Golf News for Monday, March 3, 2008
"It clearly show that discerning pros value our shafts' innovative technology and design when fitted with our clubmaker partners’ advanced products," said John Hovis, Fujikura PGA Tour representative. [... more » ]
"Right now we have over 150 Tour players and caddies wearing our eyewear on the Professional Tours…and every week that number to grow," said Steve Asman, President of Innoventions Enterprises. [... more » ]
Marking his first career win in 293 PGA starts, Gay wore Kaenon’s Variant V7 with a Copper 12 lens for its technical advantage while reading the greens. Gay made a remarkable 30-foot putt to save par on No.16 and seal the title. [... more » ]
"We are an official licensee of the LPGA Tour and several of the Tour players have contacted us requesting our headwear," said Vicky Waldorf, co-founder of Gogie Girl and the wife of PGA Tour star Duffy Waldorf. [... more » ]
The Ultimate Golf Experience allows guests to experience Bay Hill during one of the most exciting and renowned stops of the PGA Tour. The Ultimate Golf Experience can be purchased as either a two- or three-night package. [... more » ]
Golfers eager to play one of America's top new courses can now save a little green while doing so. The AAA rated Four Diamond Rosen Shingle Creek, Orlando's newest luxury hotel, is offering two annual golf packages. [... more » ]
"We are excited to begin planning for what is the first complete renovation in the history of the West Course," said Ned Graff, Director of Golf. "Our focus is to preserve and honor the legacy of the West Course." [... more » ]
Golf Datatech surveyed golfers from a database of Serious Golfers, golfers that represent roughly 80% of the golf retail purchasing market, about golf instruction, golf schools, golf training aids, golf books, videos and DVDs. [... more » ]
Drivers moved upwards due to the introduction of clubs from Callaway and Nike. Utility Clubs rose on the back of new Cobra and Cleveland Hybrids and Shoes benefited from the introduction of a large number of new lines. [... more » ]
"Companies that depend on golf for their success should be involved in promoting the game," said Phil Tralies, chairman and CEO. "Support our customers and we’ll be creating the game’s next generation of ambassadors." [... more » ]
"We are excited that Ed has decided to join our team at Rose Hill. Ed has the knowledge, the experience, and most importantly the passion to create a great golf experience at Rose Hill," said Skip Blythe, of Signature Golf Group. [... more » ]
"The strength of our clients’ performances is in part a reflection of the stellar publicity results generated by these golf-media professionals," said Rich Katz, Managing Director of Buffalo Communications. [... more » ]
Stories by Shipnuck, Mickey and Sirak gave Golf Digest Companies its sixth first-place in seven years in Non-Daily Special Projects in the Golf Writers Association of America’s annual writing contest. [... more » ]
"We’re honored that Corporate Responsibility Officer Magazine has recognized Eaton’s global sustainability and corporate responsibility leadership," said Alexander M. Cutler, Eaton chairman and chief executive officer. [... more » ]