Golf News for Friday, March 14, 2008
The Small Groups Topics Breakfast is just one element of an action-packed ING schedule.The impressive ING Spring Conference schedule includes several educational, motivational and business-improvement sessions. [... more » ]
"We are very excited to take our advertising campaign for 2008 to the next level," said Francis Ricci, CEO and President, Yes! Golf. "Advertising is only one component of our overall marketing program, however." [... more » ]
"We are delighted to have TaylorMade adidas Golf as the official golf equipment and apparel supplier of the RCGA," said Craig Sharp, RCGA Managing Director of Sales, Marketing and Communications. [... more » ]
Coastal Pines is an 18 hole, public golf club and one of the premier golf courses in Southeast Georgia. They offer the best in equipment and apparel in their fully stocked pro shop and provide a full service snack bar. [... more » ]
"His extensive experience as a proven leader in the apparel, and golf-apparel industries truly strengthens our company by giving us a strong, seasoned expert," said Paul Clark, CEO of Summit Golf Brands. [... more » ]
"Since being named captain, this is the most excited I’ve been about The Solheim Cup. This means things are starting to get rolling; I have my team in place and we’re ready to go," said team U.S. team captain Beth Daniel. [... more » ]
"The children who will benefit from the Screaming Eagle Pro-am will enjoy a week of lessons and fun as well as learn a set of positive values and traditions," said Dick Horton, president, Tennessee Golf Foundation. [... more » ]
The Shaft Stabilizer improves swing consistency by optimizing the MOI of the butt end of the club to maximize inertial stability. The improvement in swing consistency equates to more ball strikes with the club head’s sweet spot. [... more » ]
"Lake Toxaway members travel the world and play the finest facilities, so we hope to create something very satisfying and rewarding for them," said Kris Spence, noted golf course architect in charge of the project. [... more » ]
"This commemorative license plate provides Kentuckians with the opportunity to display their pride in hosting this match," said PGA of America CEO Joe Steranka. Kentucky First Tee receives ten dollars from each sale. [... more » ]
"Precedent i2 builds on what made Precedent a revolutionary golf car and makes it an even more reliable, better performing car for the course owner/operator and golfer," said Phil Tralies, chairman and CEO. [... more » ]
"While the pros we see in the spa know all about stretching after any physical exertion, it’s an invaluable lesson for most of our students," said Charles Wise, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Fitness Supervisor. [... more » ]
Chris DiMarco said his renewed golf swing is all in the butt. As in, sticking it out. "My wife said, 'you used to stick your butt out like you were wearing a dress,'" DiMarco told the media after he fired a 68 in the first round at the Ballantine’s Championship. [... more » ]