Golf News for Wednesday, October 21, 2009
"We're extremely proud to see that both PGA Tour players continue to show their confidence in Aldila's shaft technology to consistently perform at this level," said Stewart Bahl, Aldila's Marketing Manager. [... more » ]
"We knew we had a match with Ian Scott-Taylor when he walked the course and gave us feedback on each hole, which was a match to Joe Lee's suggestions," said The Hamlet's Green Committee Chair Carol Novarro. [... more » ]
"The women's apparel market can be finicky so we keep the collections mainstream, deliver a full fit and make the line in-stock so fill-ins are easy," said Tracy Wilson, brand director, Kate Lord [... more » ]
"By using specific breathing techniques," said Wade Pearse, owner and coach for Mental Game Technologies, "our clients have experienced almost instant reduction in the experience of nerves while golfing." [... more » ]
"The outcome was a beautifully-cast, Western lodge-style interior that members and guests continue to enjoy," said Joel Moore, owner of The Ridge at Back Brook about the new clubhouse/locker room. [... more » ]
"It is so rare to get a hole in one, but to get one on a hole with a special prize like a trip to Bermuda is awesome. I want to thank Gosling's Rum for the opportunity and for this wonderful trip," said Pineo. [... more » ]
Raleigh, N.C. eighth grader Danny Gleeson continued his exemplary play by winning his second consecutive Tarheel Golf Foundation sponsored event, the Fall Junior Classic at the new Nicklaus designed Club at 12 Oaks in Holly Springs. [... more » ]
Steve Lowery and Bo Van Pelt each carded eagles to jump up to 13-under-par. Joining them behind Streelman is Nathan Green, who birdied #16. Matt Bettencourt, scored an eagle to join the group at 12-under-par. [... more » ]
"Knetgolf's commitment to create exceptional customer experiences supports our unrivaled quality-value proposition," said Gary Shienfield, CEO of Knetgolf, pre-owned golf ball recycler and refinisher. [... more » ]
I'm not afraid to admit I love golf. I am a little bit apprehensive to admit I love shuffleboard, though. I remember playing it as a child. I haven't tried it in years, but throw me on a cruise ship in the middle of the Caribbean and I'd love to battle in a shuffleboard extravaganza. So where does that leave Sholf? [... more » ]
The King Hassan II Trophy has always been held in high esteem in Morocco, and its safe to say that with the new European Tour designation, the country will spare no expense attracting the top names in the sport to Morocco, all of whom are sure to be given the regal treatment. [... more » ]