Golf News for Monday, November 17, 2008
An eclectic foursome of two musicians and two professional golfers will visit to the "Golf Capital of the World" to complete their ultimate golf vacation when Road Trip: Myrtle Beach returns to Golf Channel to complete its first season on Tuesday (Nov. 18) at 7:30 p.m. ET. [... more » ]
"We are reopening with new luxurious accommodations and amenities of the highest caliber, a revitalized golf course with new clubhouse," said Jon Gersonde, Mauna Kea Beach Hotel's new general manager. [... more » ]
"It is a tremendous honor to receive this designation, which firmly establishes Addison as one of the country's top fine dining destinations," said Tom Voss, president of Manchester Grand Resorts. [... more » ]
"To ensure peak performance, we went to great strides to provide consistency in both the groove width and depth", said Jeff Summitt, technical director. "The scorelines are CNC milled to USGA conforming U-grooves." [... more » ]
"I wish I'd been in contention to win the tournament," Ochoa said. "But this has been a week where I've learned a lot, both as a player and a tournament hostess. I think that the upcoming events will be easier." [... more » ]
"I believe that this year will be much better than 2007. Liang has more power in his game now. He has also gained a lot of experience in the past year after playing in the Majors," said golfer Zhang Lian-wei. [... more » ]
Tomahawx takes an innovative approach to the "point" of the tee. Utilizing a quarter-round tapered knife-edge which allows typical vertical insertion but enables horizontal post-impact rotation at ground level pivot point [... more » ]
"We are extremely pleased to welcome Chef Keith into the fold here at The Territory," said Rick Braught, developer of The Territory. "Not only is he a talented and gifted chef, but he's also a devoted husband and father." [... more » ]
"These appointments are the next in a number of steps we've taken to tighten our org chart; to streamline operations and to further align our business units," said David Wunderli, president of Ogio. [... more » ]
"This is the first program of its kind in the golf business that allows golfers to make extra cash in their spare time selling golf clubs," said Rob Altomonte, Vice President for Marketing, Hireko Golf. [... more » ]
"Most important is the quality service to our members and their guests…that along with abiding by a set of standards that are neither subjective nor arbitrary," said Steven Moses, the tour's Chief Operating Officer. [... more » ]
"Mark, George and Monroe are most deserving of the Col. John Morley Award," GCSAA President David S. Downing II, CGCS, said. "They have made outstanding and significant contributions." [... more » ]
I had the pleasure of lunch today with Jay Overton, the host professional at Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club in Palm Harbor, Fla., and one of the country’s most decorated teaching pros. He’s been at Innisbrook for 30 years, and as you might imagine, he has an old-school attitude when instructing players. [... more » ]
I’ve made it clear in previous posts how much I hate indoor golf ranges. I’ve found a better place to work on my swing this winter … in front of the Wii in my basement. [... more » ]