Golf News for Friday, November 21, 2008
"Like Annika, the fragrance will be casually elegant and unpretentious. There is nothing more seductive than natural beauty," said Jon Klein, Vice President of Sales of SA Fragrances. [... more » ]
ClubGlider offers all or more of the protection and storage space of a traditional golf travel bag while eliminating the heavy lifting and constant bending required to get through the airport. [... more » ]
A specialist discount card new to the United Kingdom, the Golf Fee Card entitles the holder to up to 50% off the price of green fees at more than 2000 golf courses in 102 countries around the world. [... more » ]
"With Liberty Lake and MeadowWood, we'll have two great courses next to each other plus another super layout nearby at Hangman Valley," said Todd Harper, superintendent at Liberty Lake. [... more » ]
"CMAA's new online resource is a rich tool that will keep club managers on top of the most effective governance policies and practices in our industry." said CMAA Chief Executive Officer Jim Singerling, CCM, CEC. [... more » ]
"This is the first time there has ever been a Canada-wide study of the impact of golf and our team is looking forward to assessing the impacts of this sport," said SNG President Michael Curri. [... more » ]
"The economic situation, particularly the continued decline in the housing market, has and will continue to suppress golf course development activity in the U.S," said Joe Beditz, NGF president and CEO. [... more » ]
In this week's podcast, host Dave Berner talks to TravelGolf.com's Brandon Tucker about golf in Morocco. With Annika Sorenstam's final LPGA Tour event this week, Lorena Ochoa talks about her legacy. [... more » ]
"Our goal for Women's Golf Month is to increase the percentage of women playing this great game and to have them discover the fun to be had," said Anne Lyndrup, Director of Player Development, NGCOA. [... more » ]
"We are pleased to renew our sponsorship with Golf Retirement Plus," said Etonic CEO Tom Elwell. "The PGA Professional has been an integral part of Etonic's success for more than six decades." [... more » ]
"We have a wealth of information that we can share with superintendents," said Bill Rose, Tee-2-Green Inc. "The new site allows us to make all of that information available in an easy-to-use resource tool." [... more » ]
"When we open the doors, we will be the fourth largest golf museum in the country," said Reid Meyers, chairman of the non-profit Municipal Golf Association-San Antonio, which is overseeing the project. [... more » ]
Called by some the "Academy Awards of the golf industry," the ING Industry Honors program is conducted by the non-profit International Network Of Golf to recognize outstanding achievement. [... more » ]
"Chris Flynn is well deserving of this honor, as his contributions to Grande Pines Golf Club have truly enhanced the golf experience," said Bill Nault, Vice President of Marriott Golf. [... more » ]
It's official (pretty much). Donald Trump’s $1.5 billion golf resort has been given the green light by Scotland’s national finance secretary. After being thwarted by local Aberdeen environmentalists and officials last year, it appears the economic benefits of the resort were far too great. [... more » ]
When asked why it should be the taxpayers who foot the bill for the persimmon bailout, Fed Secretary Henry Paulson simply pointed to the back of the room, where sat a half-dozen of his closest friends and colleagues, former persimmon driver makers, all wearing plus-fours, metal spikes, tweed sportcoats and short ties, gripping gutta perchas and weeping softly. [... more » ]