]
"We established the program to bring the experience and knowledge of major tournament preparation to GCSAA junior members,” said John McPhee, the Director of Golf Marketing at Toro. [... more » ]
Such fussy care has been put into the details at the renovated, just reopened Pelican Hill Golf Club it's easy to assume that no one thing could completely stand out. [... more » ]
Should an 18th hole be hard or easy? Should it let you down softly into the clubhouse and give you a jolt of confidence (all the more important after a tough round)? Or should it make you work to get home. A hammock hole (just lay back and relax), or a hole that brings things to a dramatic and challenging finish? [... more » ]
The auction features items including golf and sports memorabilia, original art, golf photography and collectible books. Available too, are opportunities to play golf at several of the world's most celebrated courses. [... more » ]
 
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