Golf News for Tuesday, May 5, 2009
"I was drawn to Wente Vineyards because we share the same passions, fine wine, fine dining, and championship golf," said Sorenstam. "I really enjoyed the blending process with Karl, as we are both perfectionists." [... more » ]
"Events often order several different logo accessories," said Ken Shwartz, Ahead President. "It reminds the participants of the wonderful experience they had, whether they are on the course or off." [... more » ]
"Because the shaft's symmetry is maintained throughout the swing, it loads and unloads more consistently, enabling you to more reliably deliver the club head," said Stewart Bahl, Aldila's Marketing Manager. [... more » ]
"To know that our cleats helped the winner tackle the challenging layout, further authenticates the performance and reliability of our products," said John Hohman, Director of Marketing, PrideSports. [... more » ]
"The Wedge Force was under development for over a year to produce the most technologically advanced graphite wedge shaft available," said Charles Blume, owner of SK Fiber Golf. [... more » ]
Levet's win marks the 10th by Titleist golf ball players on the 2009 European Tour, compared to 4 for the nearest competitor. Fabrizio Zanotti, trusting the New Titleist Pro V1x, finished 2nd, two shots back. [... more » ]
"If you take the latest putter technology from each of the various putters out on the PGA Tour, you'll find all that technology wrapped into the NCX-RAY putters," said Stephen Marino, PGA Tour professional. [... more » ]
"A lot of our business is with automotive employees and that's the industry that's been hit hardest," said Ben Feliciano, manager of Heather Highlands. "It's just a way to try and get people's minds off it." [... more » ]
"The Pocono Mountains are flush with great golf, so visitors don't have to travel far to experience some of these incredible courses," said Carl Wilgus, President of the Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau. [... more » ]
"Over time features wear, strategies change, technology advances, competition gains, history is lost, all having some level of effect on the overall quality of a golf facility," said Robert McNeil. [... more » ]
"As a major advocate for the LPGA, we want to show fans the flavor of great golf at a major tour event," said Tom Bacon, vice president of marketing, VTech Communications. [... more » ]
"We both struggled with our games last year so it was good to come out here and show everyone how hard we have been working," said Shane Lebow. "All of the hard work and practice has really paid off." [... more » ]
"This is an exciting project because golfers can get a bargain or play a course they would never be able to otherwise," said Carolinas GCSA president and certified golf course superintendent at Pinehurst No. 2, Paul Jett. [... more » ]
"Redlands Mesa is the only true golf community that offers quality homesites and a championship 18-hole golf course," said A.J. Morris, Managing Real Estate Broker for Redlands Mesa Golf Community. [... more » ]
The new PGA Village The Bahamas will feature a Rees Jones-designed championship golf course, PGA branded Golf Cottages, clubhouse, a PGA Learning and Performance Center, PGA Historical Center and the first phase of the village. Construction has already begun and is expected to take 24 to 36 months. [... more » ]