Golf News for Tuesday, June 12, 2007
The Okanagan Valley is Canada's sunniest spot for a golf vacation. The area is blessed with a Mediterranean-like climate of warm and sunny summers, bracketed by more temperate, but still sunny, spring and fall seasons. [... more » ]
"Each collection is created in direct consultation with Zach and the rest of our Tour staff," said Dunning, company founder and principal designer. "They trust our designs to help them focus solely on shotmaking." [... more » ]
"Our accounts are very excited about the new offerings we have added to the U.S. Open merchandise line, such as our new convertible windshirt," said Jeff Waller, national sales director, Ahead. [... more » ]
"I'm sure our presence on the professional golf tours has given us a boost," said Jane Spicer, president. "It’s very gratifying to watch golf on television and see Daphne's being carried by so many professionals." [... more » ]
" It is a great new tool every golfer should use before every round. Even if it is only to stretch properly and prevent injury," said Jim Light, president and founder of Pro Line Sports, maker of IGotcha Ready. [... more » ]
"This is an exciting time for the Northwest Arkansas community," said Tournament Director Lenny Francoeur. "Many of the world's greatest lady golfers will be in our backyards all week and we encourage fans to get their tickets." [... more » ]
"I needed to get in a win this summer because I don’t have anymore time to do it," Peterson said. "It feels like a big accomplishment to win an AJGA tournament." Peterson won with a 10-under-par 206. [... more » ]
"This is the realization of a longstanding dream of our two associations," said John Bodenhamer, the Executive Director for Washington State Golf Association and Pacific Northwest Golf Association. [... more » ]
"The traditional golf lesson is given by an instructor using only his eyes, or maybe video, but ultimately relies upon the individual opinion of one instructor," said Dan Benzenberg, Director of Instruction for GolfTEC Lake Grove. [... more » ]
"I'm really excited to play," said Lewis, a University of Arkansas golfer and 2007 Women's National Champion. "We haven't had a home tournament in two years, so it will be nice to play in front of a home crowd." [... more » ]
"The fact that so many players at all levels entrust their game with Golf Pride, shows their belief in the Golf Pride name and reinforces its leadership," said Jeff Fiorini, general manager for Eaton’s Golf Grip Division. [... more » ]
"QOLF is a perfect complement to our championship golf program, especially for families, juniors and non-golfers,” said Steve Schaller, the Director of Golf at Seaview Resort & Spa, A Marriott Resort. [... more » ]
WorldGolf.com readers were given an interesting bonus recently, as Chris Baldwin reported live from the LPGA Championship. Throughout each round, Baldwin was able to give exclusive updates from the tournament, giving readers a unique look at the event. Brandon Tucker is scheduled to do the same at the U.S. Open. [... more » ]
After the LPGA Championship, golf bloggers of the world are rejoicing in the coming of the U.S. Open, where Michelle Wie posts will be few and far between. [... more » ]
"Having three of Kaua'i's four golf-destination partners rated among the best golf resorts is a great honor because of the source – Conde Nast Traveler readers," said Sue Kanoho of the Kaua'i Visitors Bureau. [... more » ]
"One of Bob's and my great joys has been the ability to share our blessings with others," said Mrs. Hope. "I'm happy to be able to give this gift in memory of Bob and all our wonderful friends of the LPGA." [... more » ]