Golf News for Tuesday, October 6, 2009
"We're very excited about our new Desert Dry™ Xtra-Lite technology," says Ron McPherson, president of Antigua. "We feel there is a consumer who will really appreciate the Desert Dry™ Xtra-Lite product and we have developed a special logo and hangtag for these garments." [... more » ]
"I am really excited!" said Stephanie, a University of Central Florida Graduate and Futures Tour standout. "I am really looking forward to going down to Daytona and competing in the finals." [... more » ]
"All of us at Arnold Palmer Design congratulate Rivers Edge on their 10th anniversary. We are very excited to hear about the re-grassing of the greens and switch to paspalum grass," said Arnold Palmer. [... more » ]
"The new greens will provide a more consistent and faster putting surface for our guests," said Poipu Bay's Director of Golf, Craig Sasada. "We look forward to this project and the anticipated results." [... more » ]
"Sycamore Hills Golf Club is thrilled to be hosting the 2010 Junior PGA Championship," said Tim Frazier, PGA head professional at Sycamore Hills Golf Club. "We are very excited." [... more » ]
"Uniquely, the awards bring together many strands of golf tourism in Scotland to recognize and celebrate the best our country has to offer," said Nick Hunter, chairman of Golf Tourism Scotland. [... more » ]
"The Carolina Cup Junior Challenge is a great event for junior golfers. The Mid Pines golf course is always in immaculate condition," said Eric Murray, of the Tarheel Golf Foundation. [... more » ]
"She is one of the great players in the history of the game, making her support of the work of our members even more meaningful and impactful," said Mark D. Kuhns, President of the GCSAA. [... more » ]
"I am deeply honored to have been nominated to be president of the United States Golf Association," said Hyler. "I love the game of golf and greatly respect its rich history and traditions." [... more » ]
After my first day back in Ireland since the spring of 2007, I’m already convinced that early October is a much better time to take a golf trip than the first half of March. For starters, I actually see golfers out and about here at Doonbeg, taking advantage of an un-Irish-like calm, sunny day where I was in short sleeves a full 18 holes. [... more » ]