Golf News for Monday, July 16, 2007
"Our primary objective was to make the best performing and best-selling golf balls in their respective categories the most advanced yet," said George Sine, VP, Golf Ball Marketing and Strategic Planning - Worldwide. [... more » ]
"Golf equipment manufacturing has been big business in Japan," said Rinkya President Heather Russell. Link to Titleist, Callaway, and King Cobra Non-Conforming Drivers via Japanese on-line auctions and stores. [... more » ]
"The new precision-engineered DryJoys PODS outsole delivers the utmost in golf-specific technology," said Jack Erickson, Vice President of Golf Footwear Worldwide. A range of styling will be offered. [... more » ]
For lovers of golf and music, the Course at Wente Vineyards presents the unique opportunity to play one of Northern California’s most spectacular golf courses and then top it off with superb dining and entertainment. [... more » ]
"We trust the spectators will enjoy the intriguing stories of the Hall of Fame members who have connections to Carnoustie," said Jack Peter, Sr. Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Hall of Fame. [... more » ]
"By planning a weekday visit to the Pocono Mountains, golfers can avoid the usual weekend traffic and unwind with a relaxing round," said Robert Uguccioni, executive director of the Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau. [... more » ]
"Ballantine’s is an iconic brand and golf is an iconic sport and together they are a powerful combination," said Christian Porta, Chairman and CEO of Chivas Brothers, which owns Ballantine’s. [... more » ]
"We are very happy that Jill McGill will be working with us to bring Maruman back to the attention of LPGA and PGA Tour players here in the U.S.," said Maruman Global CEO Jimmy Chao. [... more » ]
"Everywhere he goes, he raises the level of the operation in all areas from golf operations to customer service. Eagle Mountain will definitely benefit from his expertise," said Phil Green, President of OB Sports Golf Management. [... more » ]
"I just played smart," said Schovee who lives in Cherry Hills Village, Colorado. "My game felt good from the start, but after I chipped in on five, I thought if I just played my game things could go my way." [... more » ]
"It's going to be great because I never played in the (Ricoh) Women’s British Open and it's at St. Andrews. It's the home of golf," said Carri Wood. "Who wouldn't want to go over there and play?" [... more » ]
The Pinehurst Women's North and South Amateur Championship has amassed its strongest field in recent history for its 105th running, with five of the top 10-ranked amateurs in the country entered in the field of 157. [... more » ]
"Although we have created a new course, we were able to blend the vision of the past with the technology of today," said golf course architect Ron Forse, who directed the Old Course restoration project. [... more » ]
Just when you thought kids were growing up too fast...a new study on MSNBC is reporting fewer teenagers are having sex these days compared to 2005. Surprised? Not me. How could teenagers possibly have the time for sex when the majority of them are chasing the lucrative dream of earning their very own tour card? [... more » ]
How many 50-year-olds do you know who are still the coolest guy in the room? Nick Faldo is just that, even as he reaches the age that will let him play on the pathetic Champions Tour. [... more » ]