Golf News for Monday, November 26, 2007
"What a great finish to the season," said Harris MacNeill, President of MacNeill Engineering and Champ Spikes. "We are pleased to see these ladies continuously choosing the CHAMP brand to help them." [... more » ]
"Already chalking up wins on the PGA and European Tours, the AXIV Technology has quickly earned a reputation for delivering real performance benefits," said Jim McIntosh, tour representative for UST. [... more » ]
"We have designed apparel solutions that enable golfers to stay dry, warm and comfortable even as the weather elements grow more severe," said Tiss Dahan, adidas Golf global director of apparel. [... more » ]
Trion:Z products have been named among the top-ten products of the Orlando PGA Merchandise show two years in a row and have been named one of the hottest selling products in Pro Shops by industry magazines. [... more » ]
If you have not already made plans to attend the 55th PGA Merchandise Show, Jan. 16-19, in Orlando, Fla. – it is a great time to register and take advantage of the virtual cornucopia of value packed into PGA Show week. [... more » ]
"We are pleased to once again be a sponsor of one of the European Seniors Tour events. It is an excellent opportunity for our businesses," said John Carter, Chief Operating Officer, Travis Perkins plc. [... more » ]
"I have qualified twice for the Seniors Tour via the Qualifying School but to win it is pretty special. The other two times I qualified I finished eighth but winning will give me a full playing schedule," said Larratt. [... more » ]
Tom Farris will manage all golf operations for the club, including golf & grounds maintenance, food & beverage operations, and sales & marketing initiatives at the 18-hole Fred Couples designed course [... more » ]
"The key to the tour is the attention to detail. Each event is really well organised and run and is just how a tournament would be on the main European Tour," said Gary Harris, creator of the Jamega Tour. [... more » ]
"We’re thrilled to see that some of the best LPGA Players use Zero Friction and are building successful careers with our product," said Bob White, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Excel Golf Products. [... more » ]
"It feels great," said Akesson, a native of Malmo, Sweden. "I am really proud I was able to keep my focus all week long. It is such a long event and I just stayed calm, and I think that made the difference." [... more » ]
"Mountainous terrain, spectacular distant views of the surrounding mountains and the beautiful streams are what make Balsam Mountain Preserve different from any other course I have designed," said Arnold Palmer. [... more » ]
"I think it’s neat when I have heard numerous military say that they thought golf was a dumb sport or something to that effect and now due to an injury they are giving it a try," said PGA Professional Judy Alvarez. [... more » ]
Like many people planning their first trip to Hawaii, I'd heard endless stories on how picturesque everything is. Which usually triggered a shrug or a polite nod on my part. If you're in the travel writing business, you should look at over-the-top PR claims with a healthy dose of cynicism. [... more » ]
The golf business measured by numbers of players, rounds played, and equipment sold could be generously described as flat. Why the slowdown in the game's growth and where is it headed? [... more » ]
"I'm proud of our Section's commitment of personal time, and our Section's overall commitment to devote funding to player development,"said Ratcliffe, the PGA Director of Golf at Sunset Hills Golf Course in Charlotte. [... more » ]