Golf News for Monday, December 3, 2007
"Because I grew up in a small town in Sweden, I've always had an affinity for intimate, alpine-type mountain communities," said Annika, explaining why she is thrilled to be working on a design at Red Mountain. [... more » ]
"This allows our club to continue its rich tradition of hosting major golf championships in northwest Ohio. We believe these events are great," said Jim Schwarzkopf, president of Inverness Club's board of governors. [... more » ]
"It was a hard fought round, with plenty of up-and-downs," said Rodríguez, winner of the Costa Rica Open last February and searching for his second victory of the year. "Then I made a nice approach and carded the birdie." [... more » ]
"We decided to make the Blue Monster caddie inclusive because we want golfers to experience the history and tradition of the course," said Darrin Helfrick, GM of Golf, Doral Golf Resort & Spa, A Marriott Resort. [... more » ]
The Golf Course Builders Association of America is a non-profit trade association of golf course builders and suppliers to the golf course construction industry. The new board convenes January 30, 2008. [... more » ]
"We have secured a 20% discount for all tournament golfers and event planners that use TournEvents.com," said Topper Smith of TournEvents.com. "JKruz Eyewear is a quality product and definitely helps reduce sun glare." [... more » ]
EdgeSportsSites.com provides athletes and coaches the opportunity to purchase a personal sports website. Each website consists of 7 pages, which includes a photo gallery and contact page. [... more » ]
"Ahead is an industry leader and we're thrilled to have built a great relationship with them through the years," said Jason Etzen, the AJGA's executive vice president of corporate partnerships. [... more » ]
"Solid shotmaking is the key to scoring well at Tuscan Ridge, and the ProLink GPS system helps players decide how to best approach each hole," said Mo West, owner of Tuscan Ridge Golf Course. [... more » ]
"I really want to make sure that golf tournament operations are handled well," said Davidson. "We can accommodate groups from 20 to 140, and the new hotel and conference center increase our resources." [... more » ]
"I am delighted that the classic look to which I have been associated during my playing days is being so well received by the top clubs around the country," said former top professional golfer Nick Price. [... more » ]
Brookside Golf Course near Ann Arbor may not be the best course you ever play. It may be one of the worst. But remember, you get what you pay for in Michigan. [... more » ]
The Cheap Bastard is thrilled to see Hugo Chavez take an election loss in Venezuela. So thrilled, he suggests a municipal course in Burbank to go save big money playing near the stars. [... more » ]
"I am certainly looking forward to receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Golf Coaches Association of America," said Palmer. The Hall of Fame Banquet is Jan. 14 at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort [... more » ]
"It’s a great feeling knowing the kids of Detroit who have participated with The First Tee will have a chance to have this kind of golf experience during the cold weather months," said Dancin’ Dogg President Russell Edens. [... more » ]
 
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