Golf News for Tuesday, March 20, 2007
Vijay’s insistence that his better days are not behind him is only reaffirmed by the fact that 2/3's of his PGA TOUR wins have come after his 40th birthday. His 8-under 272 performance at the event gave him a two-shot victory. [... more » ]
The first ever Vegas Cup will be played in April, which promises perfect golf weather on perfect golf courses. This exclusive event will feature a Pro-Am format, with one professional joining four amateur partners to vie for the cup. [... more » ]
USGA Members have the chance to buy week-long ticket packages for the 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego, Calif., before they go on sale to the general public, the United States Golf Association announced. [... more » ]
"The Tallahassee Amateur Golf Championship is positioned to become the city’s premier golf event and we’re honored to host the inaugural tournament," said Beth Murphy, SouthWood’s General Manager. [... more » ]
"As a part of our ongoing commitment to excellence, the V5 will be the first Alpha driver to feature optimization selections for both center of gravity placement and length balancing," said Dr. Jim Yeh, President of Alpha Golf. [... more » ]
"Akira has earned a strong international reputation for innovation and honest engineering," said Mike Matheny, CEO of Eastern Golf Company, "and the new API Forged irons are really a testament to precision shot-making." [... more » ]
"We’ve been able to separate ourselves from the pack by having more of our hybrids played by PGA, Champions and Nationwide Tour pros, combined, than any of our competitors," aid Max Puglielli of Adams Golf. [... more » ]
"We’re excited to have PeakVision Sports on board for the GOLF CHANNEL Amateur Tour as past experience tells us the players will truly appreciate the benefits of these sunglasses," said Brian Kemp of GOLF CHANNEL. [... more » ]
Stanford, previously ranked number two, has claimed the top spot from Florida. The Cardinal, who hadn't won a tournament since the fall of 2000, have already won five tournaments this season, including the USC Collegiate Invitational. [... more » ]
Oklahoma Christian is No.1 in the poll, earning all seven first-place votes. The Eagles begin the spring season this week in Hawaii at the Kauai Collegiate Cup, then host the Sleep Inn & Suites Classic. [... more » ]
West Florida, number seven in the previous poll, has claimed the top spot from Florida Southern after dominating the field at the recent 57th Southern California Intercollegiate, winning by 27 shots. [... more » ]
Methodist is No.1 in the poll, earning all twelve first-place votes. The Monarchs won the Mid-Pines Invitational last month. Rounding out the top five are: Huntingdon (No.2); Guilford (No.3); Emory (No.4); Oglethorpe (No.5). [... more » ]
"Carlton Wade knows golf and is by far the best golf photographer in Texas," said Waterford Texas Managing Partner Jimmy Terry. "His mastery of HDR technology is important to us, in that it shows exactly what we've got here." [... more » ]
Twenty years later, what began with ten properties and 7 courses has grown to include 3 resort destinations, 21 golf courses, and 20 hotel properties all promoting the area as a top golf destination. [... more » ]
My doctor tells me if I have more than 14 full traditional Irish breakfasts in a row, my arteries will begin to drip sausage fat. So I guess it's finally time to leave Ireland, but not without offering up some "Best Ofs"... [... more » ]
Longer courses mean more land is required, more equipment and materials to maintain them, etc. This cost is passed on to the golfer, which is why so many drop out of the game or never start. [... more » ]
Michelle Wie has fallen to No. 17 - beneath rival Morgan Pressel - in the latest Rolex Rankings, the cast on her arm has been removed, now can she cast herself back up the rankings? [... more » ]
 
Swing Fix