Golf News for Tuesday, February 6, 2007
"Superior stability, comfort and traction are the cornerstones of Lamkin grips, and the Crossline design continues to dominate tour events year after year," says Bob Lamkin, president and CEO of the Lamkin Corporation. [... more » ]
"Younger golfers have their own sense of style and I wanted them to be able to show it on the course," said Keri Murschell, company founder. "The junior bags are designed to bring a girl’s sense of fashion and personality to the game." [... more » ]
"Aaron is only 26 and having already won twice on the PGA Tour means he has to be considered near the top of a very elite group of young players,” says Jesper Thuen, Sponsor and Event Manager for ECCO Golf. [... more » ]
"The golf retail business is extremely competitive, and to continually place our stores on the prestigious GWB Top 100 list is a great accomplishment," said Edwin Watts, CEO and President, Edwin Watts Golf. [... more » ]
Baddeley closed with a second consecutive 7-under 64 on the weekend to finish at 21-under 196. It was the second career PGA Tour title for Baddeley who topped a leaderboard that included 9 Titleist players among the top 10 finishers. [... more » ]
New Arizona Family Charity Tourney March 26, 2007, at Ancala Country Club in north Scottsdale, Arizona. Participants will enjoy 18-holes of golf with cart and an awards banquet and auction immediately following the tournament. [... more » ]
The National Championship is limited to the first 100 players with a 5.0 handicap index or less. It is a three-day, 54-hole, stroke-play event. Practice rounds will be held at Mission Hills Country Club Feb. 16-17. [... more » ]
"Ain Al Emarat is a major new community with sport at its heart. It is a city that will stand apart because of our unique approach to the built environment and the creation towns using sustainable architecture," said Barry Lowe of HOK.. [... more » ]
"For those who would like to enjoy a round of golf or two, we have three championship courses to choose from," said Kimberley Johnston, director of resort operations for Sea Trail Resort & Conference Center. [... more » ]
Beginning this year's Women's U.S. Open, the tournament will stage a same-day, three-hole playoff and rid the 18-hole marathon held on Mondays. Let's hope the men don't follow suit. [... more » ]
On this special edition Sweet Spots, host Brandon Tucker welcomes TravelGolf.com's Tim McDonald and Chris Baldwin on location at the Orange County Convention Center. [... more » ]