Golf News for Thursday, November 13, 2008
"We are certainly excited that so many golfers, including families are taking advantage of the programs that Play Golf America offers," said PGA of America President Jim Remy. [... more » ]
This week, host Dave Berner talks to's Tim McDonald about the great golf around St. Petersburg, Fla. Kiel Christianson praises Element 21's Scandium shaft. Plus, Joel Zuckerman talks about his new book on Pete Dye. [... more » ]
"The stage is set for what promises to be an exciting week at Mission Hills," said Tenniel Chu, Executive Director, Mission Hills Golf Club. "We're eager to yet again host the world's best players." [... more » ]
Chef Alfonso Obregon will oversee offerings in the resort's luxurious Lakeside Restaurant, where views of Lake Habeeb and Evitts Mountain greet diners. Sous Chef Tyler Dinteman also joins the culinary team. [... more » ]
"We are pleased to see that the majority of professional golfers on the Nationwide Tour compete with Golf Pride grips to play their best," said Jeff Fiorini, general manager for Eaton's Golf Grip Division. [... more » ]
"PowerBilt is at the forefront of 'what's next' in golf club technology," said Ross Kvinge, president of PowerBilt. "This provides real benefits to all golfers - no matter how fast they swing." [... more » ]
Under the halo of Nike's successful Xtreme Lite franchise, the Xtreme Element weighs less than four pounds and accommodates a full set of 14 clubs kept neatly in a six-way divider system. [... more » ]
"We currently have more than 250 players on all the tours. I am still amazed at its reception on the tour," said Jim Light, president and founder of Pro Line Sports, maker of the IGotcha Ready Warm-up system. [... more » ]
"The new line is a direct result of our customer's input so we're going a little deeper in some of the styles with more choices of colors and reaching out to juniors and ladies," said Andy Hydorn, president and Back 9 USA. [... more » ]
"It's always a challenge to get golfers to try something outside the accepted 'norm,' and the Epoch has opened the eyes of professionals and amateurs alike," said B.J. Maloy, Evolve Golf Founder and CEO. [... more » ]
Europe's 2002 Ryder Cup winning Captain's €64,433 first prize took his Senior Tour career earnings to €1,059,609 in just 64 tournaments and moved him to seventh on the all time money list. [... more » ]
"Our luggage delivery service is a natural fit for the LPGA, and offers today's travelers the peace-of-mind of knowing their bags and clubs are going to be safe," said Todd Kempinger, CEO of The Luggage Club. [... more » ]
"At Pilar Golf Club we have always provided the finest amenities to members and guests, and adding ProLink GPS greatly enhances our offerings," said Luisa Vara, President. [... more » ]
"As far as visiting a golfing venue and the sheer beauty of the golf course, this ranks right up there near the top of the list, if not the top of the list," said Dan Hicks, an experienced NBC golf announcer. [... more » ]
"We wanted to find a way to cut down on the amount of time it takes to receive a magazine for our international subscribers as well as offer a "green" alternative," said Steve Gomen, president Golf Fitness Magazine. [... more » ]
The Monkey wants more distance and will try anything to achieve it. The Player wants more distance also, though they focus on a PLAN that’s based on proven Results. Go ahead, be a Player! [... more » ]