Golf News for Tuesday, December 8, 2009
"The hosting of a PGA Tour event is testimony to Malaysia's strong golfing heritage," said the Prime Minister, Y.A.B. Dato' Sri Mohd Najib Bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak. [... more » ]
"As a result of the great response we have had to our putters, we have built a new facility which will accommodate our growing needs," said Scott Saunders, president of Utopia Golf Products. [... more » ]
"It is a no-brainer for them to carry our product," said Keith Foley, inventor and co-founder of RoboCup. "We continue hearing that the product is moving well and selling itself." [... more » ]
"Jeff's unique abilities to excel in understanding the right products as well as the right business approach to insure customer success will enable him to build our team," said Mark Killeen, Managing Partner. [... more » ]
"We are thrilled to have Chris join Summit" said Curt Bradbury on behalf of the Board of Directors of Summit Golf Brands. "He is a proven leader with extensive apparel industry experience." [... more » ]
"With the inclusion of both Annika and The First Tee, Golfweek's Golfest 2010 is undoubtedly bigger and better than ever before," said Armand Cimaroli, Golfweek director of events. [... more » ]
The Old Time Tournament is homage to the rich and cherished history of the game of golf while one of the primary goals is to reward the seniors with a peek into the origins of one of their life's greatest passions. [... more » ]
"It will be a pleasure to share with GolfTalk Live listeners updates on my artwork and my recent special projects," said Hartough, a world-renowned golf-landscape artist. [... more » ]
"To launch our celebrity program at Pebble Beach during the 3M Celebrity Challenge is a perfect fit given the charitable history and heart of the event," said Russ Holden, Caddy For A Cure founder. [... more » ]
My recent visit to the Monterey Peninsula confirms that Pebble Beach Golf Links is still the king of golf in America, if not the world. Augusta National, home of The Masters, remains the pinnacle of places everybody wants to play before they die, but Pebble Beach remains the one place that every golfer should play (because there’s no access issue) before the fairway to Heaven beckons. [... more » ]
"How sad is it to think that no matter how steady or controlled or focused or purposeful Mr. Woods appeared while on the golf course in reality he possess the self-control of a wild dog. What of his failure to abide by the obligations and responsibilities as a man?" [... more » ]