Golf News for Tuesday, March 27, 2007
"We have tested the GreenFix Ball Mark Elimination System extensively at our TPC courses for several years and based on the exceptional results," said Billy Detlaff, Director of Golf, TPC Network. [... more » ]
Page & Tuttle expanded its Cool Swing tech offering to four color groups of 12 designs. Cool Swing features revolutionary micro-polyester yarns engineered to wick moisture away so heat won’t affect a golfer’s game. [... more » ]
"This simple device will prevent clubs being lost or mislaid and stop the need to go searching for a club left on a previous hole, said Steve Harper, managing director of Pinnacle Stream, a club-out reseller for UK and Europe. [... more » ]
"Our tour percentages and overall player numbers on the PGA and LPGA Tours are increasing as are our manufacturer partnerships," said Harris MacNeill, President of CHAMP. "We are more concerned with trends and patterns." [... more » ]
In this week's edition of Golf for Beginners - one of the top golf podcasts on iTunes - Barry and Stacy Solomon discuss how to deal with that most vexing of golf problems, lower back pain. Also, the dynamic duo review the Adeo Fitness Trainer and reveal some grip tips sure to make your swing more smooth. [... more » ]
"With Cleveland Golf as our title sponsor, this Tour will continue its long tradition of helping talented players develop into proven champions," said Mike O'Leary, owner of the Golden State Tour. [... more » ]
On Wednesday May 23, 2007 the Trump National Golf Club in Westchester, New York will play host to 36 local ‘c’ suite executives. Recently ranked New York’s #1 golf course, it will host a one-day qualifier CEO Golf Challenge tournament. [... more » ]
"Who hasn't been intrigued by everything now happening in China?" asks Gordon Dalgleish, president of PerryGolf, which has been designing and coordinating international golf travel for its U.S. clients for more than 20 years. [... more » ]
"We are pleased to partner with SureShot GPS for the D.C. Metro Tour," said Tim Newman, tournament director for the Washington, D.C. tournament series of the GOLF CHANNEL Amateur Tour. [... more » ]
"State-of-the-art technology is the foundation for our approach to golf instruction," said Chris Hicks, Director of Instruction for GolfTEC Burlington. "Golfers love the GolfTEC system because it's so easy." [... more » ]
Camas Meadows Golf Club in Camas, WA. picks Cybergolf to custom design and host a new Web site and online email newsletter marketing e-blast system for the facility. Cybergolf offers affordable online marketing. [... more » ]
Florida Southern remains No.1 in the poll, earning five of the seven first-place votes. Rollins (No.2) received the remaining two first-place votes after winning last week's Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational. [... more » ]
Duke, ranked number three in the previous poll, has claimed the top spot from Georgia after back-to-back wins at the UCF Invitational and the LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic. They received sixteen of the twenty-four first-place votes [... more » ]
LPGA Commissioner Carolyn F. Bivens announced last fall the LPGA will institute a performance enhancing-drug-testing policy for participants in LPGA Tour events beginning with the 2008 season. [... more » ]
Methodist remains No.1 in the poll, earning all six first-place votes. The Monarchs finished second at the Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational. Rounding out the top five are: Gustavus Adolphus; DePauw; Saint Thomas; Middlebury. [... more » ]
Did anyone else catch NBC color guy Johnny Miller idiotically mentioning Phil Mickelson's Winged Foot collapse while Tiger pitched down the 18th fairway en route to his win at Doral Sunday? Talk about a Busch League comparison. The two events really couldn't have been more different. Shame on Johnny. [... more » ]
When I tell people that I play golf and test golf equipment and get paid to do so, they often suggest that it must be the easiest, best gig there is. And while I agree that it's better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick, I wish folks could understand the difficulties inherent in attempting to plumb the depths of a course in just one round. [... more » ]