Golf News for Friday, July 27, 2007
"At Aldila we have set a standard of quality, consistency and performance unmatched by any other composite shaft manufacturer in the world," said Mike Rossi, Aldila’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing. [... more » ]
"The competition in Australia and New Zealand has been fantastic," said Mike Tait, President and club designer of SMT Golf Inc. "I am proud of their accomplishments and the fact that they clearly trust the SMT brand." [... more » ]
The SuperStroke user, who is a two-time winner this year on the PGA Tour, said: "The SuperStroke reduces the movement of your wrist, and you just use your shoulders. It just makes the ball roll better and it gives me confidence." [... more » ]
"The golf industry is constantly evolving, and we are making sure that students of all ages can continue to grow in this field," said Brad Turner, a PGA professional and Director of the Orlando Campus. [... more » ]
"The ability to view their swing online is a great added value to our students’ instruction investment," said Chip Koehlke, Director of Instructional Programs, Faldo Golf Institute by Marriott. [... more » ]
The Sunday golf event is the kickoff function of the 6th Annual ING Fall Forum, a gathering of golf media and business leaders. New York-New York Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas is the host hotel. [... more » ]
"We realized the need for an accessible golf car in our community," said Ron Cassidy, manager of Golf Operations at Glenview Golf Club. "We did extensive research and found SoloRider to be the superior brand." [... more » ]
"Golf clubs are a significant investment and golfers want to be sure their clubs are protected when they travel," said David Triptow, who is the vice president in charge of product development at Datrek. [... more » ]
"There wasn't any secret to producing this Tivo-Proof ad. We placed where it would be relevant to the audience," said Jim Nista, Chief Executive Officer of Nista, Hancock and Knapp advertising agency. [... more » ]
I joke about the fact that golf is all I know, but I say that because I learned the game through my dad, and spent time with him while he was at work and learning about the business," said David Bryan, a PGA professional. [... more » ]
Preparations for the championship have been hindered by 30 days under ice during a rough winter and 10 weeks of rain this spring. Summers in Tulsa are notorious for being hot and humid, adding to the stress on the turf. [... more » ]
"This year we want to give back to those who have lost the ones that made the ultimate sacrifice for our country," said Brian Cramer, owner of Sandy’s, and the person who spearheaded the move of the tournament. [... more » ]
"Holes were built with a flood-type situation in mind, but the fact that the lake has come up so far so fast has brought the lake more into play than one could have truly imagined," said Jimmy Terry, Waterford’s general manager. [... more » ]
Has anyone seen trailers for Who's Your Caddy yet? I don't know about you, but I can't wait to go. Finally, an urban Caddyshack for the IPod generation. [... more » ]
ESPN, what happened to you? First you came up with the ESPYs, the self-aggrandizing award program that doled out hardware for Best Plays and Best Teams and Best On-Camera Nose-Picking. [... more » ]