Golf News for Thursday, October 29, 2009
"We are very excited to see hit record numbers last month and remain the #1 golf centric Web site out there for the past six months," said Gene Pizzolato, Golf Channel chief revenue and marketing officer and chief operating officer for Golf Channel New Media Ventures. [... more » ]
"True Temper congratulates the top 25 Nationwide Tour players, and we look forward to continuing our relationships with them on the PGA Tour next year," said Scott Hennessy, president and CEO of True Temper Sports. [... more » ]
"This sales team is the most well-versed in the business in terms of their complete knowledge of all aspects of technical outerwear, which is, of course, what Sunice is all about," said Mark Fletcher, President of Sunice. [... more » ]
"I think anytime you win a golf tournament and go back to that same event, it gives you confidence or a feeling that you can play well," said defending champion Kirk Hanefeld. "I will hopefully bring that confidence with me." [... more » ]
Headlining the boys on the Rolex Junior All-America First Team is Jordan Spieth. A two-time first-team selection, Spieth ascended to the No. 1 spot in the Polo Golf Rankings after winning the U.S. Junior Amateur. [... more » ]
"To be ranked among the best golf instructors in the country is a tremendous honor that is also a tribute to the collective brilliance of the entire team at the PGA Center," said Hallett, a PGA Certified Professional in Instruction. [... more » ]
"What the Olympic approval means is that every developing golf territory would have support from both the government side and the sporting infrastructure," said PGA of America Chief Executive Officer Joe Steranka. [... more » ]
Together with other speakers and participants at the European Golf Course Owners Association-organised conference, we will try to define The Next Step; From Change To Opportunity - the theme of the conference. [... more » ]
"The McGladrey Team Championship is all about teamwork," said RSM McGladrey President C.E. Andrews. "That spirit of teamwork led us to name the Special Olympics golf program the official charity of our Championship." [... more » ]
The LPGA didn’t need a figurehead (as some have suggested earlier this year). It needed somebody who was willing to go to work and somebody who can figure out how to market a product. Whan’s track record suggests he could be the guy. Time will tell. [... more » ]
I've always had a saying about the "is ____ a sport?" argument: If you can smoke or eat a hot dog while doing it, it's probably not a sport. I think it's finally time to add "Tweeting" to that list as well. [... more » ]