Golf News for Thursday, May 17, 2007
"We’ve tested most every grip on the market, and we think Lamkin produces some of the highest quality, most innovative grip designs in golf.," said Sean Sheppard, president of Magique Golf, about the choice. [... more » ]
"Now, TGW is the preferred place for groups to shop for made-to-order merchandise. We satisfy customers with excellent product recommendations," Steve Tangdall, TGW Director of Corporate Sales. [... more » ]
"When the pros overwhelmingly choose Golf Pride grips tournament after tournament, it reinforces that they believe we are offering the best," said Jeff Fiorini, general manager for Eaton’s Golf Grip Division. [... more » ]
Eric claims this unique story only happened because ten months ago he just started using the Volvik. Crystal ball, when his neighbors Chuck and Delphia Womer gave him some Volvik Crystal golf balls to try. [... more » ]
A majority of Nike Golf’s Tour staff have benefited from the technology of Nike Golf’s SV Tour wedge, as evidenced by the fact that Nike Golf tied for the lead with the most wedge wins on the PGA Tour in 2006. [... more » ]
"We're excited that more and more players are choosing SeeMore and its original, proven and proprietary Riflescope Technology," said Jim Grundberg, the Managing Director for SeeMore Golf. [... more » ]
"It's very difficult when you don't pay them to use your equipment. Our RollGroove Technology has truly set Rife apart and allowed us to get into many of the Tour Players bags," said Matt Molloy, President of Rife putters. [... more » ]
"We continually achieve PGA TOUR usage numbers that are in the 70-80% range, which is unmatched by any brand or company in golf," said Joe Zeller, President, PrideSports. after The Players Championship. [... more » ]
Clinics are taught by PGA Teaching Professional Bill Humbertson and kick off in June with "Overcoming First Tee Jitters" and go through October, capping the season with a lesson from the sand. [... more » ]
"We encourage people to come out and help us raise money for the wives and children of the Special Operations men killed in action," said Steve Ruth, Planning Director for the UWSF tournament. [... more » ]
Ashleigh, who turned 18 yesterday, enthused, "I can't wait to get out on the Tour. I have thoroughly enjoyed my amateur career and feel I am absolutely ready for the next stage of my golfing journey." [... more » ]
"If I had played this week, I would have risked further damage and probably turned it into a long-term injury. Now I have the chance of being fit to return at Wentworth next week," said Clarke. [... more » ]
The organizers of the Samsung World Championship are giving Michelle Wie a sponsor's exemption to the hardest tournament to qualify for in women's golf. This despite the fact that Wie never broke par in any of her four rounds last time. Proving yourself is so overrated these days. [... more » ]
Either Padraig Harrington has been hitting the Guinness big-time or the scribes covering the Irish Open are really desperate for a story. Suddenly we're inundated with headlines accusing that nice PGA Commissioner Tim Finchem of cruelly snatching European golfers almost from their cradles and whisking them off to America. [... more » ]
"It was the first time in the history of the Clara Maass Medical Center Foundation Golf Invitational that anyone has won a car," said Jane Kessler, Vice President of the Clara Maass Medical Center Foundation. [... more » ]
 
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