Golf News for Tuesday, February 20, 2007
Host Dave Berner talks to author David Wood about the soon-to-be-released book, "Around the World in 80 Rounds." Noted instructor Dr. Gary Wiren talks about how to have more fun on the course with his new "Golf Enjoyment Scorecard." And golf courses in Biloxi, Miss., bounce back from Katrina. [... more » ]
"I've never been this cold, even at the British Open," said Tom Watson, five-time British Open Champion. "I guess after all I've played in Florida it has just never been cold enough. It took Kansas City weather to make it happen." [... more » ]
"After recently chalking up five wins in four weeks, we’re very excited that the tour representation by Lamkin grips is stronger than ever," said Bob Lamkin, president and CEO of the Lamkin Corporation. [... more » ]
"Ecco golf shoes provide the ideal combination of fashion and performance, which makes them perfect for my game," said Koch. "Whatever the playing conditions and whichever outfit I choose to wear, Ecco has something that fits." [... more » ]
"The Pocono Mountains offers all the golf anyone can want," said Robert Uguccioni, executive director of the Pocono Mountains Vacation Bureau, Inc. "There are many courses to choose from and a host of stay-and-play options." [... more » ]
"With his connections to the area, engaging personality and professionalism, Joey is the perfect fit for this territory,” said Ralph Dunning, company founder and principal designer, of the Hawaii Pacific University graduate. [... more » ]
"Dennis will be a great asset to The Children's Course," said the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Andy Miller. "Dennis brings a wealth of experience and personal contacts in the golf and media industries." [... more » ]
"We really appreciate how golfers got behind this effort," said Tom Plankers, president at Sea Trail. "Brunswick Family Assistance serves a great purpose in our community and we feel fortunate to have the means to help them." [... more » ]
"Mary Ann (Lapointe) and Lorne (Rubenstein) and have each amassed their own unique golf related legacies and are both fine examples of what makes golf the game it is," said Karen Hewson, hall director. [... more » ]
"We are very excited to have the opportunity to participate," said PGMA founder and CEO Jim Collins, "this will give us a chance to get face-to-face with golf consumers and explain the benefits of PGMA membership." [... more » ] blogger can't help himself: He was the one who said Paula Creamer would be better than Michelle Wie, and with Creamer's first victory, he feels even more confident he's right. [... more » ]
You know you're getting old when the word "fantasy" triggers thoughts of fantasy golf. And I don't mean fantasy golf as in "18 holes with Natalie Gulbis in a bikini." [... more » ]