Golf News for Thursday, October 1, 2009
When asked about his participation in the Celebrity Chef Classic, Ming Tsai, Blue Ginger and host of Simply Ming said, "I'm really excited to be combining golf and cuisine at the beautiful Ojai Valley Inn & Spa." [... more » ]
"It was exciting to see the winner of the SAS Championship claim a victory in his Champions Tour debut," said Mr. Kenzo Imamura, COO, Graphite Design. "We are pleased that he relied on our Tour AD shaft." [... more » ]
"RIP is Aldila's new shaft technology that provides a lower torque, increased tip stability and better tip stiffness control," said Stewart Bahl, Aldila's Marketing Manager. "The RIP is currently undergoing testing on the PGA Tour and is scheduled to be launched next year through some of the major OEM's product lines." [... more » ]
"There is no doubt that we have an exceptional club," said Chechessee Creek Director of Golf Franklin Newell. "Every employee of Chechessee puts forth their best effort to make the club special for our members and their guests." [... more » ]
Ballyneal Golf and Hunt Club in Holyoke, CO has been ranked the 48th best golf course in the U.S. and 83rd best in the world by Golf Magazine in its biannual ranking of the Top 100 Courses in the U.S. and the World. [... more » ]
"Adding Jim DeReuil to our corporate team will establish an important link between our individual clubs, our clients and our corporate office," said Bob Barrett, chief executive officer of Honours Golf. [... more » ]
"Tom has worked with Coach Joey D for several years and his hard work has paid off big in his debut on the Champions Tour," said Ken Pierce, President of GolfGym. "We're hoping to see him continue to play well." [... more » ]
"This new program provides owners and operators access to our partners and operational tools on a primarily incentive based compensation structure," says Steve Paris, Founding Partner of Regent Golf. [... more » ]
"Their involvement in International Pairs can only strengthen our status across the world and it is fantastic to be working with them again," said Ross Honey, managing director and founder of International Pairs. [... more » ]
My daughter’s kindergarten teacher said she’d love as many as she could get her hands on. The children’s hands are so small, and their motor skills still so raw, that short golf pencils work much better than full-sized ones in teaching them how to write. Who knew? [... more » ]
Golf in the Olympics makes absolute perfect sense. For starters, there’s no doping culture in golf and there won’t be any judging scandals like in boxing or gymnastics. And last I checked, faking passport information doesn’t give you a leg up in golf. So if China wins a medal, it will be legit (I’m still stewing over the He Kexin controversy in Beijing). [... more » ]