Golf News for Wednesday, October 28, 2009
"With the help of retailers like these we will reach more golfers with our preventative product and do our bit to combat crime," said Matt Gilewicz, inventor and Managing Director of Pro Defender Series. [... more » ]
"Quite apart from their creative flair, Piranha Golf was singularly impressed that Fifty-Eight Advertising offered to work up some concepts for us, obligation free" said Andy Snook, CEO of Piranha Golf USA. [... more » ]
"The addition of Rhia to our team further positions Tom Hoch Design for both domestic and international growth in a variety of sectors," said Tom Hoch, president of Tom Hoch Design. [... more » ]
"This shoe is perfect for golfers who want superior performance on the course and the stylish versatility of a street shoe for everyday use," said C.B. Tuite, General Sales Manager, ECCO USA Golf Division. [... more » ]
"Earning this patent award is a gratifying milestone for Sumi-G," said Marius Kvinge, Chief Executive Officer of Sumi-G. "We knew we had something unique and it deserves to be protected." [... more » ]
"We are pleased to have the opportunity to share our exciting technology with attendees at the Ontario PGA Golf Merchandise Show," said Henri Johnson, CEO of EDH, maker of FlightScope. [... more » ]
"With its modern layout and captivating views, Jack Frost National provides all the features golfers desire in a mountain course," said Carl Wilgus, President and CEO of the PMVB. [... more » ]
"It is no surprise to us that the Masters GC Ladies winner uses three of the Fourteen wedges. They provide her with the exactness and precision she needs from a 100 yards in," said Fourteen Golf COO Marcy Kamoda. [... more » ]
Kodak Challenge Hole #16 at the Frys.Com Open delivered great action, including two hole-in-ones, as leader, Kevin Streelman led a host of Kodak Challenge contenders in battling the par 3 211-yard hole at Grayhawk Golf Club. [... more » ]
Private clubs all over, not just in Michigan are struggling to stay afloat. I think one of the main reasons is that the younger generation moves around a lot, so we’re not going to pay a $10,000-40,000 initiation fee to a place that we might move away from a few years later. [... more » ]
Did you hear the one about the golfer who went to retrieve a golf ball and lost an arm? Sounds pretty funny, doesn’t it? I’m guessing 77-year-old James Wiencek can’t laugh about it, although he probably realizes he is lucky to be alive. I’m sure someone his age never thought that an alligator attack might spell the end, but it nearly did. [... more » ]