Golf News for Friday, December 11, 2009
"The experience of Celtic Manor and its championship golf is exhilarating," says Rich Katz, Managing Director of Buffalo. "We're excited to partner with Celtic Manor to cement its 'preferred-destination' status and advance revenue goals - before, during and after the Ryder Cup." [... more » ]
"Our new sales reps will place our footwear collections in select pro shops, green-grass retailers, sporting good stores and other golf retail outlets," said Steve Mann, founder, president and CEO of Dawgs Golf. [... more » ]
"We have seen tremendous success with the product from day one within our stores," said Rachel Hisel, Buyer for Puetz Golf. "The style and convenience of the R21 is unparalleled in the way of towels." [... more » ]
"America's Best New Courses of 2009 are all about old school. All four winners were designed by senior golfers with decades of experience," said Ron Whitten, Golf Digest Senior Editor, Architecture. [... more » ]
"All of us at Pound Ridge Golf Club appreciate that Golf Digest has recognized our Pete Dye course as one of the very best new designs in the country," said Pound Ridge Golf Club owner Ken Wang. [... more » ]
"The golf show is an excellent opportunity for us to showcase our company and product offerings to golf buyers," said Karen Lovcik, CEO of Glove It. "This is always a very busy show for us." [... more » ]
"It's the biggest promotional offer we've ever had,'' said Eidolon Golf President and Founder Terry Koehler. "It's also a way of thanking all of those who have purchased Eidolon wedges before." [... more » ]
"His golf industry experience and worldwide relationships will prove invaluable to PGTV, and enable us to accelerate the development of our business model," said PGTV Founder and CEO Robert Bondonno. [... more » ]
"We sincerely thank these golf courses and centers for allowing Fourteen Golf to host demo days. It really helps us create brand awareness," said Fourteen Golf COO Marcy Kamoda. [... more » ]
"The goals of the Colorado Golf Carbon Project align with the environmental efforts of GCSAA and the EIFG to work collaboratively with the golf course industry," said Mark J. Woodward, CGCS CEO at GCSAA. [... more » ]
With golf under the microscope for its impact on the environment, especially in parts of the world where water isn’t abundant like in the Valley of the Sun, I’ll be interested to see if Waste Management promotes the many positive strides golf has made in recent years to become eco-friendly. It’s a battle the golf industry must win, but is still getting black eyes from time to time. [... more » ]
Just as winning the lottery becomes a smaller pot when more than one person has a vested interest in the ticket, so these ladies will have to hustle to cut the best deal. Perhaps these ladies should consolidate their positions and contribute to one blockbuster book. [... more » ]