Golf News for Friday, July 31, 2009
This one-hour special, marking its fourth consecutive year and hosted by CBS Sports announcer Bill Macatee, will also feature the 42nd PGA Professional National Championship conducted in June. [... more » ]
"We're honored The Golf Club of Florissant is our company's 100th operation, and look forward to meeting the wonderful golfers who play there regularly," said Casper, a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame. [... more » ]
"The Golf Show is a nice opportunity for us to book for fall and get a jump start on 2010. We also use the show to meet with accounts that may not go to Orlando," said Dave Richardson, director of sales for Yes! Golf. [... more » ]
Nearly 1,000 Special Olympics athletes, coaches, volunteers, plus national sports governing body officials will gather today. for Opening Ceremonies of the Special Olympics National Invitational Tournament. [... more » ]
"Even though this is my home course, in these conditions, it is very tough and you still have to play golf," said Vandeventer. "I knew anything around par and I'd be good. I just wanted to stay calm and stay relaxed." [... more » ]
"Being chosen among the best in the country is tremendous," said Doug Juhasz, General Manager of Wintonbury Hills. "We're ecstatic to cultivate an exceptional venue for competition and recreation." [... more » ]
"It is imperative that we use lumber that is harvested in a manner that will ensure an abundance of renewable forests for many generations to come," said John Hohman, Vice President of Marketing, PrideSports. [... more » ]
"There is nothing available like the Putt Reader," said Jamie Magid, Connect Infinity co-founder. "It is a great golf putting aid that reads greens effectively and helps you learn to become a much better putter." [... more » ]
"aboutGolf's customers deserve to have access to Web sites that educate and empower them to make confident purchase decisions" said Lindsay Cathers, aboutGolf's Director of Marketing. [... more » ]
"This scholarship program is a valuable benefit of GCSAA membership," said GCSAA President Mark D. Kuhns, CGCS. "GCSAA is able to provide opportunities that otherwise may not have been possible." [... more » ]
"To be able to give back and start a program at the university where you attended means a lot to me," said Kenny Perry, former Ryder Cup team member as well as a Kentucky Golf Hall of Fame member. [... more » ]
"I'm thrilled with the strides Birdies for Breast Cancer has made thus far," said Cristie Kerr, founder of the Birdies for Breast Cancer nonprofit organization. "We look forward to a successful and fun event." [... more » ]
Here’s how golf courses can implement adult swim and can keep out the slow play riff-raff without booting them off the course mid-round: set certain times during the week where it is expected you will get around in even less time than the allocated pace of play time. [... more » ]
The rewards of blogging are myriad. People often ask me which of the cornucopia of blogging perks is most rewarding: Fame? Fortune? Unimaginably hot (and numerous) groupies? [... more » ]