Golf News for Friday, November 20, 2009
"Nicklaus Design is pleased and honored to win Asia's Golf Course Architect of the Year, and we want to thank everyone associated with Asian Golf Monthly," said Paul Stringer, Executive VP for Nicklaus Design. [... more » ]
"Steve's article does a great job of sharing how to get staff more involved with workplace safety education, an issue relevant to every single superintendent," said Mark D. Kuhns, GCSAA President. [... more » ]
At the announcement of the Players Cup Champion, Dan said that winning the Players Cup was his goal at the start of the season and was very proud that he was able to achieve his goal. [... more » ]
Michelle Wie's first victory at the Lorena Ochoa Invitational garnered one of the year's best LPGA Tour ratings for GOLF CHANNEL. Sunday's 0.72 final-round rating represents the second-highest-rated LPGA Tour round on GOLF CHANNEL and second-most-watched LPGA Tour telecast on any cable network this year. [... more » ]
"I am blown away by the beauty of what we have created here in Essaouira and my greatest hope is that the course increases tourism and creates jobs for the warm and gracious people of Morocco," said Player. [... more » ]
Musselburgh Old Course Golf Club, the club at the world's oldest golf course, is hosting the official Scottish Golf Heritage Festival, a golf tournament and festival celebration on July 9-12, 2010. The tournament, open to golfers worldwide, will celebrate the 150th anniversary of the first Open Champion Willie Park Senior. [... more » ]
The Champions Tour competitors really prove their worth in the tournament. Not only do they anchor the Fourball Alliance teams, but often have to carry their regular Tour partners in the Betterball Medal competition. [... more » ]
"We know this will need an educational platform to inform everyone of the merits of our PGS program, but we're determined to accomplish great things," said Bob Gaudreau, owner of boath PGS and PSS. [... more » ]
"Going through the certification process forced me to think about our golf course operation, seek ways to improve and review some ideas," said Hollingsworth, Dataw Island Club's director of golf maintenance. [... more » ]
Starting February 28th, Porter Airlines will begin non-stop service twice weekly to Myrtle Beach from Toronto. The new non-stop service makes sense for both cities. Toronto is a large market with a tremendous golf base, many of which will surely be itching to kick off the golf season a little earlier than late April or May up in Canada. [... more » ]
In "Ancestral Links: A Golf Obsession Spanning Generations," John Garrity, a respected golf writer with Sports Illustrated and Golf Magazine, embarks on a journey to remote corners of the Emerald Isle to find his family history and golfing lore all at once. His journey also takes him to Scotland, another golf mecca. [... more » ]