Golf News for Wednesday, June 27, 2007
"PGA club professionals understand that choosing the right grip for your game is critical to maximizing performance on the course," said Jeff Fiorini, general manager for Eaton’s Golf Grip Division. [... more » ]
"The Hot Pink color is available in both iron and wood shafts and is in big demand. I’m sure fueled by the popularity of LPGA star Paula Creamer,” said Charles Blume, the President of SK Fiber. [... more » ]
"Many golfers put their sunglasses on their hat when they putt – but I worked directly with Sundog to ensure my H-DRIVE II’s featured lenses that help me with every shot," said Hunter Mahan. [... more » ]
"Ten for ten is a great accomplishment at a PGA Tour event, and it greatly complements another week where nearly three-quarters of the field were using our products," said Joe Zeller, President, PrideSports. [... more » ]
"We excel at creative opportunities like this," said Ray Sever, Players Turf Systems Director of Sales. "They wanted the outer ring to be sand, an inner area with a different color of sand and then the green." [... more » ]
"I've known Roy for a very long time, and I knew he would come up with something really special when we asked him to do this work for us," said general manager Ricky Heine, referring to course architect Roy Bechtol. [... more » ]
"We’re excited about the opportunity to sponsor an event like the ‘Junior Golf Night’ with the Pelicans," said Bobby Pearson, general manager of the Myrtle Beach location of Martin’s PGA Tour Superstore. [... more » ]
"We have worked very well with Tom, we were with him when he captained the U.S. Ryder Cup team in Ireland and we want to continue this wonderful relationship with Tom," said Gary Tolton, Zero Restriction's CEO. [... more » ]
"This is an excellent opportunity to join a team of dedicated hospitality professionals and I look forward to working with our members and guests," said Richard Flowers, who previosly coached Frostburg State University. [... more » ]
Entering the final round trailing by a stroke, the PGA Head Professional at Ashley Plantation in Daleville, Virginia, shot a 32 on the front nine on his way to a four-stroke victory at the 40th PGA Professional Championship. [... more » ]
"As a past champion the tournament holds special memories for me and I hope to be in contention for the title again in July," said Ernie Els, who will join Mickelson, Donald, Goosen, Garcia, Immelman and Cabrera. [... more » ]
"There’s a great atmosphere about The K Club and I’ve done well there in the past and look forward to getting another chance to win one of the leading titles on The European Tour." said Cabrera. [... more » ]
"I aimed at the bunker and hit a decent second shot," said Ryan Sheffer of Tucson, Arizona, about the par-5 on No. 17. "After I finished No. 17 I felt pretty good about my chances of winning." [... more » ]
"The players thoroughly enjoyed Katherine and learned a great deal about Yoga For Golfers and GolfGym," said Abby Pearson, the manager of Marketing Promotions for Duramed Pharmaceuticals, Inc. [... more » ]
When the Cheap Bastard heard about WorldGolf.com's latest promotion, yours truly headed for the hills. You'll just have to trust El Cheapo - he's been booked enough. [... more » ]
I like the US Open. But I like the US Women's Open even more. Why? a) I'm a woman, I can't help it, b) For the same reason I read the occasional US Weekly--I find the meow factor intriguing, and c) Any LPGA event with Michelle Wie in it means I'll have plenty to write home about. [... more » ]
 
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