Golf News for Monday, November 9, 2009
Winner of a "Best New Product" award at the Expo, Utopia Golf Products is attracting the attention of golf instructors, equipment buyers, shop owners and players who appreciate the appealing putter designs. [... more » ]
"We congratulate the winner," said Mr. Tak Yamada, VP of Sales & Marketing, Graphite Design. "We are pleased that she continues to help validate our superior shaft technology and design with her victories this year." [... more » ]
"We're very pleased to have three of the top four Charles Schwab Cup point leaders using our shafts," said Mr. Tak Yamada, VP of Sales & Marketing, Graphite Design. "This is a very prestigious program." [... more » ]
"My background is in developing resorts to their full potential and, with the quality of accommodation and golf that we have here, we are set for a bright future," Jamie Le Friec, general manager at Letham Grange. [... more » ]
"We hope that local golfers are able to experience the golf course improvements that have been made and that they will return to enjoy this wonderful community amenity," said Palm Coast City Manager Jim Landon. [... more » ]
"After many months of hard work by the Dye Designs team, The Black Pearl is rapidly maturing and coming to fruition," said Mario Toriello, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Pristine Bay Resort. [... more » ]
"The length and level of commitment from these partners and sponsors underline the significant loyalty and support that has seen the Gary Player Invitational grow," said Marc Player, CEO of Black Knight International. [... more » ]
"Our mission is to continue to provide our customers with an innovative, easy to use push cart to meet their needs on the course," said Craig Ramsbottom, President, The Bag Boy Company. [... more » ]
Skyline Country Club is again joining the Wounded Warrior Project and the Tucson Community Cares Foundation to host the fourth annual charity golf tournament, Tee It Up for the Troops. [... more » ]
"I've been blessed with successful professional golf and business careers, but I know the work I've tried to do to help underprivileged children will have a far greater impact," said Player on receiving the award. [... more » ]
A few days ago, I received an e-mail from golf author Bob Thomas’s wife, Mary Anne. She informed me that Bob had had a major stroke about 11 weeks ago. Bob is on his way to what is hoped to be a full recovery, she said, and she promised that he would be writing golf books again someday. [... more » ]