Golf News for Tuesday, May 29, 2007
Kevin Cook speaks with host Dave Berner about his new book, Tommy's Honor: The Story of Old Tom Morris and Young Tom Morris, Golf's Founding Father and Son. Looking for a kid-friendly golf-trip option out west? Here are some best bets. And: Wolfrum on the new-look PGA Tour. [... more » ]
This phenomenal increase in revenue reflects expanded marketing and sales efforts, the growing reputation of the Company’s technology solutions, and a new two-tier pricing structure with sales incentives. [... more » ]
"There are more and more golf courses opening in the Czech Republic, which is becoming ever more prestigious in the world of golf," said Lubos Pasek, marketing director of Medea Kultur, a marketing partner of the Czech Golf Federation, during the restaurant opening ceremony. [... more » ]
Timberline Golf Club opened in 2002 and was built in part on land where a nine-hole course formerly stood. But the new has very little relationship to the old. Additional land was purchased to provide new space for the extra nine holes, and then developers started from scratch. [... more » ]
"The course conditions at Adare Golf Club offered an incredible challenge and winds were gusting at 45 miles per hour, but the reliability and precision of Harrison shafts could easily be seen," said Mike Cheng, president of Harrison. [... more » ]
"The wet conditions called for extra distance and accuracy that our golf clubs are designed for and I think each player benefited from that," said Chip Brewer, the CEO and president of Adams Golf. [... more » ]
"The Tocare Grip line is unlike any other grip line on the market. It features 3 outstanding benefits or technologies that distinguish the line amongst its competitors," states Director of Sales Bob White. [... more » ]
"Once again, we congratulate this week’s Nationwide Tour winner on his performance and we’re delighted he chose to play a Graphite Design shaft model," said Victor Afable, Vice President for Graphite Design. [... more » ]
"The Senior Open Championship will be played at Royal Troon Golf Club for the first time in 2008 and we thank the members and officials at Royal Troon for their support," said David Hill, Director of Championships for The R&A. [... more » ]
"It is so great that many of these teams reconnect every year for the Pro-Am," said Cindy Booker-Gatz, a Teaching Professional for the LPGA and this years committee chair for the Pro-Am tournament. [... more » ]
"This is the only facility in the United States where you have a golf course, hotel, convention center, NASCAR speedway and a major shopping mall (Concord Mills) all together," said Terry Crawford, general manager. [... more » ]
"We are honored to have Brian Golden on our team. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience and will be a key member of our executive team," said Richard Edmonson, Chief Executive Officer, SkyGolf. [... more » ]
"The Locker Room Exhibit has become, without question, one of the guests' favorite features when visiting the Hall of Fame," said Jack Peter, Sr. Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of The Hall of Fame. [... more » ]
Here's a question: at Ya Ya Secrets of the Sports World, did they really play putt-putt with Eva Longoria. And did they really lose? And what does San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker think of all of this? And here we thought the happy couple was all ready to adopt. [... more » ]
When the proposed penalties for the LPGA Tour's new drug testing plan came out over the long holiday weekend, a number of players certainly did a double gulp. After all, 25 tournaments (practically an entire season) for a first positive, 50 tournaments for a second failed test and a lifetime ban for urine issue No. 3 is no joke. [... more » ]
"We team together to help these brave men and women. And, I can't imagine the teamwork of what goes on among the members of the Armed Services who are involved in conflict," said PGA president Brian Whitcomb. [... more » ]
 
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