Golf News for Monday, April 2, 2007
Darius Rucker of Hootie & the Blowfish talks about the band's celebrity pro/am charity event in Myrtle Beach. Kiel Christianson calls in with a report from Barona Creek near San Diego. Chris Baldwin tangles with security ninjas. And a golfer discovers poker nerves. [... more » ]
"This allows C-Thru Grips international|exposure while providing the tour players the grip style they prefer and their choice of hundreds of designs," said the owner of C-Thru Grips, Nat Hardwick . [... more » ]
"Evolve Golf congratulates the player on her 10th LPGA Tour victory," said Evolve Golf CEO BJ Maloy. "epoch golf tees are rapidly finding their way into more bags, resulting in more wins at the highest levels of tour competition." [... more » ]
"We show you how to treat your body more like a machine, but in language that is understandable," said Craig Foster, founder of Dynalign Golf. "The best way to increase consistency is to use dynamic pre-shot alignment." [... more » ]
The practice objective of QOLF is for players -- utilizing a golf pitching wedge -- to hit a limited flight plastic QOLFball through a specially designed frame arch within a minimum amount of strokes. [... more » ]
"Even though I designed it to warm up and work the golf muscles, teachers are amazed at what it does for golf's biggest swing flaws," said Inventor/President Jim Light, president and founder of Pro Line Sports. [... more » ]
Tieken/Moret Design & Marketing have two new clients, Nike Golf Schools & Jr. Camps and the PGA Tour Academy. Tieken/Moret also announced that it has expanded its golf marketing division. [... more » ]
"The 25 will highlight the quest for the card and provide a preview of the next class of Nationwide Tour players who will make an impact on the PGA Tour," said Jim Lyski, chief marketing officer for Nationwide. [... more » ]
"The growth and continued excellence of the EWGA Championship demonstrates our ongoing commitment to providing women with more opportunities through the game of golf." said Pam Swensen of the EWGA. [... more » ]
"Along with an extravagant entrance package for each golfer, there is a great opportunity for some high level networking to take place amongst the competitors. The CEOs really enjoy the intimacy of our events," said Joanne Noble, president of the CEO Golf Challenge. [... more » ]
"We're excited to add Debby's talents to our golf staff," said Mickie Gallagher III, head golf professional at Trump National. "Our membership will certainly benefit from her vast knowledge and experience." [... more » ]
Playing at Sunrise Country Club in Sunrise, Florida. On February 13th on the 9th hole a par 3 playing 114 yards, she teed up her Volvik seafoam green crystal golf ball and hit the shot of a lifetime with her Taylor Made 3 wood. [... more » ]
"Our newest inductees are most deserving of the station afforded them," said Barry Palm, Professional Clubmakers' Society executive director. "Their membership in the PCS Hall of Fame is a tribute to their contributions to golf." [... more » ]
Bartlett’s deep knowledge of Masters history and lore shows up in this page-turning tale of skullduggery and deceit, as he works in characters both real and imagined. Bartlett weaves a story that brings readers inside the ropes. [... more » ]
Fellow blogger Shanks once famously claimed: "There's no chance this year's Kraft Nabisco will equal the drama of 2006." Actually, he said it a couple of days ago on my blog. Regardless, if he watched today's exciting finish, he knows it's time to rethink his position. [... more » ]
When the world's best golfers tee it up this week for The Masters at Augusta National, the field will include a record number of golfers from the European Tour. Thirty-four European Tour players were among the 107 pros invited to Augusta National, and six are making their Masters debut. [... more » ]