Golf News for Monday, July 23, 2007
"I cannot say enough about how much I appreciate all the support I have received from my fans and sponsors, particularly Cutter & Buck," said Ms. Sorenstam regarding the launch of her new site. [... more » ]
"Golfers all over the world are discovering the exceptional characteristics of SureShot GPS," said Simon Webb, co-founder of Tee2Green Technologies. "We are proud to have earned the GolfTest USA Seal of Approval." [... more » ]
"The Inforemer’s Management Solution was the right choice. We’ve improved pace-of-play and can better communicate with our golfers at all times," said Jim Dewling, owner of Mystic Creek Golf Club. [... more » ]
"We salute this young player for her first professional championship, especially winning against such great competition and so dramatically in a playoff," said Jim Grundberg, Managing Director of SeeMore Golf. [... more » ]
"We’re really excited to be able to provide for Tucson children, a safe, fun and educational environment," said Gilbert Moncada, Owner and Director of Total Golf Adventures of Tucson, at a recent press meeting. [... more » ]
The PGA Education Center in Port St. Lucie has produced graduates since 2002 representing 48 states, Canada, The District of Columbia, Germany, Italy, Japan, Norway, Puerto Rico, The Netherlands and the U.S. Virgin Islands. [... more » ]
More than 4,000 boys and girls compete nationally to earn a spot in the Trusted Choice Big I Junior Classic. The boys compete for the Robert Trent Jones Trophy, and the girls vie for the Mayerstein Trophy. [... more » ]
"So many great players have won this tournament," Hurst said. "It feels great to win." This is Hurst’s first AJGA Invitational win. Coming into the final round, Hurst said she did not want to make too many mistakes. [... more » ]
"That eagle was really a turning point in the round in my pairing," Wilson said of his round with Matthew Vela of San Antonio and Benjamin Thorseth of Richmond, Texas. "We were all neck-to-neck at that point." [... more » ]
"These three rounds have definitely been the best," Lebow said. "Before this year I haven’t been in contention going into the last round. In the last year, I learned how to handle myself in tense situations." [... more » ]
"I couldn’t believe I put the ball in the water on No. 18," Cho said. "I put it short of the flagstick the first time through. My strategy was to get closer the next time around and I ended up misreading and going too far." [... more » ]
"The past few days I’ve had to worry about how my wrist felt," said Hu, who is from China. "But I was able to hang on and keep stepping forward throughout the tournament. It all came together here today." [... more » ]
Zimbabwe's Denis Watson, who snapped a 23-year victory drought in a major championship, will be the focus as Golf Channel features the highlights of a memorable 68th Senior PGA Championship. [... more » ]
"The PGA of America is proud to have Town Talk, a fixture in the headwear industry, continue its supporting partnership in Golf Retirement Plus," said the PGA of America President Brian Whitcomb. [... more » ]
How gutting that the one vital weak spot Sergio Garcia worked feverishly to get right after Hoylake let him down at the last. That missed putt on the final hole of regulation was so unlucky (not to mention the ace that turned into a par in the playoff), but so many had already lipped out to suggest this was not to be his day. [... more » ]
One of the reasons Tiger Woods creates a tremendous amount of clubhead speed in his swing is because he turns his left shoulder over his right knee at the top of the swing. To do this, one must be flexible in the shoulders and back. [... more » ]