Golf News for Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Daly describes himself as a 6.9 handicapper, but his 18 years as a Las Vegas resident and the fact he's "played every golf course in town, even Shadow Creek and The Wynn," will inform his blog. He'll take readers along through his writing as he golfs with fellow celebrities and interesting characters. [... more » ]
"The growing GolfTEC leadership team continues to take what was once a one-Coach Denver business and multiply our success through Corporate and Franchise locations – now including Mexico," said co-founder Joe Assell. [... more » ]
Hebert, who had pitched from 30 yards behind the green to eight feet past the flagstick, lagged to tap-in range for the victory, making him the fourth Michigan PGA Section member to win this National Championship. [... more » ]
"I’m very excited about the challenge ahead. Interest in golf in the region is growing, as it is viewed as the sport of commerce and new courses are being built all the time," said Zorol Barthley, of Golf Experience Caribbean. [... more » ]
"The course is in outstanding condition and will offer a difficult yet fair test for all competitors," said Dan Zimmer, General Manager of St. John's Golf and Country Club. "It's an honor for St. John's to be selected by the USGA to host." [... more » ]
"We’re proud of the success these professionals enjoyed while playing the Tour AD YSQ, which delivers the performance that world-class players demand," said Tim Gillis, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Graphite Design. [... more » ]
"The lake views up here are so incredible. I have such a passion for golf that we really wanted to take our time and build a course that is as stunning as its location," said Fred Couples, "It's exciting now that it's open." [... more » ]
"The Mexican market is booming and Arthur Hills has one of the most respected bodies of work in all of course architecture. Naturally, we see great potential," said Alejandro Ochoa, a principal of the Ochoa Group. [... more » ]
"We commend NGCOA and PGA for promoting an event geared to young girls," said Rick Smith, Mystic Dunes Director of Golf. "Golf is a family sport and we encourage parents to get their daughters involved at an early age." [... more » ]
"As our day-to-day work involves giving our students the most advanced golf instructions available today, we are very proud when our own instructors make news in the industry," said Brad Turner, director of the SDGA Orlando Campus. [... more » ]
"From the very beginning, we’ve wanted to ensure a family-friendly atmosphere here at The Territory," said Rick Braught, co-owner of The Territory. "From the parents to their sons and daughters, there’s something for everyone." [... more » ]
"When we decided to launch this new Green Line, we wanted to make sure that they were products that were superior in quality and design, in addition to being made of recycled materials," said Matt Hurley, VP, Standard Golf. [... more » ]
Tiger Woods has proven that he can tackle anything on a golf course. But will his body be able to keep up with his mind when it comes to chasing down Jack Nicklaus' career majors title? [... more » ]
Summertime, for golfers, should evoke thoughts of rounds of golf and reading on golf. Here are three volumes that have recently come across my desk that should stimulate your golfing summer. [... more » ]
"We want to do what we can to stand with them during their time of need, and hope our donations will facilitate the healing process." said Dr. David Chu who serves as the Chairman of the Mission Hills Group. [... more » ]
"We are thrilled to be returning to this fantastic tournament with these incredibly talented players," said Russ Holden, Caddy For A Cure program founder and CEO. The tournament itself is hosted by Tiger Woods. [... more » ]