Golf News for Monday, July 30, 2007
"Due to the overwhelming demand for that specific Corzina belly putter we are able to create a limited quantity with those same specifications," said Sean Toulon, TaylorMade-adidas Golf executive vice president. [... more » ]
"It is extremely exciting to be designing my own range of putters under the GEL umbrella, especially since GEL putters are not only technologically innovative but also look modern, colourful and striking," said Dr. Hurrion. [... more » ]
"Now we know how Greg Oden felt when he was named as the Trailblazer's first-round pick this year," said Harlan Gardiner, OGIO executive vp. "This selection is a huge testament to OGIO's brand strength." [... more » ]
"Selecting the right distributor in Japan was a critical component to our global growth and expansion.," said Bill Kirkendall, CEO of Pure Motions Sports, maker of the putter training system TOMI. [... more » ]
"We are trying to jumpstart Mother Nature, and what your pond or lake will produce is all natural," said Hub Bechtol, who is one of the principals of the Austin, Texas-based Waters of America. [... more » ]
"Christina’s colorful sense of style and fun-loving attitude fit with keri golf’s feminine bags and accessories," said Keri Murschell, founder of the keri golf company and always its principal designer. [... more » ]
"It’s always rewarding to go low," said Masingill of his round at the Pepsi Idaho Open.. "I’ve been practicing and playing quite a bit at Osprey Meadows which has an excellent practice facility." [... more » ]
"Bob has been instrumental in the forming of Excel Golf Products. His diversified work experience helps out many of our departments," said John Iacono, the President and CEO of Excel Golf Products, Inc. [... more » ]
"We are happy to be back at the Fall Expo again," said Dan Ladd, President Etonic Golf. "Our participation supports our west coast sales representatives and accounts that do not always make it to the Orlando Show in January." [... more » ]
"Sponsorship connected to The European Tour will continue to play a pivotal role in Genworth’s European brand building activity," said Bob Brannock, President of Genworth Financial’s International business. [... more » ]
"This marks Upswing Golf’s first foray into collegiate athletics, most notably the opportunity to sponsor the next generation of golfers," said Upswing Director of Business Operations Director Richard Merk. [... more » ]
Captain Paul Azinger will have four selections to complete the team. Players accumulate points in golf's four major championships - The Masters, U.S. Open, British Open and PGA Championship - in 2007. [... more » ]
"I scrambled well and recovered from bad shots," said McCarthy, of Tolland, Conneticut. "I was falling apart halfway through the round but somehow finished on top." Play took place at Tedesco Country Club. [... more » ]
Airlines don't only lose luggage belonging to the average Joe. Ask the six American-based pro golfers whose luggage was lost by the airlines when flying to Carnoustie, Scotland to play in the British Open. [... more » ]
Sure Michelle Wie will have to wait much longer than even Natalie Gulbis did (in terms of tournaments played) to ever even dream of a win. Sure Wie only broke par in one of the four rounds at the Evian Masters. Sure Wie has dropped so far in terms of relevance that the French press didn't even bother to ask her any fashion questions. [... more » ]
LPGA bombshell Natalie Gulbis won't have to hear the "Yeah she's cute, but she's not a winner" comments anymore. Gulbis beat Jeong Jang in a one-hole playoff to ice her first win at the Evian Masters Sunday. [... more » ]