Golf News for Monday, April 30, 2007
Host Dave Berner speaks with T.R. Massey, editor of Golf Styles Ohio Magazine and a TravelGolf.com blogger, on Ohio's under-appreciated golf scene. Kiel Christianson hits a KZG Fitting and Training Center. And: LPGA Teaching Pro Karen Palacios Jansen on golf fitness. [... more » ]
"This is further validation that HiBORE technology is the superior new geometry in the market place," says Greg Hopkins, President/CEO of Cleveland Golf. "The pros knew this already but now consumers are finding out." [... more » ]
"Our ball quality and consistency is unsurpassed and we are very excited about the A18 with glove. I'm getting one for myself for Father's Day," said John Pascarella, Vice President of Sales for PG Professional Golf. [... more » ]
"The G-Clip MINI Compact Golf Tool is designed with the same philosophy as the original G-Clip. Function, form and quality, all are equally important," said Keith Foley, President of Fine Tune Golf. [... more » ]
"A simple solution to the style and love one has to the bucket hat on the golf course, but without its interfering line of sight," said Brian Koressel of the Golf Channel, as he reported it on the Internet. [... more » ]
"Sun Mountain is an industry leader and we are proud to have them as a partner with our tour," said Zayra F. Calderon, president and CEO, Duramed Futures Tour. "We look forward to working closely with them." [... more » ]
"The Italian public love their sporting heroes whether they be footballers or golfers so to combine the two sports as we will do in the Pro-Am is fantastic," said Donato di Ponziano, President of the Organising Committee of the Telecom Italia Open. [... more » ]
Johnson Wagner and Brendon De Jonge, former golf team members at Virginia Tech, asked at the beginning of the week if they could wear Hokies hats instead of the Titleist caps they normally wear. [... more » ]
"The Golf Channel’s strong virtual presence helps us to share our message. By directing users to the GCSAA Web site, we can create a deeper relationship," said Steve Mona, current CEO of the GCSAA. [... more » ]
"The Ambassadors will be our field force of golf-knowledgeable representatives who will deal with the courses as well as the players,” said Andy Mears, National Director of Business Development for Player’s Pass. [... more » ]
"Our editors are currently scouring the Southeast, talking to chefs and golfers, and making lists of well-known dining rooms at golf clubs," said Yeoman House director Caleb Clarke about researching the cookbooks. [... more » ]
Last week I wrote about being invited to be an instructor at a golf school of 35 women and 7 instructors. The school was a great success...Now, what are they going to do with the knowledge they came away with when they get home? [... more » ]
Lake Las Vegas can be a great escape from the usual frenzied craziness of Sin City if you're in the right mood. It's even better for families with its ice skating rink and exotic kite shop (you read that right, exotic kites). You just need to go in with a warning: Avoid Bistro Zinc, a hyped restaurant (for Lake Las Vegas) that's simply bad. [... more » ]
"Great Bear Golf & Country Club being recognized by Golf Digest raters isa well-deserved honor for this beautiful, challenging course," said Robert Uguccioni, executive director of the Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau. [... more » ]
"The National Arbor Day Foundation’s mission to plant, nurture and celebrate trees is one that we strongly believe in," said Jeff Elliott, senior project manager and land planner during construction of the course." [... more » ]