Golf News for Thursday, April 26, 2007
GPS Industries has been chosen to integrate a WiFi network and comprehensive wireless amenities package for the ambitious golf-community development, Jumeirah Golf Estates, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. [... more » ]
"UK Sports Services have been exceedingly supportive of our goals and we look forward to fulfilling our mutual ambitions for the sale of Accu-Length in the United Kingdom," said Rick Rutter of OnTrack Sports. [... more » ]
"The PGA of America is extremely proud that Ashworth will continue its commitment to our member professionals as a leader of a family of premier partners in Golf Retirement Plus," said PGA of America President Brian Whitcomb. [... more » ]
"When it comes to feel, power and accuracy, Graphite Design models deliver throughout the bags of world-class golfers and amateurs alike," said Victor Afable, VP of Sales and Marketing for Graphite Design. [... more » ]
"The V2 LD is the most likeable shaft I have ever hit," says Dempsey, who owns and operates Horsepower Golf in Sunland, Calif. "The shaft is easy to load and has an explosive release of energy at impact." [... more » ]
"This course meant the most to my father," said Rees Jones, whose father enhanced the course. He added that the invitation from Oakland Hills to guide the renovation was "the call I was waiting for my whole life." [... more » ]
"Based on what they've seen in the past, I think everybody is anxious to get here and see for themselves what they can do," said Haas in looking ahead to play for the 68th Senior PGA Championship. [... more » ]
Raphael Jacquelin joins the distinguished company of Justin Rose, Retief Goosen and Peter Hedblom as players who have won on the European Tour this year after switching to the new TaylorMade TP ball. [... more » ]
"We are especially pleased to have the Jones course recognized as one of the top 10 courses on the North Carolina coast," said Tom Plankers, president of golf at Sea Trail Resort & Convention Center. [... more » ]
" I knew I needed something special to get in the play-off. Fortunately I pulled of an immaculate shot. I could have put 100 balls down there and not come up with that last shot," said Haig about the award-winning shot. [... more » ]
"The 2007 SCORE is something that the average golfer will want to take home, read and keep for reference," said Steve Conwell, vice president of marketing and community relations for Golf & Tennis Pro Shop, Inc. [... more » ]
The Luggage Club will pick-up and deliver luggage, golf clubs, skis, sports gear, wheelchairs, business goods and a wide variety of other items from the traveler’s home, office or location of choice. [... more » ]
There's this piece of poetry going round in my mind (yes, I went to school once) about not losing your head when all about you are losing theirs.It's the kind of advice Anthony Kim needs at the Byron Nelson this week - keep your head son and you're a shoe-in. [... more » ]
Once again it's time for the readers of TravelGolf.com to provide a little feedback. Within the past week a couple of the ruling (albeit self-appointed) bodies of golf have demonstrated exactly where their priorities are concerning the game. I am grateful to Geoff Shackelford for providing these two tidbits although he did not make the connection. [... more » ]
 
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