Golf News for Wednesday, September 12, 2007
"Our design staff has assembled a collection that brings together all the most important trends in contemporary ladies golf clothing. We look forward to showcasing our newest golf collection," said Leon Levin President Chic Godfrey. [... more » ]
Like the original Kingdom, the Kingdom at Reynolds Plantation is open to members of the TMaG Tour Staff to test and be fit for new equipment, or simply as a place to practice and hone their game. [... more » ]
The PGA of America is again anticipating the demand for Ryder Cup tickets will far exceed its ability to accommodate all requests. Results of the random drawing will be announced by Nov. 1, 2007. [... more » ]
Using Nike Golf equipment, Woods finished in the top five in driving accuracy, driving distance and greens in regulation. His victory also puts him into the lead in the Fed Ex Cup point standings. [... more » ]
"We have enjoyed a great run at the inaugural PGA Tour playoffs, another accomplishment in this terrific season for SeeMore on Tour," said Jim Grundberg, Managing Director of SeeMore Golf. [... more » ]
"My competitors give me a funny look when they see the ball at the beginning of a round, but after a few holes, they want to know what I am playing with and where they can get some too," said Searcy. [... more » ]
"I cannot tell you how exited I am to be able to make a formal introduction before the PGA Show in January as originally planned," said Patrick Bell, owner of Bowler & Blake Limited, of the new silk ties. [... more » ]
"This is a nice way to get the PGA Fall Expo week started - with a golf tournament and a Demo Day under the same roof," said Gerry James, PGA teaching professional at Palencia Golf Club in St. Augustine, Fla. [... more » ]
"We are very proud and excited to help raise charitable donations for a very worthy cause," said Matt Kraus, TeeTimeWatch CEO. "This program provides golf courses with a simple way to make a huge impact." [... more » ]
"The PGA of America is proud to have CoverShots," said PGA of America President Brian Whitcomb. "CoverShots has demonstrated to the golf industry that it is dedicated to innovation and quality service." [... more » ]
"In just a few short years Andy Mears has proved to be a valuable ally to ING," said Mike Jamison, executive director of the International Network of Golf, referring to the president of Player's Pass . [... more » ]
Matthew Cryer, whose victory at Alwoodley came as a consolation following his defeat in the English Amateur Championship final at Royal St George's, will be back in England colors later this month. [... more » ]
"Cutting through the information overload and certain over-hyped aspects of these popular golf vacation destinations is what our free Special Reports are all about," said David Baum, publisher of Golf Vacation Insider. [... more » ]
With the DedEx Cup winding down and the Tour Championship about to start, golf bloggers have plenty to talk about. Even Rory Sabbatini's wife has something to say about the world of golf. [... more » ]
Cleveland is no longer the Mistake by the Lake. Unless it comes to football. The Browns are still like the Titanic. But Cleveland also has great golf, fun, and restaurants like Sans Souci. [... more » ]
"Being named the 2007 PGA Golf Professional of the Year is the pinnacle of my professional career,” said Krause. “I have been very fortunate to have been able to work in a business that I truly love." [... more » ]