Golf News for Tuesday, July 7, 2009
The Marriott International Family Golf Festival invites families to Marriott's Grande Pines/Faldo Golf Institute for an afternoon of free golf instruction, clinics, fun activities, interactive golf games and family golf programs. [... more » ]
Despite playing as the 7th most difficult hole of the AT&T National tournament, a large group of pros took advantage of hole # 18 at Congressional Country Club to move closer to the lead. [... more » ]
Hot seminar topics include steps to surviving the economy and the "greening" of golf and five-star customer service. Seminars will take place directly on the Show floor within multiple new education stages. [... more » ]
"The site at Thracian Cliffs reminds me of Pebble Beach and I expect the golf course to be just as dramatic," said Player, who on July 17th will be making his fifth visit to the project in Bulgaria. [... more » ]
"I have been a huge fan of the Open Championship since I was a small boy, and it seemed logical to start doing 'golf and claret' breaks for our visitors," said Henry Martinet, manager at Golf du Medoc. [... more » ]
According to PGA Partners Member, Tim Billingsley, Columbiana, AL, "It is great to have club distances or swing-tip reminders on the shaft. They helped me pick the appropriate club and concentrate on my swing." [... more » ]
"We've been fortunate to bring on territory owners with a variety of backgrounds into the TGA model," added Joshua Jacobs, CEO of the California based company. "The Greensboro team is particularly unique." [... more » ]
Perry shot 141 (3-under par) at Carolina Trace Country Club (Lake Course) in Sanford, NC to take medalist honors and qualify to play in the U.S. Women's Open at Saucon Valley Country Club in Bethlehem, PA. [... more » ]
Having achieved CGIA status, Salisbury is heavily involved in the analysis and maintenance of turf irrigation water use specific to the unique conditions found at the 27-hole Starr Pass Country Club. [... more » ]
"My game this week was getting up and down," said Niebrugge, who hails from Mequon, Wis. "I made a lot of putts and although distance is an advantage it really doesn't matter here." [... more » ]
"On my first 15 holes I was lights out with no bogeys, including three birdies," said Bernstein. "On No. 7 I hit my first shot six inches from the hole for a tap-in birdie. It was kind of my moment!" [... more » ]
Knox's string of winning started at the Robert Trent Jones Junior Championship at Carolina Trace Country Club in Sanford, NC. His confident play continues to build with each success. [... more » ]
The Gosling's Rum Dark 'n Stormy Tavern - located inside the MasterCard Club, an upscale, double-decker pavilion and golf-viewing venue along the 17th fairway - allows for mingling with friends and fellow fans. [... more » ]
I spent a part of my youth in the Delta of northern Mississippi. I’ve lived the majority of my life in Texas. But I’ve never been anywhere more country than Branson, Mo. This really is a trip back in time in so many ways. [... more » ]