Golf News for Friday, September 7, 2007
New and enhanced programs have resulted in widespread participation that will likely push the number of exhibitors on site over the 400 mark and the expected total attendance number to well over 4,000. [... more » ]
Members of the International Network Of Golf will have a full schedule next week as the annual two-events-in-one extravaganza – the ING Fall Forum and the PGA Fall Expo – takes place in Las Vegas, NV. [... more » ]
"Last year we had a great Fall PGA Show at Mandalay Bay; I am anticipating a larger turnout this year and look forward to showing our new Spring 2008 Collections," said Company Founder and President, Kye Power. [... more » ]
"We look forward to showing our new lines to PGA Fall Expo attendees," said Marje Helfet, CEO of Fairway Skins. "Fairway Skins gloves and pouches make great tee and tournament prizes as well as holiday gifts." [... more » ]
"In addition to our Signature Series, we’re introducing five new golf sunglasses to our core line and we’ve modified the temple branding on our most popular styles," said John Whitney, Sundog VP Product Development. [... more » ]
"Nitrogen improves fuel economy, promotes longer tire life and is friendlier to the environment than compressed air," said Mike Packer, vice president of Worldwide Sales for Club Car, explaining the move. [... more » ]
"Being the first to offer this advanced system fits perfectly with our philosophy,” said Dick Sutton, the president of Ben Sutton Golf School. "The combination gives golfers the real advantage." [... more » ]
"Eye Candy and Runway Luxe, offering more ‘sporty’ styling, are distinctly different from Spring Fling and Sweet Georgia Brown which boast a more ‘eclectic, vintage’ flair," said Linda Hipp, principal designer and founder. [... more » ]
"This is another excellent week for SeeMore," said Jim Grundberg, Managing Director of SeeMore Golf. "Our success in such heated competition with so many players continues to validate the SeeMore putting system." [... more » ]
"Christina is one of the best young players in the world and with her fun-loving attitude, she’s a great representative for the keri golf brand," said Keri Murschell, company founder and principal designer. [... more » ]
"This is a highly-regarded honor coming from a noted industry publication," said Kendall. Both were named to as "Top 50 Golf Instructors in America" in a poll of teaching professionals selected by Golf Range Magazine. [... more » ]
"The Sonartec brand stands for innovation, design quality and most important performance," said the newly appointed Mr. Tarlow. "Our fairway woods, hybrids and forged wedges have set a performance standard." [... more » ]
"Our magazine has consistently ranked as the most-valued independent trade publication among superintendents," said Dale Gardner, publisher. "This will not change with TurfNet, the Magazine." [... more » ]
More and more golf courses no longer allow players to walk, forcing them to take a cart instead. Which is fine, provided those carts are specially designed $100,000 electric stealth buggies. [... more » ]
It's a shame the Walker Cup isn't on the hearts and minds of Americans as much as it is in Europe. It's one of the great amateur matches and spotlights some of the stars of tomorrow. [... more » ]
Golf Illustrated’s Baggy Awards were awarded in three categories that included an Editor’s Choice, Outstanding Achievement and Reader’s Choice bag. The issue is currently available on newstands. [... more » ]