Golf News for Tuesday, July 3, 2007
"Unlike most sports, where the eyes are positioned directly behind the target, the putting stroke positions the eyes to the side of the target," said Adam Sheldon, Business Unit Leader at Cleveland Golf. [... more » ]
"We're excited to enhance our image as a golf destination not just for local Golfers, but for Golfers traveling from outside the Lake Tahoe Area," said Doug Flynn, Director of Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club. [... more » ]
"This instruction method equips our certified personal coaches with scientific data recorded on sophisticated, patented equipment," said GolfTEC Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Joe Assell. [... more » ]
"For fall 2007, our constructed, tailored pants and shorts from Signature Series maintain the same sensibility, heavily influenced by menswear patterns and styles," said a spokesperson for the company. [... more » ]
"With the great response to our Men’s ReelFit, we had significant demand to include this technology in our Women’s product line," said Jack Erickson, Vice President of Golf Footwear Worldwide. [... more » ]
"Golfers at Bedford Springs will experience historically significant eras of American golf and the work of three master golf architects in one golf course," said Keith Evans, Managing Partner, Bedford Resort Partners Ltd. [... more » ]
"I’ve played a lot of great golf courses and Circling Raven is right there with any of them. The setting, customer service, course design and conditions put Circling Raven over the top," said Henderson. [... more » ]
Since Cristie Kerr, winner of the U.S. Women’s Open, qualified for the ADT Championship, a minimum of 11 players will be selected for the ADT Championship field from the second half of the ADT Points List. [... more » ]
"We are very fortunate to find such a wonderful course as Aurora Country Club to host our PING Junior Solheim Cup", said Stephen Hamblin, AJGA executive director. "This course will be a great test of golf." [... more » ]
"Winning in Manchester a few weeks ago was great and this just proves it was no fluke," said the 2006 English Amateur Champion who is embarking on his rookie season after turning professional at the end of last year. [... more » ]
"See many of Ireland and Europe’s favourite sporting sons playing alongside the cream of the European Tour golfing talent," said Jamie Birkmyre, Managing Director of the European Open Golf Championship. [... more » ]
"We are pleased to assist the EWGA Foundation with this donation to its charity golf tournament played during U.S. Women’s Open week," said Marje Helfet, CEO of Fairway Skins. "LPGA-USGA Girls Golf is a worthy." [... more » ]
"I’ve been doing okay this year on the Challenge Tour but apart from a third place earlier in the year where I had a good last round, to be honest, I’ve been treading water a little bit," said Robert Coles. [... more » ]
Baker, currently 11th on the Challenge Tour Rankings, is in line for his second successive tournament victory which would give him a great chance of cementing his place in the top 20 at the end of the season. [... more » ]
The USGA just held a national championship - the U.S. Women's Open - where there were five players who finished under par for the tournament. Five! If that happened in the men's U.S. Open, USGA President Walter Driver would have people shot. [... more » ]
Golfers, it's time we put our money, and golf gear, where our mouths are. I've previously written about a couple of organizations that have done just that --the Evansville (Ind.) City Council and Kyle Taylor of USAGolf in Lawrence, Kansas. They, and others like them have donated golf balls and golf gear to U.S. troops stationed in Iraq and around the globe. [... more » ]