Golf News for Thursday, May 24, 2007
"Now that we are introducing the GS Tour to all professional golfers, we hope to continue our winning tradition and cement our reputation," said Bob Gotfredson, Vice President of Sales for Sonartec Golf. [... more » ]
"Top tour professionals continue to make Golf Pride grips their number one choice tournament after tournament, it reinforces that they believe we are offering the best grip," said Jeff Fiorini, for Eaton's Golf Grip Division. [... more » ]
"He and the other great pros using SeeMore putters help continue our impressive charge on the Tour, validating the proprietary and proven Riflescope Technology," said Jim Grundberg, of SeeMore Golf. [... more » ]
This marks the fifth time in 2007 that Adams has swept the hybrid counts on the top three professional U.S. men’s tours. Its hybrids rank #1 in the combined count for the three tours with 1,587 Adams hybrids in play this year. [... more » ]
Tour Edge has unveiled the latest addition to its Exotics line of clubs. The Exotics CNC blade is an iron that is CNC milled and forged out of 1025-carbon steel, which the company claims improves feel and feedback. [... more » ]
AccuFLEX Golf had three Tops 10 Finishes and a total of 11 shafts in play at the Regions Charity Classic. Two Champions Tour Players who tied for 6th Place had a combined total of 6 Icon shafts in their bags. [... more » ]
"Epic represents the first sporting goods product that's been truly enabled by recent advances in utilizing complete nanotechnology," said Graeme Horwood, Vice President Engineering / Research & Development. [... more » ]
"I used it for demonstrations and lessons continuously over four days and the net happily withstood ball speeds in excess of 200 mph without suffering any deterioration or movement," said Paul Slater. [... more » ]
"As you have probably experienced, it’s hard to have a great round of golf when you are focused on the negative. The good news is there is a method to protect ourselves from this negative energy," said Teplitz. [... more » ]
"State-of-the-art technology is the foundation for our approach to golf instruction," said Steve DeWitt, PGA Professional and Manager and Director of Instruction for GolfTEC Huntington Beach. [... more » ]
"We’re excited about our partnership with Greg Norman Collection and have spent time reaching out to local pro shops across the U.S." said Kimberly Carr-Cavallo, editor-in-chief and publisher of Sporting Woman. [... more » ]
"Tiger's continued support of the Buick Open makes a tremendous difference for everyone involved with the tournament and for Southeast Michigan charities," said Larry Peck, Buick golf marketing manager. [... more » ]
"Jim Furyk is one of the top players in the world and we're excited that he'll be returning to Warwick Hills," said Larry Peck, Buick golf marketing manager. "John Daly is an exciting player fans love to watch." [... more » ]
"Having Laura playing in the Ladies English Open is very exciting for everybody concerned. She was desperately disappointed to miss out on the event last year," said Chart Hills' general manager, Rod Park. [... more » ]
For once America really does play second fiddle to Europe and doesn't it show. You'd struggle to buy your second Rolls Royce with the money going on the awkwardly named Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial. [... more » ]
When I see John Deere commercials, it's usually emphasizing the tradition and quality of their line of yard equipment and tractors. What does giving Michelle Wie a sponsor's exemption have to do with promoting John Deere tractors? [... more » ]
 
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