Golf News for Monday, July 20, 2009
Stewart Cink joins Angel Cabrera as the second Major Championship winner in 2009 to have won a Major after beginning to use the Inside Down the Line Putting Track. [... more » ]
Harmon, whose list of students includes Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els and Adam Scott, edged out Hank Haney, Tiger Woods' instructor, by only seven votes, the closest margin since Golf Digest started the ranking. [... more » ]
"We were aware that in renovating Coodham House we were acting as custodians of history and culture as well as simply redesigning a magnificent property," said Willy Findlater of CDP Architects. [... more » ]
"World class golf and Pilsner Urquell go hand in hand," said Herb Heneman, Pilsner Urquell brand director in the U.S. "A move into the virtual golf world with is a natural next step for us." [... more » ]
"I got birdies on Nos. 4, 6 and 7 so it was a good little comeback," said Fu. "No. 7 was my turning point. It was the hardest hole and I was impressed I got a birdie. I got two shots back on the other players." [... more » ]
"On No. 16 my drive went into the fairway, from there I rushed my second shot and missed the green to the right," said Feng. "My bunker shot went past the pin by 8 feet and then I dropped the putt for par." [... more » ]
"I was more nervous today going into the round," said Lim of Moorpark, California. "The wait on No. 3 got me time to step back and calm down a bit and that's when I started to play my game." [... more » ]
"I almost gave myself a heart attack on the last hole, but I managed to stick to my game plan and hang on. It feels nice to have broken through with a win," said Roets of Eikenhof, South Africa. [... more » ]
"Special Olympics, like the game of golf, provides rewarding recreational and competitive opportunities that cross boundaries of age, gender and skill levels," said PGA of America President, Jim Remy. [... more » ]
"Chad has continually served each golf facility far beyond expectations," said KemperSports CEO Steve Skinner. "His dedication to the well being and satisfaction of his members will be a great asset." [... more » ]
"It's like having a professional caddie with you before each shot and analyzing your game with a top teaching pro after every round," said Scott Lambrecht, Chief Executive Officer of GolfLogix, Inc. [... more » ]
"The PGA of America and Jack Nicklaus are proud to be able to extend Nicklaus/PGA Teaching Grants to new groups of young people throughout this country," said PGA of America President Jim Remy. [... more » ]
"We are pleased to have such an accomplished athlete and passionate advocate for breast cancer awareness come to Jersey City to lend her name and support," said Jersey City Mayor Jerramiah T. Healy. [... more » ]
"The Googie and Friends tournament is about coming together to raise funds in support of local youth programs and initiatives associated with golf," said Gary Carls, CEO of the Oakland Turfgrass Education Initiative. [... more » ]
"We hope this year's tournament will be as successful as in years past," said John Wright, Director of Golf at Wildfire Golf Club. "It is great to get the local community together to raise money for such a worthy cause." [... more » ]
Practically every local club you go to, and I’m not just talking about prestigious Open Championship clubs, they’ve got a story about Watson stopping by for a round and the pictures to prove it. I'm not sure how many clubs Watson has visited in his many visits to Scotland, but if you said "all of them," I probably wouldn’t bet otherwise. [... more » ]
In a way, I feel sorry for Stewart Cink. It’s entirely likely that he’ll never get proper credit for winning The Open Championship at Turnberry. No, he’ll always be just the guy who was waiting when Old Tom Watson finally ran out of youth serum. [... more » ]