Golf News for Monday, February 19, 2007
"The PG Onesize Fitsall glove is a great way for retailers to offer one golf glove that most every golfer will love," said Gary Krueger, President, PG Professional Golf. "It allows retailers to reduce the number of SKUs on hand." [... more » ]
"Nothing compares to the accuracy and durability of Alpha drivers," said Tom Vilade who hit the record drive. "I have confidence knowing my driver was built to last and outperform anything I do to it." [... more » ]
"We needed someone to direct our sales efforts and Jim’s sales and leadership experience make him uniquely qualified to handle the job," said Rick Sheppard, senior vice president at Devant Sports Towels. [... more » ]
"A five-star venue in every way, Fairmont St Andrews has two of the finest golf courses around and will prove a privilege and a challenge in equal measure to the competitors," said International Pairs founder Ross Honey. [... more » ]
"I think it is a big thing for Finnish golf,” said Ilonen after winning the Indonesia Open. “We’ve had two wins on the Ladies European, some on the Challenge Tour but none on The European Tour." [... more » ]
"The Golf Scene produces high quality video sequences using real golfing scenarios demonstrated by golfers of all ages; humor is used wherever and whenever possible so children have fun," said Steve Tanner of TGA. [... more » ]
"We're excited about this year's show, especially since it will be our first appearance at the GIS under our new name, Agrium Advanced Technologies," said Jeff Higgins, marketing manager, turf/agriculture. [... more » ]
In his look at the Nissan Open, the PGA Punter thinks Mickelson faltered down the stretch against Charles Howell III due to hubris, and not due to nerves, as some have suggested. [... more » ]
Blogger Tim McDonald wonders what's the deal with Phil Mickelson and how one of the world's best golfers can continuously fade down the stretch when the pressure is on. [... more » ]
"I just enjoy giving kids the opportunity to see and play golf at a high level," Bruce Slovitt told the American Junior Golf Association in September 2005. The Digger Smith Award acknowledges service to junior golf. [... more » ]
Barry and Stacy Solomon debate men's versus women's golf, and then answer a big question: Do golf clubs really make the player or can a player hit any golf clubs and score? [... more » ]