Golf News for Thursday, January 15, 2009
"I'm excited to be back with Cleveland and involved with the company I've had so much success with in the past," said Toms. "Eleven of my 12 wins were achieved when I was playing with Cleveland equipment." [... more » ]
From hundreds of nominations across the golf industry, Sun Mountain's ClubGlider travel bag has advanced to the final three for the Product Ingenuity award to be announced at the PGA Show. [... more » ]
"In today's market-place, it's very refreshing to see that a family-owned company like ours can continue to be a major contributor and leader in the industry," said John A. Solheim, the youngest son of the founders. [... more » ]
"I am excited to join forces with a company that has such a strong record in the sports, events and public relations domains," Tom Valdiserri said. "I look forward to contributing my experience to help grow the business in the sports and entertainment industries." [... more » ]
"We are delighted that Nigel has agreed to join our Board as a Non-Executive Group Director. This is a timely appointment," said Neil Coles, Chairman of The PGA European Tour Board of Directors. [... more » ]
By creating the ANNIKA Invitational in conjunction with the AJGA, Annika is hoping to create a one-of-a-kind event creating an opportunity for top players to compete against world class competition. [... more » ]
"I've had a problem develop with my left shoulder which is preventing me from making a full swing," Jacobsen said about the injury, which happened last week as he was hitting balls. [... more » ]
"The confirmation of Anthony Kim adds an extra sparkle to this year's Johnnie Walker Classic, as the 23 year old is one of the most exciting names in golf," David Gates, Global Brand Director for Johnnie Walker. [... more » ]
Ogilvy boasts a U.S. Open title (2006) as well as a second WGC crown (2006 Accenture Match Play Championship). In December, Ogilvy also recorded his first win in his native Australia. [... more » ]
In fact, it was a 1-2 finish for Titleist golf ball loyalists, as Davis Love III relied upon the new 2009 Pro V1x and a full bag of Titleist golf clubs for his success at the Mercedes-Benz Championship. [... more » ]
"13 straight years as #1 on Tour is a remarkable accomplishment, eclipsed only by the continued popularity among golfers wearing our products throughout the world," said Joe Zeller, President, PrideSports. [... more » ]
"Our Nicole Miller Studio Collection has been very popular since we launched it in 2005," said Karen Lovcik, CEO of Glove It. "The collection gives women a variety of prints to choose from." [... more » ]
"It's a truly classic shoe with the advanced comfort and stability that has made Ecco the brand of choice for so many top PGA Tour players," said Michael Waack, Head of Global Golf at Ecco. [... more » ]
"KemperSports is the right firm to help us preserve, protect, and enhance this wonderful community asset and ensure its economic viability," said Debra Kurita, City Manager of the City of Alameda. [... more » ]
Hitting a terrible golf shot might be the most frustrating aspect of playing golf - however, it's something that every Golfer will experience at least once a round. So although you don't want to have the mindset that you're expecting to hit a bad shot - you shouldn't be surprised when it does happen. [... more » ]
The Open Championship has a new official beer: Pilsner Urquell from the Czech Republic. This might be bad news. Drinking one of these fantastic bitter beers has a tendency to turn into two - or three - or six. We might see a lot of golfers at Turnberry this summer missing their tee time. [... more » ]