Golf News for Monday, June 2, 2008
June is the American Express Women's Golf Month. Host Dave Berner and PGA Professional Suzy Whaley discuss how women can join the game. Hall of Famer Carol Mann talks about winning the PGA's 2008 First Lady of Golf Award. Also: Preventing back injuries through proper stretching, and gift ideas for Father's Day. [... more » ]
"I feel really great, and I don't have to worry about (ADT) points anymore, so that means a lot, so no pressure anymore. That's good for me,” said Lee who posted a final-round 5-under-par 67 to tie Karrie Webb and force a playoff. [... more » ]
"The participants in this competition will all get a chance to have a look at our training and teaching aids and understand the benefits of using them," said Mark Officer, Managing Director of Perfectstroke. [... more » ]
"These talented and discriminating players continue to respect the superior performance engineered by Fujikura’s innovative material design and technology," saID John Hovis, Fujikura PGA Tour representative. [... more » ]
Given the option to play any golf ball they please, year after year when it matters most, the country’s best and brightest rely upon the advanced technology and superior performance of the Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x. [... more » ]
"After helping in my recovery from a back and neck injury, the biggest benefit in owning a Human Touch chair has been that it allows me to maintain my body from home." said Clark after his success at the Crowne Plaze Inviational. [... more » ]
"When we sat down and laid out the strategy for Jack Nicklaus Performance Solutions, we all knew it would involve SST PURE Shaft Alignment," said Darren May, one of the heads of Jack Nicklaus Performance Solutions. [... more » ]
"We’re dedicated to improving the golf experience through the ground-breaking technology found inside our equipment, golf balls and our Callaway Performance Centers," said George Fellows, Callaway Golf President and CEO. [... more » ]
The Summit attracts hundreds of attendees from a wide variety of disciplines including golf professionals and instructors, doctors, chiropractors and physical and personal trainers among others within and outside the golf industry. [... more » ]
"We are very proud of our professionals," said Western New York PGA Executive Director Bill Dimas. "We are one of the smallest of the 41 PGA Sections, yet to have that many professionals volunteer is a credit to our members." [... more » ]
"The Playboy Golf Scramble is about capturing the fun and sophistication of the Playboy brand and bringing it to golfers across the country," said Ajay Pathak, President of Playboy Golf. "We're thrilled to partner with Sweet Wood." [... more » ]
"I came into this Championship having played maybe 15 rounds since last fall’s Senior PGA Professional [National] Championship," said Britton, the PGA director of instruction at Twin Brooks Golf Center in Tinton Falls, N.J. [... more » ]
During the 30-minute interview, Koehler will discuss such topics as the importance of custom-fit wedges and wedge shafts. Koehler also will share his highly-respected thoughts and tips on short game play and improvement. [... more » ]
"Not only have we secured the best possible rates for NCC holders, we are also confident that our partners will offer our members the best possible service," said Rob Sutton, joint managing director of Get Noticed Ltd. [... more » ]
I've carped a lot about the sorry state of American airlines, so I owe it to one that is head and shoulders above the others. You already know who I'm talking about: Jet Blue. [... more » ]
More importantly than his win at the Memorial perhaps, Kenny Perry now stands to be among the favorites to join the U.S. team at the 2008 Ryder Cup in his home state of Kentucky. [... more » ]
"As with The PGA of America's Community Relations Program, which supports a wide variety of local charities, we are always very mindful of giving back to the community that supports us," said PGA of America President Brian Whitcomb. [... more » ]