Golf News for Friday, November 30, 2007
"Some holes are 120 yards wide because the wind howls through there. It’s called Windy Gap for a reason," said Lester George, golf course architect. Ballyhack is on schedule for a spring 2009 opening. [... more » ]
"As we embark on a two million dollar improvement and re-branding campaign, we felt it was crucial to hire the best," said Chip Gist, General Manager and Director of Golf at The Golf Club at Circle C. [... more » ]
The chaos of the holiday shopping season can be overwhelming, but finding the perfect golf gift isn't. From cutting-edge equipment like The Golf Mat to the ultimate winter getaway at stunning Tamarack Resort. [... more » ]
The company is trying to represent its California roots and add a dash of urban contemporary detail and a pinch of European influence to create clothing and accessories for people who enjoy golf. [... more » ]
The MarkMender golf tool is the perfect gift for your golf buddies. It's clearly the best ball mark repair tool in the world and its multi-functional to boot. New Zinc MarkMender tool is now available, too. [... more » ]
"It was unbelievable, I have never felt anything like it and it is a memory that will stay with me for a long time," said McDowell in reference to a magnificent shot that he holed to earn a very rare albatross. [... more » ]
"Sterling Hills presents a variety of different routes to the hole, and the ProLink GPS system really helps our golfers determine the best strategy based on their ability," said Chris Witham, Golf Professional at Sterling Hills. [... more » ]
"I’ll be showing attendees how energetics exist which most people are not aware of in golf and in business, and how this knowledge can enhance the golf and business experience," said author Dr. Teplitz. [... more » ]
Steve Mona will kick off the event scheduled for Jan. 6 -10 on Sunday night and join the Academy of Higher Learning on Monday for a session titled, "Are You Really Maximizing the Capabilities of Your Golf Course?" [... more » ]
"This conference and show continues to enjoy the success that it does. I think everyone understands that if the golf industry does well then so will they," said Chuck Borman, Carolinas GCSA executive director. [... more » ]
The board considered 10 firms, then requested proposals and conducted interviews with finalists before selecting SpencerStuart, an internationally recognized firm specializing in searches for top executives. [... more » ]
"We’ve been doing more clinics and consumer shows in Southern California and decided that this would be a great way to boost our brand awareness and recognition at these events," said Ken Pierce, GolfGym president. [... more » ]
"We have found the GCSAA to be a very progressive and forward thinking organization enhancing the professionalism and education of the golf course superintendent," said Philip Thompson, Eagle One president. [... more » ]
Moe Norman "wanted to be the best golfer in the world and not have anyone notice. The press called him a golf clown, the RCGA thought he was an embarrassment, and the PGA pros drove him off the tour because of his eccentricities," said writer and producer Barry Morrow. [... more » ]
Generally, Maui golf is expensive. Not especially so given the greens fees in other West Coast meccas like Scottsdale and Las Vegas. And not at Cabo's high-end luxury level where fees seem to start at $250 and negotiate up in the Mexican coast's successful quest to bring in young Hollywood execs and Wall Street players. [... more » ]
With Christmas just a short dogleg, par four away, you are undoubtedly looking for that perfect gift for the golfer in your life. Stop searching - get to your favorite book provider and procure a copy of "A Hacker's Humiliations: A Glossary of Golf Grotesqueries," by Joel Zuckerman. [... more » ]
 
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