Golf News for Thursday, October 22, 2009
"We're excited," said The Golf Wish's President Marilyn Harris. "By offering high tech shirts in addition to our already popular gift cards, we're giving our customers more ways to give the gift of golf." [... more » ]
"With his proven record of successfully introducing products into sports markets and channels, he is an ideal fit for our company's long-term global sales and marketing goals," said Ray Lucas VP of global sales and marketing. [... more » ]
"Each day, our staff lives up to the Billy Casper Golf mantra of providing personal attention to guests and pristine course conditions," said Mark Wesolek, General Manager at Bay Creek Resort & Club. [... more » ]
"In many ways I like my clients to get the Readers' Choice Awards more than I like awards from the 'intelligentsia' of golf design," said Brauer, who is the principal of Arlington, Texas-based GolfScapes, Inc. [... more » ]
"The Glenlivet and golf have a storied history together, and our partnership with World Golf Tour elevates the way our enthusiasts enjoy these pastimes," said Ron Zussman, brand director for The Glenlivet. [... more » ]
Two presentations highlight the trend of the future and market development, providing essential information for golf course owners who are confronted with declining numbers of rounds played and an economic downturn. [... more » ]
"This is a great chance for juniors to get involved in the game and develop their skills in a friendly competitive setting," said Beth Murphy, General Manager of SouthWood Golf Club in Tallahassee, Florida. [... more » ]
"Better golf is as close as the golfer's own body and mind. People deserve more immediate and sustainable results for all their passion, effort and expense," said Zimron, an LPGA Pro and Aikido Master. [... more » ]
"To know that International Pairs will be seen by hundreds of millions of people in Asia is huge news for the competition," said Ross Honey, managing director of International Pairs. [... more » ]
It was obvious that Cink, Yang, Cabrera and Glover were seriously competing this week, and the crowds seem to appreciate that. Perhaps it was because a $600,000 first prize means more to players who aren’t used to cashing in the really big checks all the time. Perhaps it was because they’re just wired that way. Whatever the reason, they were grinding it out in Bermuda. This wasn’t just another silly season event. [... more » ]
Machrihanish Dunes is one of Scotland’s most talked about new golf courses this year. Over on, we just published the most thorough review of the new course to date. For those who have yet to make the trip down to out-of-the-way Campbeltown, this is a great primer on what to expect. [... more » ]