Golf News for Thursday, August 2, 2007
"The Tech Van presents a tremendous opportunity for accounts nationwide to educate customers about our direct-injection manufacturing process," said C.B. Tuite, General Sales Manager, ECCO USA Golf Division. [... more » ]
"We expected sales of our rangefinders to soar when the USGA ruled in 2006 to allow distance measuring devices for tournament play and for posting handicap scores," said Jason Seeman, Golf Sales Manager at Bushnell. [... more » ]
"We operate in a very competitive industry and we feel privileged to be the exclusive apparel licensee for these prestigious PGA of America events,” said Bob Maggiore, adidas Golf senior director of brand marketing. [... more » ]
Watson played a full bag of Adams Golf clubs including two Idea Pro Hybrids (18 and 20 degrees), the Idea Pro Forged Irons, Tom Watson 56 and 60-degree wedges, an Insight BTY 3-wood. [... more » ]
"Professional players, like Furyk, rely upon shafts engineered to extremely high tolerances, and we’re very pleased," said Gene Simpson, VP of sales and marketing of United Sports Technologies brands. [... more » ]
"The demand for our hybrids has never been higher and it’s a direct correlation with how they perform at the crucial moments, when these guys are trying to win tournaments," said Max Puglielli, for Adams Golf. [... more » ]
"We are pleased to repot that so many of the top players at the Canadian Open also relied on Golf Pride grips," said Jeff Fiorini, general manager for Eaton’s Golf Grip Division. "The Golf Pride brand is recognized globally." [... more » ]
"A win is always something to celebrate and this week we had two more. The statistics continue to get better and better for CHAMP Spikes this year," said Harris MacNeill, the President of Champ. [... more » ]
"The HB-001 builds on the success of the MD and the experience of the golfers that have used it to deliver the next generation of hybrid club to the world," said Toru Kamatari, President of Sonartec Golf. [... more » ]
"The PGA Championship History Exhibit is a wonderful tribute to PGA Professionals, who have touched the lives of our past PGA Champions," said Brian Whitcomb, the president of the PGA of America. [... more » ]
"It’s great that Ireland has the chance to host an event like this, because it gives our young professionals the opportunity to gain experience against a high quality international field in tough tournament conditions," said Harrington. [... more » ]
When you take practice swings, you are interfering with and reducing the flow of energy in your body and your ability to drive the ball farther. To prevent this, simply take your practice swings and then rub your stomach. [... more » ]
Michelle Wie, coming off a disappointing week in France at the Evian Masters (and let's face it, what hasn't been disappointing about Michelle Wie lately), rebounded to shoot even par today at the first round of the 2007 British Women's Open, and finds herself in the clubhouse four shots off the lead. [... more » ]
These are supposedly exciting times for golf nuts. The last of the majors hoves abruptly into view after which we hurtle relentlessly into the FedEx Cup playoff finale, all topped off with the Presidents Cup at the end of next month. With Tiger Woods back this week doing something quite exceptional - playing the week before a major - you'd think there'd be a special buzz about the place. [... more » ]
Aaron Johnsen, David Moody and Lindsey Hoffman have won the 2007 Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) Student Essay Contest and will receive college scholarships. [... more » ]
"The PGA of America is proud of the opportunity to join Southern Hills Country Club in returning our support to the citizens of Tulsa," said Brian Whitcomb, who is the president of the PGA of America. [... more » ]
 
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