Golf News for Friday, September 11, 2009
"I am so incredibly proud of what The PGA of America and PGA Village have accomplished to bring awareness and honor to the brave men and women who have served so honorably in our United States Military," said Bob Baldassari, PGA general manager for PGA Village. [... more » ]
"It was an honor to play with Prince Andrew," Tenniel Chu said. "Like Mission Hills, he is devoted to growing golf around the globe. We're excited to be associated with his prestigious tournament." [... more » ]
Steve Cohen, president of the Shivas Irons Society: "Linda's golf landscapes have been acknowledged as masterworks by collectors and clubs around the world. This is an important step for us toward creating an online gallery of fine art and photography that will represent our long-held intention to be a vehicle for all of the creative arts inspired by the game of golf." [... more » ]
"At a time when businesses are scrutinizing expenditures, the ICS-entegra Program affords clubs up to 10-12 percent savings on entegra contracted products on front-end purchase reductions," says Jim Sartain, CEO of ICS. "Buffalo's work will showcase how more than 1,000 golf clubs and resorts currently utilizing entegra are profiting." [... more » ]
"The Corporate Links Club is a value-driven program designed to provide corporations with unprecedented, affordable access to championship, ocean-front golf, a destination Ritz-Carlton hotel and red carpet, VIP-level service," says Mark Kendall, President of Kenmark Golf Management. [... more » ]
"Congratulations to the winner of the CN Canadian Women's Open on her first victory of 2009," said Mr. Kenzo Imamura, President, COO, Graphite Design. "Our Tour AD shafts have always been a popular choice for LPGA Tour Players and we are pleased that so many of the top finishers have chosen to play with our shafts." [... more » ]
Penley Research & Development (PRD) announces Mark Gerent as Tour Representative to ensure that Penley's high quality shafts are available for playing professionals to test and play on Tour. [... more » ]
Since opening in 2008, The Prem Golf and Tennis Academies have offered the only camps in Northern Thailand designed and dedicated to golf and tennis instruction - one place for young athletes to refine their game. [... more » ]
The Glens Golf Group, located along the Grand Strand of Myrtle Beach, S.C. is offering golfers the chance to play free with the purchase of at least three rounds of golf at any of their award-winning golf courses. Golfers who book and play three or more courses during morning hours can receive a free 18-hole replay in the afternoon for each round purchased. [... more » ]
"Our 2009 award winners reflect the best of our Association," said PGA of America President Jim Remy. "The recipients have each left an impact upon the game long before they were designated for this past year's accomplishments."a [... more » ]
I have one word for the PGA Tour to help them spice up the FedEx Cup - Morganna the Kissing Bandit. Ok, four words. It’s Morganna, she just can’t fit into a one-word description. You get Morganna out of retirement, have her run on the course and kiss Stricker. Bam, ratings through the roof. [... more » ]
One of the Rocky Mountain West’s most prolific modern golf course architects, Jim Engh, serves up two northern Michigan golf designs, and both are welcomed additions in the past decade to the state’s already rich golf scene here: Tullymore Golf Club and True North Golf Club. [... more » ]