Golf News for Monday, August 24, 2009
Visitors are required to use replica hickory clubs, hit gutta-percha balls molded from the sap of the sapodilla tree, and form tees from a mound of wet sand. Electric carts are unavailable — golfers walk. [... more » ]
Carter Plantation, a David Toms golf course and residential resort, offers a full day of championship golf in a country club atmosphere. The golf course is open to the public and operated with the player in mind. [... more » ]
"Graphite design is proud to launch the YSQ design in a 45 gram Ultralight that is superior in performance for golfers looking to hit the ball longer," said Tim Gillis, VP, sales & marketing, Graphite Design. [... more » ]
"It is always fun working with Paula on her Paula Creamer Collection," said John Whitney, Sundog Eyewear Director of Product Development. "But the Solheim Cup is such a wonderful and thrilling event." [... more » ]
"Our GX-II rangefinder has become number one on the PGA Tour because of its accuracy, especially as compared to GPS-style rangefinders," said Andy York, Leupold's vice president of sales and marketing. [... more » ]
"In 2010, we have added PowerPlay outsole features to our entire line, giving golfers a wider selection in the mid-level and opening price points," said Tom Elwell, Chief Executive Officer, Etonic Worldwide. [... more » ]
"Nutrition & Fitness are two of the fastest growing segments on and having our products available on one of the world's largest online retailers is very exciting for us," said Brett Stern, Co-Founder. [... more » ]
"We have presented a compelling case as to why golf should be added and we look forward to the IOC's final vote," said Ty Votaw, executive director of the International Golf Federation Olympic Golf Committee. [... more » ]
"After losing the playoff hole last week, I knew I needed to work on my irons this week and to become more cautious," said Herr, who won the playoff against his best golfing friend, Geoff Vartelas. [... more » ]
"It wasn't until I hit those three birdies on Nos. 10, 11 and 12 that I thought, 'wow I could win this thing'," said Levitt, of Laguna Niguel, Calif. Still, Levitt had to battle his way through a three-way sudden-death playoff. [... more » ]
In each episode of Swing Analysis, McLean examines the swing of a PGA TOUR golfer, LPGA golfer, Champions Tour golfer, or someone who has been making headlines in the game. [... more » ]
Not since the 1998 PGA Championship at Sahalee Country Club, won by Vijay Singh, has there been such a palpable buzz of anticipation about tournament golf in the Pacific Northwest. After spending two weeks exploring the Emerald city’s underrated golf scene, I better understand just how rare it is for such prestigious tournaments to come to town. [... more » ]
"We're taking a very active role in directing potential students / customers to SAM equipped locations in their geographic area," said Glen Coombe, new eastern USA representative for Science and Motion Sports. [... more » ]