Golf News for Monday, October 19, 2009
"We're looking forward to having these great players on the course, and I believe that the wind will play a major role in Port Royal's defense," said Andrew Brooks, Director of Golf at Bermuda's Port Royal. [... more » ]
"We are delighted to be given the recognition we deserve, and my thanks goes out to the inspectors representing Golf World magazine," said Henry Martinet, manager at Golf du Medoc Hotel & Spa. [... more » ]
"It's a real honor to be a part of a club and course that have so much history. Bear Creek Golf Club is entering an exciting phase of rebuilding its reputation," said Max Anderson, GM of the club. [... more » ]
"The ADT Skills Challenge has the flexibility to bring an innovative format like the 'Reverse Scramble' to the competition," said Jon Miller, Executive VP of NBC Sports, which owns and operates the event. [... more » ]
"Just when you think the season is about to wind down your schedule fills up like never before. The tour season had just come to a close and I was looking for a little time to regroup," said Coombe. [... more » ]
"The spring 2010 line is a reflection of this philosophy with performance fabrics used," said Jeff Waller, director of sales, Ahead. "Complemented by great styles and colors for the season." [... more » ]
"The world's best players choose Club Glove because our bags outperform everything else on the market," said company founder Jeff Herold. "This isn't about paying someone to endorse our line." [... more » ]
"It encompasses the core elements of Scotland's golf industry from tour operators to the golf courses themselves, and everything in- between," said Nick Hunter, Chairman of Golf Tourism Scotland. [... more » ]
"We really wanted to do well and to actually win is just incredible. It's a great tournament," said Marilyne Cadieux."We didn't know how well we were doing in the second round but we didn't want to know." [... more » ]
In preparation for the 2010 Open Championship, a new tee will be built about 35 yards behind the current tee box on the famous 17th, which requires a drive over the storage shed of the Old Course Hotel. Now pros will have to pick out a new target line on the shed from the new tee and will face a more dangerous approach shot into the green. [... more » ]
Antigua's bamboo fabric not only pulled the sweat off of me during a recent humid round in which I carried my bag for 18 hilly holes. It also allowed the moisture to escape; within a half hour, the shirt felt quite dry and not in the least clammy. [... more » ]