Golf News for Thursday, February 5, 2009
"These talented and discriminating players respect the innovative material design and technology, and superior performance of Fujikura shafts," said Pat McCoy, Fujikura PGA Tour Manager. [... more » ]
"True Temper shafts provide true performance benefits and we are excited the vast majority of tour pros around the world rely on our products," said Scott Hennessy, president and CEO of True Temper Sports. [... more » ]
"Golfers care deeply about the environment and are all trying to reduce their carbon footprint, " said Tower Chang, marketing director for Scuti Grips. "Until now, there has never been a "green" grip in golf." [... more » ]
With Tiger still out of commission, time is still on Phil Mickelson's side but spending a few extra hours on the practice green and better decision-making where the driver is concerned could only help get his game in gear sooner rather than later. Golf for Beginners also talks about the interesting way the mud ball flies and we pick out a few interesting celebrity quotes. [... more » ]
"Our goal was to create an event that would help energize the golf industry," said Ed Several, PGA Shows Group Vice President. "It seems the business of golf is off to a fine start for 2009," [... more » ]
"What a week!" said Bob Gotfredson, Trion:Z Co-Founder. "These great players continue to believe that Trion:Z's technology will help them reach the pinnacle of success each and every week." [... more » ]
Rosen Shingle Creek hotel and Shingle Creek Golf Club unveil two golf, lodging, dining and spa packages: the "Stay and Play" one-night package and the "Stay and Play, Dine and Unwind" two-night package. [... more » ]
"It is important for our students to get a real feel and appreciation for the hard work involved in coordinating an event as legendary as the FBR Open," said Tim Eberlein, GAA Phoenix Director and PGA Master Professional. [... more » ]
Strickland, who won both the 2005 and 2008 tournaments when they were played in Orlando, Fla., entered the final round five shots behind second-round leaders Richard Pavlasek and Chester Guzek [... more » ]
"Our company philosophy is to grow a better world through excellence in service, integrity and value," said Harrell, of Harrell's Fertilizer. "It compliments The Environmental Institute for Golf's dedication." [... more » ]
"We truly value our long-standing relationship with the Monterey Peninsula Foundation and their tremendous tournament," said C.B. Tuite, General Sales Manager, Ecco USA Golf Division. [... more » ]
"We are proud to support GCSAA and its members," said Brian Larson, R&R Products vice president. "R&R Products benefits from the recognition of being a GCSAA Silver Partner." [... more » ]
As the nation's first nonprofit organization dedicated to the management and operation of municipal golf courses, the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation has become a model for municipal golf operations nationwide. [... more » ]
A four person scramble which includes: 18 holes of golf, riding cart, food and beverages, silent auction and various prizes. All proceeds go towards the 3rd Annual City of Tampa's Clean City Day. [... more » ]
"I was first struck in the mid-1980s by the great power of the game as it relates to Special Olympic athletes. I was hooked after that," said Addis of the award that recognizes his work with the Special Olympics. [... more » ]
January 1 usually brings us to contemplate and assess the previous year and make a plan for the year to come. I have been setting written goals since 1987 and have tried a variety of methods. A couple of key things have come from this that I want to share with you. [... more » ]
The name of the game for 2009 travel is making your money stretch. I think we’re all trying to find creative ways to save a little cash so long as we all think our jobs are next on the chopping block. [... more » ]