Golf News for Wednesday, November 4, 2009
British golfer Tony Jacklin, winner of The Open and the US Open, says: "Cuba is an ideal location for golf tournaments and has a bright future with regards to courses. The Montecristo Cup and Esencia Cup tournaments lead the way, offering a challenging and enjoyable game… plus where else can you light up a cigar and strike the ball!" [... more » ]
"The new Project X shaft is precision engineered," said Bob Montgomery, manager of tour operations for True Temper. "We could not have asked for a stronger debut than a great victory at the Volvo World Match Play." [... more » ]
"The conditions were less than ideal, with a cold, constant 20 mph headwind and we are pleased that he relied on our Tour AD shaft at this prestigious event," said Mr. Tak Yamada, VP of Sales & Marketing, Graphite Design. [... more » ]
"We congratulate Eduardo on his top finish at this event," said Marcy Kamoda, Fourteen Golf COO. "He has been a strong supporter of Fourteen Golf and we look forward to his continued success." [... more » ]
"Even for people traveling to Myrtle Beach or Hilton Head, Fayetteville is a perfect stopping-off point," said John Meroski, CEO of the Fayetteville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau. [... more » ]
"It's no coincidence the Mission Hills Golf Series Junior Tour is being announced just after golf's confirmed inclusion in the 2016 Summer Games," said Tenniel Chu, Executive Director, Mission Hills Golf Club. [... more » ]
"We're constantly looking for ways to better serve our members and social media is the best way to supply everyone with up-to-the-minute updates," said Rick Braught, who along with his wife Barbara, owns the club. [... more » ]
Coffing, a 2008 graduate of The Ohio State University, recently completed her second season as a professional on the Duramed Futures Tour. In those two years, Coffing made the cut in over 70% of her events. [... more » ]
Keynote speakers are state Sen. John Benoit, who serves on the Senate Natural Resources and Water Committee, and Tim Quinn, executive director of the Association of California Water Agencies. [... more » ]
"We're excited to bring this valuable holiday promotion to golf consumers and gift givers. Our valued retail partners have embraced the OnPar promotion," said Brian York, OnPar president and CEO. [... more » ]
So it's come to light that Doug Barron, a little known player who lost his PGA Tour card three years ago, is the first to be suspended for testing positive for a performance enhancing drug. [... more » ]