Golf News for Monday, May 7, 2007
"John Feinstein has the ability to work as an investigative journalist with the heart of a fan," said show host Dave Berner. "Our conversation was like talking to the ultimate 'insider' of professional golf. John knows so much, has been to so many places and knows so many good stories. He's a joy to talk with and an even bigger joy to read." [... more » ]
"Placing 10 Grand Strand courses on Golf Digest's list of "Top 100 Public Golf Courses" reinforces our saying that "It Can Only Happen Here,'" said Bill Golden, vice president and director of marketing of Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday. [... more » ]
Whistler, the site of the 2010 Winter Olympics, has four excellent, award-winning golf courses within minutes of each other. Designed by the likes of Nicklaus, Palmer and Jones Jr., they offer traveling golfers a unique, challenging golf experience among the beauty of Southwestern B.C. [... more » ]
"Two of the world's Top Four players choosing to play Lamkin grips is an incredible testimonial to the quality, reliability and performance of Lamkin grips," says Bob Lamkin, president and CEO of Lamkin Corporation. [... more » ]
"Tour players are feeling the difference we keep telling consumers about. We will continue to increase our tour presence and work on getting e21 shafts into the hands of the best players," said Nataliya Hearn of e21 Golf. [... more » ]
"The Golf Coach Program is designed to encourage players to spend more, focused practice time with a coach," said Eric Jones, founder of the Seaver Golf Academy and a World Long Drive Senior Champion. [... more » ]
Seventy graduates, representing 31 states and Puerto Rico, comprised the latest class to advance through The PGA Professional Golf Management Program. The graduates were honored in ceremonies. [... more » ]
Personal instruction at the TOUR Academy is complemented by teaching technologies including comparative video analysis where golfers' swing video is spilt-screened with some of the best players in the game. [... more » ]
Dirk Nowitzki lost. Big. But he stood up. Contrast that with the latest maneuverings from Team Wie. Rather than come out and admit she got in over her head herself, Wie had her coach, David Leadbetter, let it out that she's reconsidering that taking over the men's game thing. [... more » ]
Every August the women’s British Open rolls around, and every August I ask the same question: when are they going to play the Old Course? I guess all that shouting at the television finally paid off: this August, the women’s British Open will be played, for the first time, at venerable St. Andrews. [... more » ]
Public embarrassment of famous people, like David Hasselhoff's recent relapse caught on tape, or Alec Baldwin's Bad Daddy-moment and Paris Hilton's jail sentence is what gets Blue Collar Joes like myself out of bed in the morning. [... more » ]
"We pride ourselves in our divers' professionalism and our ability to dive the courses more often creating more revenue for our clients," said Jeff Wall, the retrieval manager for PG Professional Golf. [... more » ]
"We look forward to bringing the excitement of more professional women's golf to the Orlando area, and to working with Andrea Sims and Cindy Wulf, co-founders of the Victory Golf Tour," Melissa Suttles, Mystic Dunes General Manager. [... more » ]
"La Costa is a great place to be, a great property and beautiful area," said Dave Doerr, a native of Green Bay, Wis., who grew up in the small logging town of Yreka, along the California-Oregon border. [... more » ]
"Whether golfers are looking to play a classic course or one of the many modern gems, there is something for everyone at Shanty Creek Resorts," said Brian Kautz, Director of Golf at Shanty Creek Resorts. [... more » ]
The Executive Women’s Golf Association (EWGA) Foundation proudly announces it will host its 5th annual fundraising dinner and charity golf tournament in support of the LPGA-USGA Girls Golf program. [... more » ]