Golf News for Friday, August 10, 2007
"I like the idea that fans are looking to see what I will be wearing next," said Edfors. "I love this new golf gear because it brings some fun and liveliness to the course. It's what Puma does best - bring style to sports." [... more » ]
"Our quick & easy twist-n-lock design allows golfers to safely stretch and relax the body in a minute avoiding that dreaded double-bogey on the first hole," said Jim Light, president and founder of Pro Line Sports. [... more » ]
"Quality time is an important factor in any relationship between an adult and a child, and this is a great way to create that integral atmosphere," said Dave Scott, Director of Golf at Shingle Creek Golf Club. [... more » ]
Caldera Springs, the new 400-acre resort community created by the same team that developed and operates Sunriver Resort, will formally unveil its golf course at a grand opening ceremony on Saturday. [... more » ]
"We're grateful for another successful week on the global tour schedule. Having our product perform at the highest level all over the world is very rewarding for our entire staff," said Peter R. Sanchez, President. [... more » ]
The T-2nd Place Finisher used a Rife Barbados to shoot even par over a very tough Firestone Country Club. The T-4th Place Finisher used a Rife Scarab putter to average only 1.692 putts per GIR in the final round. [... more » ]
"The Apollo Hump Shafts consistently perform at the highest levels of the game and we're proud of their placing #1 and #2 at 2007 Canadian Open," said Rob Altomonte, Marketing Manager of Hireko Golf. [... more » ]
David Hill, the Director of Championships for The R&A said: "We have limited the daily attendance to ensure that it remains comfortable for spectators to follow the match of their choice round the course." [... more » ]
"It was another great day for the Founders Challenge," said Laurie Beard, president and Chief Executive Officer of Founders Bank. "We were able to play under perfect conditions with a great group of players." [... more » ]
After bogeying the 17th hole to fall three shots behind, Stephen Abrams found himself in a sudden-death playoff and just as miraculously found a way to win his third straight U.S. Kids Golf World Championship. [... more » ]
The Charles Schwab Cup is a season-long points program designed to recognize the Tour's leading player. The program rewards both top finishes and week-in/week-out consistency at all 29 official Cup events. [... more » ]
"Tournaments like I had at Wentworth inspire me so much, to not hang up the clubs and keep competing. It was great to finish second and to come back in 32 on the back nine was very pleasing," said Charles. [... more » ]
"I am absolutely overwhelmed with the turnout to this event, said PGA of America President Brian Whitcomb. "It is such a privilege to interact with the boys and girls, who will one day be tomorrow's leaders." [... more » ]
I've long championed nine-hole golf courses or golf courses actually offering nine-hole rates as a solution to the game's time crunch. And's readers respond by flooding us with comments about how they love a good nine-hole track too. And then, nobody plays the nine-hole courses that are out there. [... more » ]
Sergio Garcia was one of the few players who came close to blaming the ungodly heat during Thursday's opening round of the 89th PGA Championship [... more » ]
"The 50th anniversary ClubCorp Charity Classic further reinforces our company culture of giving back to our communities," said Eric Affeldt, ClubCorp's president and CEO. "We chose four charities." [... more » ]