Golf News for Friday, April 13, 2007
"The Proforce V2 and IROD both excel in performance and consistency, and both shafts are extremely popular on the world’s top tours," said Stacey Benvenuto, tour representative for UST, after the Masters. [... more » ]
"The 2007 season is proving to be another record-breaking year for Aldila," said Stewart Bahl, Aldila’s Marketing Manager. Aldila was the leading shaft of choice for woods and hybrids at The Masters Tournament. [... more » ]
"The fact that Golf Pride grips were the choice for so many pros at The Masters," said Jeff Fiorini, general manager for Eaton’s Golf Grip Division, "shows their trust in the versatility and performance we deliver." [... more » ]
The 2007 Peerless catalog has this to say about the SwingPrint hybrids, "The hybrids have offset hosels, cambered soles, beveled leading edges and are weighted specifically to make them easy to hit from anywhere on the course." [... more » ]
"V-RAD is the answer to golfers who value style and refuse to compromise performance and durability," said Jeff Fiorini, general manager for Eaton’s Golf Grip Division. "It will revolutionize the putter grip category.” [... more » ]
Johnson's victory is the 9th for Titleist golf ball players on the 2007 PGA TOUR, more than four times the nearest competitor with 2. All nine golf ball victories have been with the New Pro V1 or Pro V1x. [... more » ]
Throughout the week in Augusta Zach Johnson, the 31-year-old Iowa native, wore compression undergarments beneath polos, pants and outerwear featuring Dunning Golf’s proprietary fabric technologies. [... more » ]
"From the beginning, when owners Rick and Barbara Braught decided to create The Territory, the vision was to bring something special to this part of the state," said Tim Johnson, General Manager of The Territory. [... more » ]
"Once again we are urging golfers everywhere to make over their games by taking The Golf Digest Challenge," said Jerry Tarde, Chairman of the magazine. "Our goal is to build upon the success of last year’s program." [... more » ]
"Portugal has always been regarded as a big golfing destination, and the appointment of a new licence holder underlines the strong vision we have for the future," said International Pairs founder Ross Honey. [... more » ]
Conducted by the AJGA, the ReBath Heather Farr Classic was a 54-hole stroke play event featuring 90 boys and 42 girls — ages 12-18 — from 17 states, Canada, the Cayman Islands and Mexico. [... more » ]
Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the PING Junior at The Woodlands was a 54-hole stroke play event held at The Woodlands Resort & Conference Center’s Panther Trail Course. [... more » ]
"This is our first endeavor into the Middle East, an area of the world which is particularly pro-education and very pro golf," said Reza Jamshidi, SDGA director of foreign affairs, about the trip. [... more » ]
In their "outside the U.S." rankings, Golf Digest has a new number one: Royal County Down in Northern Ireland, upsetting perennial number one, the Old Course in St. Andrews. I've played them both in the last few months. So which course is better in my opinion? [... more » ]
I lived in the Czech Republic for more than two years, and I never managed to play one of its courses. Not that this central European country is known for its golf - when we think of European golf, we're usually dreaming of the named courses of Britain and Ireland, or the sunny coastal courses of Spain. [... more » ]
"The Environmental Institute for Golf provides an invaluable source of research and continuing education for the golf course superintendents who serve as stewards to the environmental and golf communities," said Kohler. [... more » ]