Golf News for Thursday, August 30, 2007
Denis Watson captured a well earned victory at the Boeing Classic using a Rife 2-Bar Mallet Putter. Denis chipped in for birdie on the first playoff hole and then rolled in a 22 foot eagle putt to take the win. [... more » ]
"The C-Groove putter continues to perform for the players each week on tour," said Francis Ricci, President and CEO, YES! Golf. "We are seeing more and more players putting the Yes! Putter in their bag." [... more » ]
"The engineers at UST developed a shaft that is easy to load and has an explosive release of energy at impact. It's like a bullwhip," said Horsepower Golf owner and 2002 RE/MAX World Long Senior Champion Pat Dempsey. [... more » ]
"The staff here at Rocky Gap is second to none and continues to reach great heights. Customer service and our guests’ comfort are priorities at the resort," said Rocky Gap General Manager Tim Grambley. [... more » ]
Inspired by the 18 major championships that Nicklaus won during his legendary career, Spring 2008 is comprised of two lines that pay homage to his storied victories: Performance 18 and Legacy 18. [... more » ]
Five men including the winner of the record-setting seven-man playoff at the Boeing Classic use the I Gotcha Ready Warm-Up System to safely stretch and relax their body before taking on the competition. [... more » ]
"I'm able to play more shots because I can get to my ball more often now," said Ebel, who lost his legs when a front-end loader flipped while he was doing landscaping at his grandmother's house outside Detroit in 1984. [... more » ]
For the 2007 Omega Mission Hills World Cup the leading 18 available players, each native-born citizens of different countries, from the Official World Golf Ranking on Monday September 3 will qualify. [... more » ]
"We are delighted to be hosting the collegiate tournament again," said Tom Plankers, the president of Sea Trail Golf Resort & Convention Center. "Our courses are in great condition for the competition." [... more » ]
"I have worked with Paul for the better part of this year and I have grown to both respect his integrity and to admire the feelings that people in the golf business have for him," said Mike Willis, President of DWH. [... more » ]
"I'd like to personally challenge everyone out there to test our product. That's how confident I am in this technology. We know we have the best golf specific eyewear," said Steve Asman, President of Innoventions Enterprises. [... more » ]
"The lines have been drawn, the teams have been set and now it's time to battle it out," said Phil Green, President of OB Sports. "That sounds serious, but really it's just a lot of fun to host our loyal customers." [... more » ]
"This is unbelievable," said Colin Edwards after starting the final day three strokes clear of Young. "It is fantastic to win and means the world to me because it proves I can still win at national level." [... more » ]
Under immense pressure and with the eyes of the golfing world upon him, Harrington played the shot to perfection, clipping the ball cleanly off the turf and stopping it four feet from the pin, from where he successfully holed out. [... more » ]