Golf News for Tuesday, September 9, 2008
"Golf is historically a walking sport and we're proud to work with The Crossings to encourage golfers to re-discover the health benefits and enjoyment of walking the course," said Craig Ramsbottom, president. [... more » ]
"Everyone enjoys receiving a four-star rating and we are particularly honored that our golf course and facility has achieved that level of recognition," said Dave Scott, Director of Golf at Shingle Creek Golf Club. [... more » ]
"Our participation in Las Vegas at the recent PGA Expo was very successful. The reception from owners, managers and golf professionals was invigorating," said Kevin Carpenter, GPSI Vice President. [... more » ]
Titleist was the most played golf ball at the BMW Championship with 48 player, compared to nine for the nearest competitor. Villegas' victory was the 23rd for Titleist golf ball players on the 2008 PGA Tour. [... more » ]
"Our cleat tandem of Pulsar and Black Widow continues to drive the leaderboards on tour, with PrideSports stable of products supporting our dominance," said Joe Zeller, President, PrideSports. [... more » ]
Representative of the new breed of young, powerful players on the PGA Tour, Villegas is powered by the King Cobra L4V Driver, King Cobra Speed LD Fairway Metals and King Cobra Pro CB Irons. [... more » ]
"Players competing at the highest level of the sport rely on the repeatable, pendulum stroke that added weight in the head and grip of the Heavy Putter provide," said Stephen Boccieri, President, Boccieri Golf. [... more » ]
Nike Golf athlete Toyokazu Fujishima won the Fujisankei Classic for his first career victory on the Japan Golf Tour. victory on the Japan Golf Tour. Brendon Todd won his first Nationwide Tour event at the Utah Classic. [... more » ]
The Acer XK is designed for a wide range of golfers who require the generous offset to help them square the face and hit both solid and straight shots to inspire confidence in their game. [... more » ]
After finishing second in the event in 1996 and 1997, Alfredsson hopes 2008 will signal a Samsung World Championship renaissance as she seeks to join fellow Swedes Sorenstam and Sophie Gustafson as winners. [... more » ]
"It's unbelievable and it means so much to me to have my LPGA status for next year," said Vicky Hurst, 18, who finished on top of the Tour's season money list with record single-season earnings of $93,107. [... more » ]
"We have received several calls from accounts that say once they put them out, they sell quickly because they are so unique and make for a great conversation piece," said Jeff Waller, national sales director, Ahead. [... more » ]
"Among golf schools for women, Bird Golf Academy is superior to others in large part because of the ongoing contributions of Sharon Miller," said Jay A. Ewing, co-founder of Bird Golf Academy. [... more » ]
The playoffs are much more exciting this year because players can move up or down more radically, due to the change in the way they award points. Playoffs are meant to reward strong finishers, not excellence over the long haul. That’s why they’re called playoffs. That’s why the winner gets a cool $10 million. [... more » ]
 
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