Golf News for Wednesday, September 23, 2009
"Half Moon Bay Golf Links is honored to be ranked among the best golf resorts in North American by a magazine as highly-respected and widely-read as Golf Digest," said Mark Kendall, President of Kenmark Golf Management. [... more » ]
"Through revolutionary Dual Muscle Titanium Technology, we have succeeded in increasing forgiveness in a player preferred head shape," said Dick Lyons, VP and GM, Mizuno USA Golf Division. [... more » ]
"The GS95 design delivers the shot performance and consistency players expect from a steel shaft, while providing a feel that sets it apart from every other shaft," said Scott Hennessy, president of True Temper Sports. [... more » ]
"The courses offer high aesthetic and strategic values resulting in tremendous playability for all levels from higher handicapped amateurs to the professional level," said Billy Fuller, president of Billy Fuller Golf Design. [... more » ]
Camp Creek Golf Club - the award-winning Tom Fazio design developed by The St. Joe Company - will host the PGA Dixie Section Team Championship, and the Anchorage Children's Home Tournament. [... more » ]
"The changes will give the Scores a brand new feel and an opportunity to showcase our improvements to the golfing community at The Open Championship next year," said Eric Brown, the Scores' new general manager. [... more » ]
It is now possible to 3D model the greens with high accuracy and in high definition. The laser scanner captures all the subtle undulations and character of the green's playing surface. [... more » ]
"Nacabi brings the capital, knowledge and experience to take the Tehama brand to new levels within the golf, resort and mainstream retail markets," said Nancy Haley, Vice Chair of the Advisory Committee. [... more » ]
A two-hour rain delay to start the morning couldn't stop Dallas Baptist University from catching first-round leader St. Edwards University and eventually winning The Territory Classic in a one-hole playoff. [... more » ]
I’ve never been one of those golfers who carries a wet towel to the green. My putting has never been that exact. If there’s mud or sand on the ball, I just rub it off on the green (or my sock) and get on with my three-putting. But I’ve changed my ways. I’m a convert. [... more » ]
Dr. Jensen argued that prescribing to the "new rules" of golf would prove beneficial to a lifetime of improvement. By understanding the essentials of a good swing, and realizing why your swing isn't working, you create a solid foundation upon which to build a better golf game. [... more » ]