Golf News for Friday, October 17, 2008
"Padraig's outstanding performance has earned him this honor and we couldn't be happier that our equipment has played such an important role," said Tim Clarke, General Manager, Wilson Golf. [... more » ]
"We salute this great player on his fourth Tour win where his outstanding putting rounds helped him surge to victory," said Jim Grundberg, Co-Owner and Managing Director of SeeMore Putter Company. [... more » ]
"Zach continues to affirm his position among the world's elite players," said designer Ralph Dunning. "He enjoys the benefits of our proprietary fabric technologies combined with distinctive country club prep styling." [... more » ]
"Our club pros made it clear that they wanted something deluxe but aesthetically clean, so their own logo would jump out. They wanted an Ogio bag," said Cal Harris, Ogio's national golf sales manager. [... more » ]
"This Tour has been growing each year and with LoudMouth as a sponsor this year, the numbers continue to rise with more PGA Tour players entering the field," said Tour Commissioner Dave Damesworth. [... more » ]
No fewer than 53 tournaments will be played on the inaugural Race to Dubai on The 38th European Tour International Schedule which will visit 26 destinations before reaching a thrilling crescendo. [... more » ]
"With the Asian Tour scheduled to visit Europe for the first time in 2009, I believe it will pave the way for our Tour and playing members to enjoy greater achievements," said Asian Tour Executive Chairman Kyi Hla Han. [... more » ]
"The Pine Lakes clubhouse will take residents and guests back to the Jazz and Great Gatsby era when the club was the place to gather in Myrtle Beach," said Tom Fous, vice president/senior project manager. [... more » ]
"We hope that the experience of playing the putting course will increase visitors' appreciation for golfers of the past and their skills," said Rand Jerris, director of the United States Golf Association Museum. [... more » ]
Liz Clark and her newfound Kiwi friends bring to life what it's like to play a round on rural golf courses just for the love of the game, and to play on specially-designed courses to suit casual as well as competitive play. [... more » ]
"Mike Francis has been an effective leader within Nike Golf," said Cindy Davis, Nike Golf President. "Stan's leadership in our club and ball categories has resulted in numerous important product innovations." [... more » ]
"Club performance technicians must know and understand the performance specifications of all the different shafts that are available," said Ed Mitchell, President of Mitchell Golf Equipment Institute. [... more » ]
The goal is to provide students with a broader view of the golf course industry and help them learn about golf course maintenance through a hands-on perspective by joining with Green Section agronomists. [... more » ]
"We are absolutely delighted with the addition of the Apple iPhone platform to our PDA line-up." said Frank DeBenedetti, founder of GolfTraxx. The GolfTraxx iPhone edition is fully integrated with the GolfTraxx database. [... more » ]
As I’m sure is the case with most of my colleagues, I often receive emails and IMs from friends asking for golf trip advice. I may as well share my answers with everyone since what I’d tell my aunt is the same I’d tell you. [... more » ]
Hershey, Pennsylvania is Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, except for real. I happen to be a choco-holic, and I knew I was where I should be when I drove down Chocolate Avenue. Seriously. The golf isn’t bad, either. [... more » ]