Golf News for Friday, January 16, 2009
This week we not only discuss the departure of Vijay Singh but the return of both Tiger Woods and Annika Sorenstam-McGee. Wait a minute, didn’t the LPGA superstar recently retire? Also, in honor of the return of the PGA Tour to Hawaii, we offer a drill to help with the “aloha shot”. [... more » ]
"Year in and year out, one of the real benefits of attending the PGA Merchandise Show is to exchange ideas and develop new practices," said PGA President Jim Remy of Okemo Valley Golf Club in Ludlow, Vt. [... more » ]
The "You Asked For It ... You Got It!" session at the 2009 GCSAA Education Conference Feb. 4, from 3-5 p.m., in New Orleans, is presented in partnership with Gravely Turf, an Ariens Co. Brand. [... more » ]
"By combining C-Groove technology and interchangeable hosel technology you have the most advance putter in the industry," said Francis Ricci, Chief Executive Officer and president of Yes! Golf. [... more » ]
"We've consistently seen tour pros switching from traditional fairway woods to our hybrid-fairway woods because of the dependable performance and playability," said Tim Reed, VP of Research and Development. [... more » ]
"Although standard irons work extremely well with our infrared system, a very small percentage of drivers have unique shapes and materials that do not interact as well," said Russell Edens, President, Dancin' Dogg Golf. [... more » ]
"If the first quarter contracts and orders at this point are any indication of 2009 demand for GPSI' reliable products, this looks to be a continuation of our evolution," said GPSI Vice President Kevin Carpenter. [... more » ]
Jeff Sheets Golf Design is the expert in golf equipment customization. From tour caliber fittings through the custom grinding process this staff has an innovative track record in fitting and customization. [... more » ]
"Our many golf courses and resorts have evolved to meet and exceed any expectations," said Carl Wilgus, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau. [... more » ]
"Our partnerships with Sanctuary Beach Resort, Casa Munras and Embassy Suites are important to our strategy of enticing out-of-town golfers," said Dick Fitzgerald, director for Seaside Resort Development. [... more » ]
"As part of the SkyCaddie Advisory Board, Hank will help us communicate to golfers the most effective ways to utilize SkyCaddie in developing a game plan," said Richard Edmonson, CEO, SkyGolf. [... more » ]
"His educational experience, dedication to the game of golf and disciplined work ethic will surely be an asset to Dataw Island Club," said Silvia Lalinde, director of membership and marketing of Dataw Island Club. [... more » ]
"I've enjoyed my previous visits to Korea and I'm delighted to be returning to take part in the Ballantine's Championship for the first time," said Els, winner of the US Open in 1994 and 1997 and the British Open in 2002. [... more » ]
"Golf, being an outdoor pastime, is conducive to smoking cigars. If a smoker wants to light up, he can enjoy himself without worrying about offending anyone," said Steve Naples, CEO of [... more » ]
Combining championship-caliber play with spectacular panoramas all nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, The General offers stunning views of mountain peaks and emerald green fairways. [... more » ]
Not everybody can win the Masters. There’s only that select one each year. For me, golf instruction is about helping golfers win their Masters, whatever that personal goal may be. It’s a distinction that has guided in how we have developed the programming for Reynolds Golf Academy. [... more » ]
For golfers, one thing stands out about President-Elect Barack Obama - he’s not a very good golfer. For the average golfer, however, this news couldn’t be better. This is why at, we decided to honor Obama with the “Bad Golfer of the Decade” award. [... more » ]