Golf News for Tuesday, September 30, 2008
"This book has been more than a year in the making," said Caleb Clarke, sales manager. "We've ended up with a definitive picture of the culinary imagination found in today's clubhouse kitchens." [... more » ]
Camilo Villegas trusted the Pro V1 to rally from a five-shot deficit to a dramatic sudden death victory. It marked Camilo's second consecutive PGA Tour win following his victory at the BMW Championship. [... more » ]
"We are so proud to have someone of Vijay's caliber playing Cleveland equipment and winning such a prestigious award," said Greg Hopkins, President and Chief Executive Officer of Cleveland Golf/Srixon. [... more » ]
"I had to make that eagle putt to have a chance of a play-off. It wasn't an easy putt – it was downhill and left to right but I just had a feeling that I was going to make it," said Taco Remkes who used a C-Groove putter. [... more » ]
"It's great to see that when the top players in the world are given a choice of shafts, they consistently choose Aldila," said Stewart Bahl, Aldila's Marketing Manager, in response to the clean sweep of events. [... more » ]
Podcast host Dave Berner talks to Shelley Meszoly of the Fairmont hotels in Bermuda, about the great golf on the island. Chris Baldwin on Donald Trump's new golf development in New Jersey. And, Western Pennsylvania is the home of Arnold Palmer - and some surprisingly good golf. [... more » ]
"Having so many of the top 30 players in the FedExCup standings already committed to our event is thrilling," said Gary Davis, chairman of the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. [... more » ]
Whitaker, of Cumming, Georgia, captured the title shooting two rounds of 76 for a 36-hole score of 152. Jewel Malick of Rockwell, Texas and Patty Kimball of Scottsdale Arizona placed second and third. [... more » ]
With the introduction of Marriott Golf Links, golfers can now earn 10 Marriott Rewards points for every dollar spent on golf instruction and golf retail merchandise purchases at Faldo Golf Institute, which has three locations. [... more » ]
"Las Vegas represents a great fit for Hot Stix," said Tom Graunke, chairman of Hot Stix Golf. "First of all, it's a very golf savvy market, which provides a solid customer base at the local level." [... more » ]
The design of the sprayer, which mounts on most Club Car utility vehicles, was based on feedback from superintendents requesting greater flexibility to use dry mix chemicals for turf maintenance. [... more » ]
"His private club background and wide range of skills will complement our team's efforts and further our mission to create a world class golf experience," said Bill Troyanoski, general manager at Saddle Creek. [... more » ]
Gold Canyon features two courses: Dinosaur Mountain with dramatic elevation changes and long fairways, and Sidewinder which snakes around the base of Dinosaur Mountain through arroyos and dry creek beds. [... more » ]
The long-drive competition has, aside from giving golf fans jaw-dropping thrills, opened up a new world stage to some equipment companies that cannot afford to get their names on PGA Tour players' bags. One such company is SMT Golf. For years, I’ve been writing about this family-owned company and the high-quality clubs it produces. [... more » ]
"It is a great cause and we hope we are able to help make a little difference in the lives of our military's families," said Ken Shwartz, CEO, Ahead. The donation amounted to $4,950 from the sale of limited edition caps. [... more » ]