Golf News for Tuesday, November 20, 2007
"By utilizing the advanced shaping and weight distribution of Boxer Technology, we successfully optimized the mass properties for distance first, then forgiveness," said Tim Reed, a VP at Adams Golf. [... more » ]
"The radical design and weight distribution of the new Acer CB Putters result in a moment of inertia that is much higher than most putters on the market today," said VP of Marketing Rob Altomonte. [... more » ]
"With the combined prize funds of The Dubai World Championship and The Race to Dubai we have the prospect of a player standing over a putt for US$3,666,660," said George O’Grady, Chief Executive of The European Tour. [... more » ]
"The World Cup was founded in 1953 to create international goodwill through golf. Mission Hills carries on this tradition as the host of the World Cup," said Dr. David Chu, Chairman, Mission Hills Group. [... more » ]
The R&A has awarded the 2010 Seniors Open Amateur Championship to Walton Heath Golf Club, Tadworth, England and named North Berwick Golf Club, Scotland, as the qualifying course in the same year. [... more » ]
"The inaugural year in 2007 exceeded our expectations as one of the most successful debuts of any nationwide amateur golf tournament," said Art Smith, chief marketing officer of RSM McGladrey. [... more » ]
Podcast host Dave Berner talks to Mark Blais of Rio Secco G.C. in Las Vegas about the course's new T-Mates program, where golfers can enjoy the caddie services of a gorgeous model. Tim McDonald is back from Reynolds Plantation in Georgia and raving about the trip. [... more » ]
"Bushnell has created products that benefit not only the best golfers in the world, but players of all skill levels," said Carol Huff, manager of membership and partner relations for the Professional Clubmakers’ Society. [... more » ]
"Penobscot Valley isn’t merely one of the great old clubs in Maine — it’s a Donald Ross design that hasn’t been tampered with," said Jeff Harris, president of Harris Golf. The course will be refurbished as part of the deal. [... more » ]
"Cleary is proud to be one of the oldest members of GCSAA," said Cleary President Mary Ellen Warwick. "Our first priority has always been and will always be the superintendent. We are pleased to be a Silver Partner." [... more » ]
Barbour believed that today’s youth were the future of golf, evidenced by his long tenure as a local high school golf coach. For several years he also conducted clinics for golfers with disabilities. [... more » ]
"50 is a significant milestone in anyone's life but for me as a golfer, to now be eligible to play on this great Seniors circuit among some world class players really is an honour," said Woosnam about his debut. [... more » ]
"In a slower real estate market, this sale truly speaks to the unique investment and lifestyle opportunity here at Tamarack," said Jean-Pierre Boespflug, Tamarack Resort Chief Executive Officer. [... more » ]
"We are proud to have been selected by David Leadbetter as the location for his first west coast academy," said former California Angels infielder and Strawberry Farms managing partner, Doug DeCinces. [... more » ]
Someone needs to take a stand and ban little yapping dogs - mainly chihuahuas - from golf course homes. Or better yet, ban their owners. There's nothing more annoying than pulling up to the tee and having Precious straining her vocal cords to yelp nonstop while you're there. [... more » ]
Anybody see Natalie Gulbis lag her putt at No. 18 at the ADT Championship? The former pin-up calendar girl, wants us to take her seriously, as an athlete and not just another pretty face with a great body. Another cop-out like that and I say we put her back in the bikini. [... more » ]