Golf News for Tuesday, May 15, 2007
The clubface of the G.R.I.P. Fairway Woods is made from a heat-treated, H2045 cast stainless "Hot Steel," which is lighter and stronger than the standard metals - 431 and 17-4 steel - used in most of today's golf clubs. [... more » ]
The runner-up of The Players Championship made 4 straight birdies to finish with a four-day total of nine-under, 2 shots behind the winner. He switched last week to a YES! putter prototype called Valerie. [... more » ]
The Monterey Plaza Hotel & Spa is unveiling three stay-and-play golf packages offering the chance to play one of the three courses the PGA Tour pros tackle during the annual pro-am at Pebble Beach. [... more » ]
"With two consecutive wins on the PGA tour and having so many of the players in contention on Sunday wear our spikes makes every week thrilling," said Harris MacNeill, the President of Champ. [... more » ]
Norman is a winner of 88 titles worldwide including two Open Championships. Ballesteros is an icon on the international golf scene with play that won him three British Open Championships and two Masters titles. [... more » ]
"I personally use the Pro-Balance Drop-In Weights in my clubs and believe they allow me to quantify the feel I like best," said Ed Mitchell, PGA, chairman of Mitchell Golf Equipment Company. [... more » ]
"We are excited about our new relationship with the AJGA," said Steve Wilmot, tournament director for the Verizon Heritage. "Supporting junior golf in our area is just one of the ways we support our mission." [... more » ]
Forrest, who has served as an American Society of Golf Course Architects officer for the past three years, will also chair the ASGCA Executive Committee. He isa Toledo, Ohio-based golf course architect. [... more » ]
"It is really cool to be able to play for $1 million. I've never played in the ADT Championship before and I am looking forward to go play at Trump International and compete," said Michelob Ultra Open winner Pettersen. [... more » ]
"Coming back to Wentworth as Number One in Europe makes me very proud and, yes, you unquestionably walk a bit taller when you win something like the Vardon Trophy," said Harrington. [... more » ]
Troy Matteson joins co-hosts Dr. Greg Rose and Dave Phillips in a new episode to demonstrate a total body workout that targets the chest, core and legs to improve strength and stability in the golf swing. [... more » ]
"We opened the school in spring, 2006 and are continuing to expand and improve the course," said Dick Sutton, president. "Our Florida facility has always had all of these types of conditions, and now we're making New York just as private and just as challenging." [... more » ]
Give your range balls the most thorough, efficient cleaning possible with the exclusive "dimple brush" design that cleans deep into the dimples. It has the incredible capacity to clean 15,000 balls an hour. [... more » ]
Of course Lefty is going to praise a fellow golfer for his bold shot in the closing moments of a big tournament. A very chipper Phil Mickelson was on one of my favorite shows, Pardon the Interruption this afternoon on ESPN. Fresh of his Players' victory Mickelson had some interesting comments. [... more » ]
We here at the Golfer Supremacy Rankings are looking for a good rankings coach. Because we've got the basics of ranking golfers down cold, see, but some times small errors creep into our routine. Like the time we accidentally ranked Pol Pot as the world's No. 1 golfer. That was embarrassing. The guy couldn't break 80 if several million of his countrymans' lives depended on it. [... more » ]
Villela and Suarez will be honored and formally presented the 2007 President’s Youth Leadership Award by USGA President Walter Driver during the Rolex Dinner of Champions during the Rolex Tournament of Champions. [... more » ]
"We're proud of these awards because they reflect what GCSAA members tell us about GCM -- that it's the industry's top publication, and the one on which they rely," said GCM Editor-in-Chief Ed Hiscock. [... more » ]
 
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