Golf News for Monday, March 30, 2009
"I like the new (Nike Golf) VR Blades because of the consistent feel throughout the bag, how good it looks in a playing position and my workability," Tiger Woods said. "I can shape the ball both ways, change my trajectory, do whatever I need to do to hit the ball closest to the hole and be as efficient as I can throughout the round." [... more » ]
"We are passionate about golf and believe we are doing our part to help golfers of all skill levels play better golf by providing high quality golf shafts at affordable prices," said Charles Blume, owner of SK Fiber Golf. [... more » ]
"The Acer XK Draw Titanium Driver incorporates the same cutting edge technology as the new Acer XK titanium driver, with one major difference," said Hireko Golf Technical Director Jeff Summitt. [... more » ]
"Nobel Peace Prize for Hank in physics," said Roy Green, an NFL star and friend of Barkley, when he sees Charles' re-vamped swing. But things got worse before they got better when the group hit the golf course. [... more » ]
Healing the Children was able to provide many children with a new lease on life. There is more to be done, but we need your help. Whether it is by participating in the Orange County National Golf Tournament or sponsoring the event, we invite you to join us on that day to see how we are making a difference in lives of needy children. [... more » ]
Addis has devoted his entire career to the game and business of golf and making the game better for everyone. Tom is the recipient of some of golf's most prestigious national awards. [... more » ]
"These latest honors are a testament to not only Tom Fazio and his team, but to the people who make playing Fallen Oak such an unique golfing experience," said George P. Corchis, Jr., CEO of MGM Mirage's Mississippi resorts. [... more » ]
Annually, the Las Vegas Golf of Fame induction ceremony takes place in conjunction with Las Vegas' PGA Tour event, the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. [... more » ]
"David Sanderson is a well-respected and experienced resort veteran and brings a great deal of knowledge and dedication to our team at Rocky Gap Lodge & Golf Resort," said Tim Grambley, General Manager. [... more » ]
Kelli's experience includes a winning combination of financial and golf management. She spent eleven years at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, working her way up to the position of Head Golf Professional. [... more » ]
"From classic courses to modern gems, we take great pride in knowing this destination offers something for every taste," said Carl Wilgus, President and CEO of the Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau. [... more » ]
"We are thrilled that our products are being used all over the world," said Ken Pierce, president, GolfGym LLC. "We contribute our rapid rise in the international marketplace to our aggressive business measures." [... more » ]
"The Targeted Group is leading the way into a new era of interactive marketing and Mr. Beck will play an important role in our mission," said Richard Brasser, CEO The Targeted Group. [... more » ]
The Tumwater Valley Municipal Golf Course opened in 1970 and was designed by Roy Goss & Glen Proctor. They are a National Golf Foundation Voice-of-Customer Operating Model client. [... more » ]
"The goal is to get everyone talking about where they need help and where they've seen success. We're confident that the members will find some synergies," said Ed Sanchez, site organizer. [... more » ]
"There's no place like Redlands Mesa to warm up your game," said Eric Feely, Redlands Mesa's General Manager/Head Golf Pro. The course was designed by award-winning golf architect, Jim Engh. [... more » ]
I’m not always a big fan of forecaddie programs, but the one at Ritz-Carlton Golf Club at Dove Mountain near Tucson deserves kudos. Our forecaddie, Shaun DeSilva, went above and beyond in a quiet, unobtrusive manner. He was there when you needed him, at the right place at the right time, but you hardly noticed him otherwise. [... more » ] reader Carl has written to us asking for help planning his Myrtle Beach golf trip. First off Carl, you’ll be coming in late May, the beginning of the low season for golf rates, so you’ll be able to find some good value. Here’s a few courses I’d recommend in particular ... [... more » ]