Golf News for Thursday, July 30, 2009
"Dynamic Gold shafts are the most popular golf shaft on the PGA Tour and they continue to achieve a level of success," said Bob Montgomery, manager of global tour operations for True Temper Sports. [... more » ]
"The key is the additional weight - one ounce to be exact - all of which is re-positioned in the two rear corners to maximize stability on off-center shots," said Hireko Golf Technical Director Jeff Summitt. [... more » ]
"The PGA Fall Expo provides STX the perfect opportunity and timing to launch our new fall putters. PGA Professionals, retailers, buyers, and media will all be impressed," said STX Director of Golf Steve Henneman. [... more » ]
"The Putting Game understands the opportunity to produce better rounds and allows you to have fun and be competitive all while improving your putting," said Fred Knecht, Director of Sales & Marketing. [... more » ]
"Since golfers are bringing their cellphones onto the golf course anyway, it just makes sense for them to use their GPS-enabled phones with our golf application," said Scott Lambrecht CEO of GolfLogix, Inc. [... more » ]
"Visitors are increasingly recognizing our golf experiences which is appropriately reflected in our promise 'Kaua'i: Discover Golf's Ultimate Island Green'," said Sue Kanoho, Executive Director of the Kaua'i Visitors Bureau. [... more » ]
"We are very pleased that our partnership with Stanford University allows us to offer our guests the special opportunity to play this storied course," said Michael Casey, Managing Director of Rosewood Sand Hill. [... more » ]
"An industry career fair mutually benefits our participating companies and attending professionals who come from all over the world," said PGA Golf Exhibitions Group VP and General Manager Ed Several. [... more » ]
The featured display will trace the storied history of the PGA Championship, including its first visit to Hazeltine National Golf Club in 2002, when Rich Beem held off a late charge from Tiger Woods. [... more » ]
"Managing golf facilities, Billy Casper Golf is heavily in the staffing business," said Barongan. "It's imperative to give employees the proper training, motivation and back-of-the house support." [... more » ]
"We have been blessed with the history and guidance which led us to this place, this time, and this land," said CDA Casino Resort Hotel CEO David Lasarte-Meeks, a Coeur d'Alene tribal member. [... more » ]
"This scholarship is a fitting tribute to its namesake. Paul Runyan was one of our Association's finest examples of a multi-talented PGA Professional," said PGA of America President Jim Remy. [... more » ]
"We're tremendously excited about this tournament at Wentworth Hills, and we couldn't be more pleased to have Jim Rice as our host," said Jay Sapovits, managing director of Wentworth Hills Golf Club. [... more » ]
There’s talk that Via Rail will start offering organized golf packages. With stops in Jasper and Kamloops along the way from Edmonton to Vancouver, it could make for a very unique experience. [... more » ]
Just when Old Tom Watson was trying to convince so many of us that maybe, just maybe, the best was yet to come, Cink goes out and demolishes our withering dreams of future glory. Time marches on, I suppose. But it was still a shame to see it parade by without pausing one final step for an old-timer’s sake. [... more » ]