Golf News for Wednesday, June 13, 2007
"We bundled together these fun Father's Day packages that our guests could use through out the year," said Tony Johnson, General Manager at Timacuan. All packages can be purchased at the Online Pro Shop. [... more » ]
"These packages offer a bonding experience for any pair, whether it’s a couple dreaming of a romantic escape, a father and son looking for a place to relax," said Ray Easler, the club’s General Manager. [... more » ]
"I’m a very old fashioned, feel type player," said the 43-year-old tour veteran who started using the Idea Pro Hybrid at the Nissan Open in February. "When it feels right, I know I’m in good shape." [... more » ]
"Of course, we offer custom options with other graphite shaft manufacturers, but Aldila graphite shafts feature exclusive aerospace materials and incorporate unique technologies," said Sean Sheppard, president of Magique Golf. [... more » ]
Kyle Thompson won the Rex Hospital Open with the combination of the Srixon's Z-URS golf ball and I-506 irons. Brian Davis used that ball to earn second at Stanford St. Jude. Karrie Webb took second at the McDonald's. [... more » ]
"We are extremely gratified that our May and Year-to-Date performances are continuing Circling Raven’s four-year trend of increases, which bucks what has been going on nationally," said Director of Golf David Christenson. [... more » ]
"We are offering the PAR program on a stand alone basis to complement existing property and casualty insurance programs for golf courses," said Chris Bunbury, President of Environmental Risk Manages, Inc. [... more » ]
"iClub will be working closely with PCS members to develop the next generation of software based on the needs of the club fitter and maker," said Cory Costantino, iClub Vice President of Product Development. [... more » ]
"The advantages of our proprietary fabric technologies, along with the golf-specific fit and function we offer, allow them to focus on performing," said Dunning, the company’s founder and principal designer. [... more » ]
"The competition was really good this week and I tried not to think about the lead," A.J. McInerney said. "I just tried to make as many birdies as I could, especially in the tough conditions." [... more » ]
"On No. 15 when I was only 1-up I was a little nervous and I knew I had to do something to be able to come out on top," Hurst said. "It was tough since we weren’t really playing the course, we were playing each other." [... more » ]
Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the SAP Junior Open Srixon Qualifier was an 18-hole shotgun held at Red Tail Golf Club. The tournament field consisted of 100 players, 85 boys and 15 girls. [... more » ]
"Heading into the U.S. Open, we are extremely pleased with the combined performance of our brands so far this year, and we expect an even stronger second half," said Joe Zeller, President, PrideSports. [... more » ]
Sports writers like to make bold predictions, so here's mine: Colin Montgomerie is going to win this week's U.S. Open. Think I'm crazy? People have made wackier forecasts on this site. (I hear WorldGolf.com's Bill Wolfrum, yet to reveal his official Open pick, is eyeing Bob Estes to go all the way at Oakmont this year). [... more » ]
Over at Sports Illustrated, they love nothing better than accumulating a bunch of photos, giving it all a topic, and then presenting it as a colorful photo gallery. Today's photo gallery is of the "Most Fun Athletes to Watch." Generally these photo galleries don't teach us much, but do showcase some nice photographs. This particular photo gallery teaches us something, however - SI doesn't find Tiger Woods very fun to watch. [... more » ]
Woods, a three-event winner this year, has collected 70 points to lead the hunt for a ninth PGA Player of the Year Award and a seventh Vardon Trophy. Phil Mickelson is second in the PGA Player of the Year Standings. [... more » ]
 
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