Golf News for Thursday, April 5, 2007
The WorldGolf Wire will not be distributed on Good Friday, April 6. We will resume publication Monday, April 9. We wish you and your family a wonderful holiday weekend. Enjoy the Masters! [... more » ]
"We’re very excited with our performance on the LPGA and PGA Tours this week, and the support Lamkin grips are receiving among pro tour players is growing every week," said Bob Lamkin, president of Lamkin Corp. [... more » ]
New this season, the “Girls Gone Golfing” package at Hershey Resorts has all the components needed for a girlfriends’ golf getaway in an environment of relaxation and luxury with fine dining and spa sessions. [... more » ]
"Our hybrids perform to the high standards of many of the best players in the world. Because of that we’ve been able to create a demand for these clubs on all three tours," said Chip Brewer, Adams Golf president and CEO. [... more » ]
"I’m excited to offer golfers of all levels the very best in instruction at an academy that I feel is truly a differentiator of golf schools in the nation," said Charles King, a GOLF Magazine Top 100 Instructor. [... more » ]
For those seeking an exclusive island retreat, the Pearl Islands offer a luxury eco-resort with spa and wellness center, marina, and exceptional property management. This unique development offers treetop villas or homes. [... more » ]
"My partners and I all have backgrounds as golf professionals and we feel that the Vector Pro Launch System is an invaluable tool for golf professionals," said Gary Krueger, President of PG Professional Golf. [... more » ]
"To bring our company to the next level, we are elevating our advertising and spending to reach more consumers on a broader scale," said Francis Ricci, CEO and President, YES! Golf, about the proposed campaign. [... more » ]
"Mike will help us expand our ever growing presence on the LDA Tour. Mike has a world of potential and we expect huge things," states Mike Herron, Business Development Manager at Excel Golf Products, Inc. [... more » ]
"We are pleased to add the People vs. the Pros to our Challenge Event schedule," said PGA TOUR Commissioner Tim Finchem. "It is a format that the players have enjoyed competing in over the past four years." [... more » ]
"The design concept was that the clubhouse be built with the intention of pure golf," said Kiawah Island Director of Golf Brian Gerard. "It is truly beautiful, and we are very proud of how it has turned out." [... more » ]
Everyone knows O.J. Simpson's relentless pursuit of "the real killers" takes him to plenty of golf courses. The question is: Has Las Vegas become the wanted-to-be-author of "If I Did It"'s new getaway of choice? [... more » ]
Okay, it's a bit late for an April Fool, but here's mine anyway. PGA Commissioner Tim Finchem yesterday announced the inauguration of National Hate Tiger Week in a desperate last-ditch bid to promote real competition at PGA events. [... more » ]
It marked Scott’s 12th career win as a professional, vaulting him to No. 3 in the world rankings, all while relying upon a full bag of Titleist equipment. Scott's victory was one of four with the new Pro V1 golf ball. [... more » ]
"This was a big win for me," said the 40-year-old Tolles. "I have not won many tournaments, and have not played my best, so it was important to feel the pressure of having to make putts to win and I did it." [... more » ]
"We're fortunate to have a person of Jim's stature in this position," said Mark Brazil, tournament director for the Wyndham Championship. "He's done a first class job in every position he's held with the tournament." [... more » ]
The Nationwide Tour has selected Rochester (MN) Golf Charities as its 2006 Charity of the Year and Oran Culberson of the Knoxville Open as 2006 Volunteer of the Year, it was announced by the PGA TOUR. [... more » ]