Golf News for Tuesday, November 3, 2009
"Hireko has evolved into a cutting edge Original Equipment Manufacturer and we are extremely excited to strengthen and build relationships with the trade and general public," said Gineta Lin, VP Sales, Hireko Golf. [... more » ]
"The awards earned this year are very gratifying and humbling," said Gordon Schultz, spokesman for the consortium. "Our properties work hard to offer unique, high-end golf-and-resort-lifestyle experiences." [... more » ]
"On behalf of our Board, the racing industry and Gary's many fans and followers around the world, we are extremely proud to present him with this honor," said Breeders' Cup President and CEO Greg Avioli. [... more » ]
"We are truly excited to introduce this technologically advanced grip," said Bob Lamkin, president and CEO of Lamkin Corporation. "The response among golfers who have tested the grip has been phenomenal." [... more » ]
"We created Quagmire for guys and girls like us," said Quagmire co-founder Geoff Tait. "The goal was to offer pieces that could be worn to either the bar on Friday night or the course on Saturday." [... more » ]
"The event is going to be fun, I have received text messages from friends in South Carolina saying that the North Carolina kids better be practicing," said Sam Weekes, a High School Junior from North Carolina. [... more » ]
"Taking notes from lessons and practice sessions can provide a resource to reflect on and remember the most important and vital swing keys," said George Danielson, PGA Professional and golf school owner. [... more » ]
"This year's charity total is all the more remarkable because it was achieved during difficult economic circumstances," said Clair Peterson, tournament director of the John Deere Classic. [... more » ]
On the eve of his 74th birthday and just weeks before he hosts the 10th anniversary of the Gary Player Invitational presented by Coca-Cola at Fancourt, Player declares: "I still have so much to do." [... more » ]
To test the technologies best known for the ski slopes, Columbia turned to the caddies at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort to break in their new rain gear. The caddies at Bandon Dunes see all kinds of weather on the remote Oregon coast four hours south of Columbia’s home base of Portland. [... more » ]