Golf News for Friday, September 28, 2007
The event brings together superintendents and representatives from golf courses along the East Coast to raise funds for environmental programs, including scholarships, turf research programs and education initiatives. [... more » ]
"Sophie showed tremendous perseverance, coming back from a tough Solheim Cup the previous week to record a great victory," said Jesper Thuen, the Sponsor and Event Manager for ECCO Golf. [... more » ]
"Sof-Flex combines our popular G>SOK outsole, which provides superior traction and stability with our Cushion Suspension Insole,"said Eddie French, the director of sales for Etonic Worldwide. [... more » ]
"Hunter asked us if we could create a special sunglass for him to "show his team colors" at his first appearance at the President's Cup," said John Whitney, Vice President, Product Development for Sundog Eyewear. [... more » ]
"The International Team sunglasses are a small good luck gesture that we hope will help Mike perform great in his fourth appearance in the President's Cup," said John Whitney, Sundog Eyewear VP Product Development. [... more » ]
"The goal behind any wedge we make is to provide the golfer with a club that performs consistently well from the various positions within the scoring zone," said John A. Solheim, company Chairman. [... more » ]
"His professionalism and dedication to customer service fits perfectly with the high standards of Pawleys Plantation. He is a wonderful addition to our team," said Laura Rippy, general manager for Pawleys Plantation. [... more » ]
"We are thrilled that Walter Iooss will be joining the Golf Digest team," said Jerry Tarde, Chairman and Editor-In-Chief of Golf Digest. "I am looking forward to adding his remarkable talent to the covers and pages." [... more » ]
Mason, who handles sales for the complete portfolio of Bag Boy/AMF products, is the first sales representative to be recognized as “Sales Rep of The Year” for both brands, since the awards commenced in 2003. [... more » ]
"GCSAA members are tireless in their commitment to the game and to helping others," said GCSAA President Ricky D. Heine. Nearly 200 golfers with intellectual disabilities from across the United States participated. [... more » ]
"These exercises involve what are called Hook Ups and Positive Points," said Dr. Jerry Teplitz about the techniques in his DVD. "In just two minutes you can eliminate the effects of a negative experience." [... more » ]
SMT has begun a Get a Grip program, which can stock individuals, companies, clubmakers - heck, anyone - with any number of personalized grips (even just one, if you want). For as little as $1.75/grip, you can get a grip with anything you want laser-engraved on it in just about any color. [... more » ]
Even Phil Mickelson didn't seem down with the decision to concede the putt - allowing the Internationals to slink away with a half point - until he remembered he's Faker Phil and it's Jack Nicklaus. "If it was up to me I don't know," Phil told AFP before reversing course. [... more » ]
Also on hand with Governor Rendell to show their support for the Segal Classic and Magee Rehabilitation Hospital will be NBA Hall-of -Famer Billy Cunningham and Flyers legend Bernie Parent. [... more » ]
"So seldom do we get to say 'thank you' to our soldiers for the great and important work they're undertaking," said Diana Hoffman, a customer service representative for the Standard Golf Company. [... more » ]