Golf News for Tuesday, July 31, 2007
"Before the week of (HSBC Women’s World) match play, since I was kind of behind, I set only one goal, to play in the ADT Championship," said Gulbis, the 16th qualifier for the season ending ADT Championship. [... more » ]
"The classic styling that has become synonymous with Oxford Golf is ever-present in the Spring 2008 men’s collection," said Danny Gee, Vice President of Merchandise and Design for The Oxford Golf Group. [... more » ]
Standard Golf Co.'s new microfiber tee towel has seven times the absorbency and three times the "wicking" action of a standard cotton towel. It is an antimicrobial product and repels odors and stains. [... more » ]
"Head Tennis and Golf apparel will reengage with Tennis and Golf pro/specialty shops in North America that cater to sports enthusiasts who demand cutting-edge fashion," said Nex-LvL Inc. President Robert “Bob” Fenton. [... more » ]
"Working with Signature Risk Partners is a new way for us to reward those courses who are leading the industry in best environmental practices," said Kevin A. Fletcher, Ph.D., executive director at Audubon International. [... more » ]
"The Solheim family and all the PING team are thrilled with the exhibit honoring The Solheim Cup and the competitors that have made the event the success that it is," said John A. Solheim, Chairman and CEO of PING, Inc. [... more » ]
"It feels great to come out and win, especially in my first event," said Pete Kellerman. "It was a great couple days of golf for me. I was driving well, had solid iron shots and was able to putt amazing all week." [... more » ]
"I knew I was playing good all week," said Landon Lyons. "I just needed to go out today and not make the mistakes I made the first two days. Today, I made a lot of great putts. This year has been tough." [... more » ]
"I just tried to draw on past experience to give me confidence," said Scott Langley. "I knew I could do it. I have come close a lot, but I pulled it off here and it is special to win my last AJGA tournament." [... more » ]
"It still hasn’t sunk in that I won," said Braver. "I was just hoping to finish in the top three. But I knew it was going to be close." Sam Braver, of Roswell, Georgia, also won the 2006 Nike Golf Junior at Colonial. [... more » ]
"Overall I feel good, but it was the first two days that saved me," said Michael Jae Woo Im. "I was confident I could win here when the tournament began, but I only hit four fairways and ten greens today." [... more » ]
"I couldn’t believe I put the ball in the water on No. 18," said Cho. "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 » ]
"I think you are going to see a bunch of birdies. The par threes, as I say, are not too long and the par fives are reachable in two. You can attack the pins and there should be loads of birdie opportunities," said Olazábal. [... more » ]
It's a groundbreaking week for pro women's golf. The Women's British Open is being hosted on the Old Course at St. Andrews for the first time in history. [... more » ]
I think jeans and jean shorts are terrible for the golf course. Let me add to that cargo shorts. I saw some guys playing recently at an upscale course and they were all wearing rumpled cargo shorts that hung well below their knees. They looked like orphan clam diggers. [... more » ]
Nagle, selected in the veteran's category, had 61 victories worldwide including an Open Championship. Carr, who won the British Amateur three times, got into the hall via the lifetime achievement category. [... more » ]