Golf News for Friday, March 13, 2009
When the duo takes it to the golf course, the confidence Barkley gained on the range translates to trash talk, which doesn't slip the notice of Haney. "I can go from basket case to cocky in zero to 60," said Barkley. [... more » ]
Mark O'Meara's 10-member Isleworth team will be highlighted by 14-time major winner Tiger Woods while Ernie Els' Lake Nona squad will feature 2008 Masters champion Trevor Immelman. [... more » ]
"This is truly a championship-caliber golf course, and you will not find three more challenging starting golf holes anywhere in Florida," said Jim McLean, acclaimed golf instructor and now golf course designer. [... more » ]
"We're honored to have Clearwater Bay as our first completed project on Hainan Island," said Lee Schmidt, founding partner. "Blessed with an idyllic setting, we routed a flowing, natural golf course." [... more » ]
"With the launch of both the Tour AD YSQ in 2008 and the Tour AD YSQst in 2009, we have seen the interest in our shafts increase significantly," said Tim Gillis, vice president, sales & marketing, Graphite Design. [... more » ]
"ProLink is a great way to deliver added value to our guests and differentiate our course from area competitors," said Michael Chen, Golf Operations Manager at Broken Arrow Golf Club. [... more » ]
Dye will speak at the Opening Night Golf Business Expo and Reception, enlightening and entertaining attendees regarding his incredible career, which includes a brand new test at French Lick. [... more » ]
"This is a perfect example of how serious PGA Sections are about using Play Golf America to help increase participation in the game," said Ron Stepanek, Director of Player Development for The PGA of America. [... more » ]
"Both Charlie and Jason worked their tails off this past week, both in the fitness trailer and on the course," said PGA Tour Coach JoeyDiovisalvi. "I am extremely happy to see their efforts pay off with top ten finishes." [... more » ]
"The Center will serve as a research and development laboratory for the study of achieving greater performance in golf for every level of player," said Joe Steranka, PGA of America Chief Executive Officer. [... more » ]
"We established different levels of membership as part of our continuing effort to professionalize the golf building industry," said Paul Foley, Golf Course Builders Association of America Executive Director. [... more » ]
"We look forward to bringing the best of women's golf to San Diego this fall," said LPGA Commissioner Carolyn F. Bivens. "It has long been our mission to provide our players with the world's best venues." [... more » ]
"Being a leader means accepting responsibility for environmental stewardship -- a role that Aquatrols takes very seriously," said Tracy Jarman, Aquatrols Corporation President and Chief Executive Officer. [... more » ]
"Jaime has been such a good friend to The Institute and this contribution is greatly appreciated," said World Golf Hall of Fame member Greg Norman, Institute trustee and chairman of its Advisory Council. [... more » ]
Like many of you golfers out there, I've never had a hole-in-one. A couple of close calls, but no ace for your ol' pal Bill. And while I never let that bother me, after reading a story out of Florida, I now feel like a complete and utter failure. [... more » ]
Listed by increasing level of stupidity, here are three LPGA rules currently in place ... [... more » ]