Golf News for Tuesday, October 14, 2008
"Golfers who watch this show will see other golfers facing the same obstacles as they do on the golf course," said Charlie King, Reynolds Golf Academy director, "and see that there is a way to learn skills." [... more » ]
"These wins clearly demonstrate that Fujikura shafts can be custom fit and perform for virtually any player's game, in any conditions and on any course," said David Schnider, President/COO of Fujikura. [... more » ]
"Even longtime MP loyalists are going to be blown away by the performance and enhanced feel of these new MP-62 irons," said Dick Lyons, Vice President and General Manager, Mizuno USA Golf Division. [... more » ]
Miguel Angel Jiménez, Robert Karlsson, Graeme McDowell, Lee Westwood and Oliver Wilson will all tee up in the €3,000,000 event, which will see The European Tour visit Portugal for the third time in 2008. [... more » ]
"The green trend in golf apparel is starting to gain significant momentum and when you combine that with performance, you have a winning combination," said Jeff Waller, national sales director, Ahead. [... more » ]
"Sonocaddie is already the leader in user-friendliness, and we now are introducing the lightest and most compact Golf GPS in the industry" said Sue Grover, Club Champ's V.P. of Sales and Marketing. [... more » ]
"World Golf Tour is excited to launch the ultimate online golf experience," said YuChiang Cheng, World Golf Tour CEO. "Our virtual version of The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island is second to none." [... more » ]
The Blue Shark Golf Club, a 7,200 yard, 18-hole championship course recently re-designed by Greg Norman is scheduled to open on the island of Nassau in the Bahamas in late 2008/early 2009. [... more » ]
"The game of golf cannot grow without women succeeding and enjoying the game. This means the culture of golf has to welcome women to a much greater extent," said Geoff Mangum of the PuttingZone. [... more » ]
"We believe it is important to identify and cultivate leaders who can execute the association's mission and the vision," said GCSAA President David S. Downing II, certified golf course superintendent. [... more » ]
"The Bob Jones Award going to Gordon Brewer is recognition well deserved," said Arnold Palmer. "Gordon has been a great credit to the game, both as a fine player and as a long-time supporter of amateur golf." [... more » ]
"Dan is known by his colleagues as a critical thinker and continually works to apply practical environmental management to golf," said GCSAA President David S. Downing II, CGCS. [... more » ]
Roberta Isleib’s newest series of mysteries focuses on advice-columnist Dr. Rebecca Butterman, who is led into the lives (and deaths) of her readers and others in her life. If you enjoyed Isleib's golf mysteries, her advice-column mysteries (Deadly Advice, Preaching to the Corpse, Asking for Murder) are well worth a read. [... more » ]
If you’re a fan of those all-inclusive resorts AND a golfer, you’ll want to look into the Super Club resorts in Jamaica. If you stay at one of the island’s three Super Clubs resorts - Grand Lido Braco, Grand Lido Negril or Breezes Runaway Bay - you can play at any of their owned or operated golf clubs for free. [... more » ]