Golf News for Monday, February 12, 2007
"Consistent with our proven new product blueprint that has been inherent throughout our 75-year history of golf ball leadership, with the New Pro V1 and Pro V1x we have improved upon their benchmark performance," said George Sine, v.p. [... more » ]
Cleveland Golf is proud to introduce their latest W-Series line of women’s equipment. This new W-Series HiBORE product line incorporates all of the same benefits as the men’s lines, but these clubs have been specifically designed for women. [... more » ]
"The results of hours of testing and refining equipment on Tour will now be passed on to all golfers with the latest drivers from Cobra Golf," said J.B. Holmes, who put the driver into play at the Mercedes Championship. [... more » ]
"Kids have never had a better opportunity to dress like mom and dad or even their favorite Tour players," said Patricia Dahan, adidas Golf director of global apparel, noting that the quality is the same as their adult apparel. [... more » ]
"The name Ogio has exploded for golf bags," said one post on "They compete head-to-head with the BIG golf companies, and even come out on top. Ogio takes functionality to a new level." [... more » ]
"Our new Cotton Traders socks and revamped Cotton Traders men’s apparel line will reinforce a premium European lifestyle brand to the men’s sportswear marketplace," says President Ron LoSchiavo of Lord Daniel Sportswear. [... more » ]
"It’s not just how far you drive the ball," said TGA’s newest territory manager, Eddie McGlamery, of Ashburn in northern Virginia. “It is how you arrive on the green and get it in the hole,” said the former Marine. [... more » ]
Host Dave Berner talks to National Editor Tim McDonald this week, and discovers the best golf resorts on the Grand Strand. Also, Kiel Christianson on golf equipment and more. [... more » ]
"PeakVision Sports sunglasses have clearly proved their effectiveness during the past two Big Break competitions and we are pleased to once again offer the eyewear to contestants," said Gene Pizzolato, a v.p. at the Golf Channel. [... more » ]
"The Internet Café is one of the busiest places in the convention center," said Mark Bisbing, Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) director of corporate sales and marketing. [... more » ]
Phil Mickelson ran into some trouble at Pebble Beach, but Lefty showed he still has it by sprinting to his first win of 2007. Here, the PGA Punter takes a look at the other hits and misses. [... more » ]
Blizzards and sub-zero temperatures have been all to common during the last few weeks and it doesn't appear to be letting up soon. Luckily, refuge can be found down south in Mexico. [... more » ]