Golf News for Wednesday, March 28, 2007
Is there such thing as a new, historic golf destination? In the case of Northern Ireland, golfers are rediscovering this gem of links golf. The country has been peaceful for about a decade now, and each summer brings more golfers to the North for the likes of Royal Portrush, Royal County Down and others. [... more » ]
"Our decision to partner with Be The Ball proved to be the right choice," said Jane Spicer, president of Daphne's Headcovers. "Sales are terrific, our customers love it and the line is a lot of fun." [... more » ]
Aldila was the most popular Driver, Hybrid and Wood shaft at the WGC-CA Championship at the Doral Golf Resort and Spa in Miami, Fla. Aldila had almost double the amount of hybrids in play than the nearest competitor. [... more » ]
"The winner of the Chitimacha Louisiana Open proves that accurate driving remains a key factor in professional golf, and we congratulate him on this victory,” said Victor Afable, Vice President for Graphite Design. [... more » ]
To accentuate its stature as a Gold Medal destination, The Coeur d’Alene Golf & Spa Resort is presenting its Gold Medal Golf Package, annually regarded as one of the Northwest’s best golf getaway. [... more » ]
"Saddle Creek Resort is in an ideal location for corporate retreats from Northern California’s bustling population centers," said General Manager Bill Troyanoski. The packages range from $399 to $459. [... more » ]
Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort that will be the home to five days of Dave Pelz golf in April. Golfers will have the opportunity to learn how to lower scores, and the magic behind the Dave Pelz theory in the one-day clinics. [... more » ]
"From the tech savvy golfer to the traveling businessperson, iGolfGPS v3.0 enables their PDA to not just work hard, but play hard, too," said David Alexander, VP of Sales for L1 Technologies and iGolf. [... more » ]
"This course, which was so masterfully created by award-winning designers Roy Bechtol and Randy Russell, is destined to be the cornerstone of the community," said Jimmy Terry, Managing Partner, Waterford Texas. [... more » ]
"All of the applicants were very qualified,” said Matt Ceplo, superintendent at Rockland CC and president of the Metropolitan Golf Course Superintendents Association which presented the award for the first time. [... more » ]
"We have taken the Priority Club Rewards Auctions to the next level by leveraging our brand sports sponsorships to give our most loyal members access to exclusive experiences," said Steve Sickel, a vice president for IHG. [... more » ]
The seminar’s objectives are to enhance the users understanding of the current system’s capabilities, and collect feedback from the users letting them give suggestions for the 2007 release version of the system. [... more » ]
"I love to take talented individuals form other industries and plug them into the golf industry; it brings a whole new dimension," said Stephen Boccieri, President and CEO of Boccieri Golf and inventor of the Heavy Putter. [... more » ]
As Tiger Woods and a select few others fight their fatigue over the ridiculously long PGA Tour schedule by teeing it up at the Tavistock Cup while laughing it up to the uproarious humor of David Feherty, many wonder what the Tavistock Cup actually is, and why it's PGA-sanctioned. [... more » ]
"This annual event has become a tradition – bringing together EWGA members and other supporters of girls golf from throughout the country," said Joan Cavanaugh, the president of the EWGA Foundation. [... more » ]
"We are excited to be kicking off our 2007 season at this year’s Verizon Heritage with players like Cink, Johnson and Pernice, Jr.," said Russ Holden, Caddy For A Cure CEO and veteran PGA Tour caddie. [... more » ]