Golf News for Tuesday, July 29, 2008
Host Dave Berner talks to Chris Baldwin about natural golf in Minnesota. Part two of Brandon Tucker on golf in Germany. And, how did Will Ferrell feel about accepting Tiger Woods' ESPY award? "Shut up. I ask the questions around here. I'm Tiger Woods." [... more » ]
"This week, 33 of 36 players who finished in the top 30 positions used Golf Pride grips on the majority of clubs in their bag, which is a strong testament," said Jeff Fiorini, general manager for Eaton’s Golf Grip Division. [... more » ]
"Hireko focused on squeezing out more performance by eliminating weight were it wasn’t needed and strategically placing it where it would yield the optimum results for the average golfer," said Jeff Summitt, Technical Director. [... more » ]
"The new Proforce AXIVCore shaft provides amazing stability and instills players with a feeling of confidence that enables them to hit more fairways," said Jim McIntosh, tour representative for UST. [... more » ]
Trusting Titleist equipment from tee-to-green, including the Pro V1x golf ball, new 909 driver and ZM irons, Reavie has all the tools and talent to perform and win at the game’s highest level, proving it at the Canadian Open. [... more » ]
The Donna putter was used by the winner of the Inteco Russian Open Golf Championship. His solid putting down the stretch earned him a two-shot victory and Yes! Golf's second win on the European Tour this year. [... more » ]
"I guarantee you that 60 years ago the players wish they had this the ability to have someone to work on them. It's been a huge plus for the game of golf having this at tournaments," said Norman. [... more » ]
"It will enable our E-PAR solution to audit and certify golf courses. This will mean we can not only calculate their CO2 emissions but we can also calculate their carbon offsets or credits," said Terry Muir, Managing Director. [... more » ]
"The fallacy of other studies is that they typically rely on estimated data for the actual number of holes in one made. This study avoids such conjecture," said Greg Esterhai, the President of US Hole In One. [... more » ]
PGA Professionals and golf retailers from around the country will test the latest equipment and accessories; play in an industry tournament and network with peers at the award-winning Badlands Golf Club in Las Vegas. [... more » ]
"This event was truly one of the best. The venue was fabulous, the tournament was well coordinated with the club and the gift bag was so thoughtfully organized," said Charles Sullivan, Overtoun Holdings, Inc. [... more » ]
"With the new arrangement with Blue Green, card holders now have the chance to play some of the best golf courses not just around Paris but across the whole of France," said Rob Sutton, joint-managing director of Get Noticed Ltd. [... more » ]
"Steve George has shown great leadership qualities in his previous positions and I am thrilled that he is serving as the new General Manager for Pine Hill," said Rudy Virga, Director of Operations, Empire Golf Management. [... more » ]
"We’ve made our par 3s longer and tougher, narrowed the fairways, and really paid attention to the landing areas,” said Cook, recognized as a master greenkeeper by both U.S. and British golf associations. [... more » ]
Annika Sorenstam is preparing for her last major, with this week's Ricoh Women's British Open at the Sunningdale Golf Club in Sunningdale, England. Sorenstam says her next goal is to start a family. [... more » ]
Barney Adams takes you through a chronology of his failures and successes as a businessman, reminding you at every step of his unquenchable and inextinguishable passion for the golf club industry. At every step he unveils the human side of the biz, often forgotten, ignored, or camouflaged. [... more » ]