Golf News for Monday, September 21, 2009
Now celebrating its 18th anniversary, the Wendy’s 3-Tour Challenge, benefiting adoption, is the only professional golf tournament that pits three players from the PGA, LPGA and Champions Tours against each other in a head-to-head competition for tour bragging rights and a share of the $1 million dollar purse. [... more » ]
"The countdown to the 2010 Ryder Cup now starts in earnest, and the 'Year to Go' exhibition match and Gala Dinner should help build that excitement even further," said European captain Colin Montgomerie. [... more » ]
Gardner's aim, through his speaking engagements and media projects, is to help others achieve their full potential. His practical guidance and inspiring story promise to make for a dynamic message. [... more » ]
In 1996, Jantzen was in contention at both the U.S. Open and PGA Championship before finishing in the top-10 in both events. He finished fourth at the 1997 PGA Championship. [... more » ]
The dean of the National University Golf Academy in Carlsbad, Calif., talks about using movie-making techniques to improve your swing. PGA Hall of Fame member Gary Wiren's four tips for getting out of the green-side rough. Kiel Christianson on the relationship between golf and charity. And Brandon Tucker talks about golf in northern Michigan. [... more » ]
"With the new Pinnacle Dimension, we reinforce our commitment to long distance and superior quality," said George Sine, Vice President Golf Ball Marketing and Strategic Planning, Acushnet Company. [... more » ]
"The unique thing about the Tin Cup is that it allows golfers to personalize their own golf ball and it also makes it very easy to identify the ball out on the golf course," said Cabell Fooshe, Tin Cup Products company spokesman. [... more » ]
MCB has a full complement of features - two of the most noteworthy being a bottom molded specifically to fit securely over the Micro Cart's lower bag rest to minimize bag movement, and the newly designed 15-way top. [... more » ]
"Having the honor to host this event is a true testament to the commitment we have made to provide a world-class golf experience," said Alan Campey, managing director of CordeValle. [... more » ]
"We wanted to give the consumer the opportunity to be able to buy branded Antigua apparel directly in an online shopping environment," said Antigua President Ron McPherson. [... more » ]
"Rickie is also among the most likeable young men that I have been around and he will be a great ambassador for the Titleist brand," said Wally Uihlein, Chairman and CEO, Acushnet Company. [... more » ]
"It is quite an honor to have won the Gulf States Section championship," said Phil Schmitt, GM of Carter Plantation. "The win is extra special as it allows me to qualify to play in the 2010 Zurich Classic." [... more » ]
"I am very excited that Matt has decided to join the Sport Haley and Ben Hogan management team," said Donald W. Jewell, President and CEO. He's a very welcome addition to our team." [... more » ]
Ceplo will take over hosting duties in January and continue through the end of the year. As host, he will provide additional insight and information about the monthy featured case study from EDGE. [... more » ]
The test of a good golf course design is if you took away the natural scenery, which is what you almost always get in Hawaii, would it still be a good golf course? In the case of the Kings’ Course at the Waikoloa Beach Resort on the Big Island of Hawaii, the answer is yes. [... more » ]
And the many businesses off Highway 17 Bypass that have opened in recent years seem to have caused the downtown Myrtle Beach area, within a sniff of the beach, to lose its charm. It sounds like downtown is on the verge of a rebirth, beginning with this boardwalk, slated to open by next summer. So, get ready for a proper boardwalk in Myrtle Beach, it’s long overdue. [... more » ]